Annual Report 2016




Dear Friends of MADD,

As Mothers Against Drunk Driving® (MADD) continued its quest to end drunk driving, help fight drugged driving, support the victims of these violent crimes and prevent underage drinking, I’m pleased to report that in 2016 we moved our mission forward. Furthermore, we are grateful to you for helping us get there.

Hon. David Strickland, Esq.

Chairman of the Board Steven Benvenisti, Esq. Vice Chair Barbara Brodt Secretary Mahesh Shetty Treasurer Brad Bulla Robert “Skip” Carter Heather Geronemus Tara Kelley-Baker, Ph.D. Mary Klotzbach, M.S.N., R.N., A.C.M., C.C.M, Arkie Koehl Christopher Mann, Esq. Anne Taylor McCartt, Ph.D. Ron Medford Madalene Milano Col. Ron Replogle, Ret. Walter Rooney, M.D. Joseph Sikes Monica Vandehei

Here are just some of the year’s mission achievements:

• Three more states — Maryland, Rhode Island and Vermont — and the District of Columbia passed all-offender ignition interlock laws, bringing the total number of states to 28, plus D.C. • MADD and its team of dedicated volunteers served a victim of drunk or drugged driving every 14 minutes and compassionately provided a supportive service every three minutes. • The state of Virginia announced an exciting plan to invest $5.1 million to advance the development and deployment of the Driver Alcohol Detection System for Safety (DADSS). • MADD equipped nearly 19,000 parents and 146,000 teens with the tools they needed to prevent the dangers of underage drinking through its Power of Parents ® and Power of You(th) ® programs. The pages that follow will tell you more about the positive impact MADD accomplished this year. Together with our volunteers and staff, our generous donors, our partners in law enforcement, the justice system, legislature, our schools and you, we will continue to protect our roads, protect innocent families and create a future with No More Victims®.

Thank you for helping us save lives and serve people.

With gratitude,

Hon. David Strickland, Esq. Chairman of the Board

Debbie Weir Chief Executive Officer

Colleen Sheehey-Church National President








Ending Drunk Driving MADD’s Campaign to Eliminate Drunk Driving ® celebrated its 10 th Anniversary in 2016. We are pleased that the Campaign’s support for high-visibility law enforcement, including sobriety checkpoints, advocacy for ignition interlock laws for all drunk driving offenders, and our pledge to push for the development of advanced vehicle technology, including the Driver Alcohol Detection System for Safety (DADSS), produced new lifesaving laws and renewed our commitment to eliminating drunk driving across our nation. In Maryland, our relentless battle to pass an all-offender bill finally paid off in April, when the General Assembly unanimously passed “Noah’s Law,” named for Officer Noah Leotta, who was killed by a repeat drunk driver while on DUI patrol in December 2015. Two additional states — Rhode Island and Vermont — and the District of Columbia also passed all-offender ignition interlock laws, bringing the total number of states to 28 plus D.C. California, Georgia, Pennsylvania and Ohio took significant steps toward increasing its ignition interlock use among first offenders. For the first time in Georgia, first offenders have the option to choose an ignition interlock or restricted driving privileges for 12 months. In California, the legislature passed an ignition interlock law that offers a strong incentive to use an ignition interlock instead of restricted driving privileges. Pennsylvania also passed a robust law that will require ignition interlocks for all offenders with a .10 blood alcohol concentration (BAC) or higher. At the end of 2016, the Ohio Legislature passed “Annie’s Law,” named for Annie Rooney, who was killed by a repeat drunk driver in July 2013. Annie’s Law gives first offenders the option to use an ignition interlock during their license suspension period. Other legislative successes included an improved ignition interlock law in Tennessee and “Tyler Head’s Law,” creating memorial signs for loved ones who have been killed by impaired drivers. Mississippi also passed an improved interlock law, and Kentucky extended the look back period for prior drunk driving offenses to 10 years. MADD continued to support DADSS funding for research and development of a passive, in-vehicle alcohol detection technology to stop drunk drivers from operating a vehicle. We worked diligently to include language in the annual transportation appropriations bill to fully fund this program and to encourage the federal government to expedite

Perseverance is a great element of success. If you only knock long enough and loud enough at the gate, you are sure to wake up somebody.

-Henry Wadsworth Longfellow

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the project. Late in 2016, the state of Virginia announced an exciting plan to invest $5.1 million to advance the development and deployment of DADSS. MADD National President Colleen Sheehey-Church also joined the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) in September to announce new federal guidelines for autonomous vehicle technology. Autonomous technology — when fully driverless — will stop impaired driving and save lives. We recognize that law enforcement is our first line of defense, and we stand with our law enforcement heroes who are on road patrol and at sobriety checkpoints as they put their own safety on the line to protect the public. NHTSA’s “Drive Sober or Get Pulled Over” campaigns provide critical resources to police departments, and MADD showed its support by strongly advocating for and participating in these efforts in 2016. As we move forward into our second decade with MADD’s Campaign to Eliminate Drunk Driving , we remain laser-focused on the blueprint that will end drunk driving — high-visibility law enforcement, ignition interlocks for all offenders, advanced vehicle technology and public support for all of these proven initiatives. Death Notification Training for First Responders Informing someone that a drunk driver has killed a loved one requires special skills and a compassionate heart. For nearly 30 years, MADD has been teaching first responders highly-specialized Death Notification Training. As a victim services organization, we offer this unique training to equip first responders with the proper tools to handle the difficult task of telling a person their loved one was killed, in a sensitive and supportive way. In 2016, MADD conducted nine trainings throughout the country, allowing us to train more than 400 first responders. MADD is grateful to all first responders for the work they continue to do. Court Monitoring MADD’s Court Monitoring program grew in 2016, as more than 8,000 new cases were entered into MADD’s National Court Monitoring Database by court monitoring staff and volunteers. Many more volunteers served in this program in various roles as well. We empowered them through quarterly training calls to better understand the differences in judiciary structures and sentencing rules from state to state. By the end of 2016, more than 56,000 cases were entered or imported into the national database due to funding provided by the NHTSA in 2015. This allowed ample opportunity to observe DUI proceedings in the judicial system, nationally and at the state and local levels. Program Updates

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Fighting Drugged Driving Victim Impact Panels (VIP) In 2016, the refresh of MADD Victim Impact Panels was completed and piloted in five locations. Staff in these locations completed the training, trained their volunteers, implemented the entire program, and provided constructive feedback for any improvements needed in the program. We are pleased to announce that MADD’s refreshed VIP program and the trainings that coincide will be presented to all staff and volunteers across the country in 2017. Additionally in 2016, the majority of MADD’s offices implemented an online class reservation system that allows individuals to pay their VIP fees online using credit cards. The updated technology has made access to our program easier and more efficient for users. In 2015, MADD expanded its mission to include the fight against drugged driving, which provided opportunities to showcase its efforts throughout 2016. MADD National President Colleen Sheehey-Church spoke passionately about the need for more data and research needed on drugged driving and for more support to law enforcement in their efforts to arrest drugged drivers. At dozens of events and appearances, including Lifesavers, the nation’s largest traffic safety conference to the International Association of Chiefs of Police Drug Recognition Expert Conference in Colorado, where recreational marijuana is legal, Sheehey- Church reminded audiences that law enforcement officers remain our first line of defense again drunk and drugged drivers. This year there was also significant media coverage about the emerging traffic safety issue of drugged driving including quotes from MADD leaders. USA Today reported that although the annual number of fatal vehicle crashes in the U.S. has trended down in recent years, the number involving positive drug tests has increased. And the Chicago Tribune explained the challenges that come with proving, scientifically, drug- impaired driving without trained drug recognition experts. To all audiences, MADD’s messages were loud and clear: drugged driving is a 100 percent preventable choice, just like drunk driving, and MADD is here to support victims and law enforcement.

Someone’s deadly choice of impaired driving killed my 18-year-old son, so I am utterly grateful to law enforcement officers for risking their lives every day to get these criminals off our roads! -Colleen Sheehey-Church

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Maryland Governor Larry Hogan signed SB 945, “Noah’s Law,” into law on May 19, 2016 with Noah’s family, fellow officers and MADD staff present.

Perseverance Pays Off

When Maryland resident and former MADD National President Jan Withers completed her term in December 2015, she focused her passion once again on passing an all-offender ignition interlock bill in her home state. She and others had already been working toward this goal for nearly eight years.

“No matter what we did, no matter how hard we worked, we could not get the bill passed,” Jan admits.

Then, in December 2015, Officer Noah Leotta was struck and killed by a repeat drunk driver as he walked back to his vehicle after stopping a suspected drunk driver.

“This egregious act caused the whole state to come out to help,” she says.

“Noah’s parents Rich and Marcia were relentless, with Rich constantly in front of the press. All of MADD came out to help, with the charge being led by Chuck Hurley, former MADD CEO and Lisa Spicknall, state program director. The entire Maryland police force showed up and held press conferences. They brought officers who had been injured by drunk drivers while on duty and many other victims.”

Finally, at the end of the 2016 legislative session, the Maryland General Assembly unanimously passed “Noah’s Law.” The bill went into effect on October 1, 2016. “Noah’s Law is one of the strongest bills requiring interlocks for all first-time offenders in the country, and we are very proud of this,” Jan says.

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Providing Victim Services

Forgiveness has nothing to do with absolving a criminal of his crime. It has everything to do with relieving oneself of the burden of being a victim—letting go of the pain and transforming oneself from victim to survivor.

Victims Served This year, MADD and its team of dedicated volunteers, passionately served a victim or survivor of drunk driving, drugged driving or underage drinking every 14 minutes and provided a supportive service every three minutes. The many services we provide, which increased by nearly 10 percent in 2016, are available free of charge to all who need them. We provide grief- stricken victims the healing balm they seek through emotional support. We also provide criminal and civil justice advocacy, as well as helpful information about the criminal justice system. Other MADD victim-related materials and referrals to community resources that help them cope with the after effects of drunk and drugged driving are also available, free of charge. 24-Hour Victim Help Line In 2016, MADD’s 24-Hour Victim Help Line, 1-877-MADD-HELP, provided an emotional lifeline to more than 3,100 people who didn’t know where else to turn. We were also delighted to add five additional volunteers who generously donate their time to answer calls on nights and weekends, even on holidays, so that the Help Line is staffed 24 hours a day, seven days a week, 365 days a year – when victims and survivors need us most. Our patient and compassionate volunteers listen to their stories, offer a shoulder to lean on and provide the information they need about the criminal justice process, and much more. This year, MADD documented a 13 percent increase in the number of calls that came through the Victim Help Line and our staff and volunteers provided more than 5,100 individual supportive services to those in need. Private Facebook Group The MADD Victim Services private Facebook Group grew significantly in 2016 to 2,500 members, offering an avenue for many new victims to reach out to MADD for the first time. The MADD Facebook Group was created to give victims and survivors a supportive and safe online forum to connect, share and seek support, and to provide peer-support to others in need. Members often introduce themselves, share a photo of a loved one or of themselves and discuss how their crash has impacted their lives. We are pleased to report that participation among members has exceeded all expectations and in 2016 alone, we provided nearly 1,000 services to members of this group. MADD’s ultimate goal is to reach and serve every person impacted by drunk driving, drugged driving or underage drinking consequences. If you or someone you know needs help, call MADD’s 24-Hour Victim Help Line 1-877-MADD-HELP or live chat at . ®

-C.R. Strahan

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In addition to MADD Victim Services’ Facebook page, Nancy Ryan LaPoint (bottom left) found healing by participating in the annual Walk Like MADD® .

From Victim to Survivor

When Nancy Ryan LaPoint woke up in a Hartford, Connecticut hospital on May 19, 2014, she had no memory of the 39 days she had spent there. Nancy suffered a traumatic brain injury after a car crash caused by a drunk driver on April 11. The crash also left her with serious injuries throughout her body.

“I had pieces of metal in me,” Nancy says. “So when I left the hospital, I left with 16 different medications.”

When a MADD staff member suggested she join MADD’s private Victim Services Facebook page, she agreed. There she found the support and understanding she needed from others who had lived through similar experiences. “They understood the pain I was experiencing. They understand about all of the medications I was taking that were making me forget things.”

After some serious discussion with her new MADD Facebook friends, Nancy began to think that she might not need the medications. “The MADD group encouraged me to go ahead and do what I thought was right.”

After consulting with her doctors at the brain injury clinic and her primary physician, who agreed, over time, Nancy stopped taking the medications.

“The MADD Facebook group encouraged me to trust myself.”

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Preventing Underage Drinking Power of Parents®

It is easier to build strong children than repair broken men.

In 2016, MADD reached nearly 19,000 parents with the research-based Power of Parents ® program, our program for parents of high school and middle school students, which was developed in partnership with Pennsylvania State University’s Robert Turrisi, Ph.D. and nationally presented by Nationwide®.

-Frederick Douglas

Thanks to our partner, the National Alcohol and Beverage Control Association (NABCA), new tools

were developed to facilitate an ever greater reach for this lifesaving program. The first resource, a Power of Parents Pocket guide, simplified and reduced the larger parent handbook into a smaller, more cost-effective piece that can be more readily distributed in large quantities, plus five new topical brochures—Your Teen’s World, Talking About Alcohol, Parenting Styles, Making Good Choices, and a Discussion Checklist—were developed and will be made available in 2017. Power of You(th)® MADD continued to expand its Power of You(th) ® program in 2016, which empowered more than 146,000 teens to positively impact underage drinking prevention efforts among their friends and in their communities. This was made possible through the distribution of MADD’s research-based Power of You(th) teen booklet. The booklet now allows volunteers to deliver school presentations during October Activation as well as throughout the rest of the year. Expanded resources are also available through online toolkits for educators, community members, student leaders and School Resource Officers.

This year, MADD also launched its youth-focused microsite at , in conjunction with October Activation. The site, built based on feedback from teens, includes real-life stories and tips on how to navigate underage drinking peer pressure. On this interactive site, teens are also able to download Power of You(th) materials, pledge to say no to alcohol under 21, to never ride with a drinking driver, and encourage their friends to do the same.


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The 5 th annual PowerTalk 21 press conference featured pictures of young men killed by drinking drivers, as well as 101 chairs and graduation caps representing the 101 young people in Texas killed in alcohol-related crashes.


MADD with National Presenting Partner Nationwide® and National Supporting Partner GM Foundation®, hosted the 5 th anniversary of PowerTalk 21® on April 21 st at Dallas City Hall, and hosted more than 1,000 people on a Telephone Town Hall. The year’s focus was a sobering message from a new MADD and Nationwide survey. The results of the survey pointed to the importance of parents’ actions, in addition to their words, when influencing their children about never riding with a drinking driver. The study showed that 80 percent of parents have talked with their children about alcohol and the dangers of riding with a drinking driver, and also pointed to the fact that nearly half of parents surveyed (43 percent) said that in the past year they’ve consumed alcohol at dinner before driving their children home. Additionally, one in four parents admitted to riding with a drinking driver in the past year, and research from the Pennsylvania State University’s Department of Biobehavior Health found that children are more willing to ride with a drinking driver if their parents do.

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Kaelin Fontaine Emily Fontano Colin Forsythe Jonathon Fox

MADD’s Generous Donors


Bill Tran Michael Turner Donna Upshaw Spaider Valerio Sheryl Vallabhan John Van Doorn Thomas Van Thiel Tom Vande Guchte Andie Verts Jennifer Visconti Cindy Wagner Milton Waldbaum Mikiko Walker Shavon Walker Mark Walton Daniel Wanner Leonard Ware Blake Watson Jeffrey Webb Samantha Weeks Jian Wei Stanley Wexler Melissa White Bob & Kim Whitney Denise Williams Joyce Williams Lydia Williamson Greg Wilson Linda Windsor Caroline Witherspoon Fred Wolkoff Haley Wood Karen Wright Dennis Wright Xiaodong Wu Donald Yannell Edward Young Scott Young Michael Yraceburn David Zacharia Joe Zahara Gary Zecher Peter Zevenbergen

Pamela Sell Peter Sender Ronald Shackelford Jeremy Shapard Paul Shive Kathleen Silber Jaymie Simmons Jason Simon

Patricia Pochert Ron Pohndorf Suzie Price Jean Pritchard Winnie Pritchett Peter Purcell Grace Raymond S Rappaport Mohammed Razzak Carl Redfern Brandon Reed Cheryl Reed Lorraine Reina Deborah Rennels Christine Reseigh Russell Ressler V Rhyne D Richards Dianne Richardson Barbara Ridgely James Rill Richard Riney Richard Ripley Richard Roady Linda Roberts Luis Rodriguez Pamela Romanow Mary Romney Walter Rooney Morton Rosen David Rosenberg

Joseph McKee Ed McKinley Sara McKinney John McNamee Ashley Meena Beverly Michel Madalene Milano Colin Miller Ian Miller Ryan Miller Peter Minton Maria Montenegro Elizabeth Moore Keith Moore Ray Moore L Frederick Moose Jamie Moran Brennon Morioka Lawrence Morrell Brian Morris

Randall Simpson Charles Sinclair Krishna Singh Eric Sinns Ken & Linda Slavin Oliver Smithies John & Vicky Snowden Ruth Sokol John & Grace Soldoveri Scott Soliz Harold Spaeth Todd Spitzer

Mark St Pierre Carolyn Staats Florence Stanley Jerry Stanton Martha Starkey Peter Stathakis William Stead Vic Steuber Jennifer Stevens Frances Stevenson Caroline Stewart Sarina Stogel Richard Sullivan Anne Suplee Yvonne Swarthout Chris Swartz Charles Swezey

Jeffrey & Simona Morris Harold & Donna Morrison Art Morrow Joanna Munoz Paulette Munson Joseph Murphy Kathryn Nelson Joe Neuman Barbara Noble Rodolfo Novoa Acosta Daniel O’Connor Kenneth Ohrstrom

Brandon Ross Frank Rosselli Vickie Rosskam Alice Rowley Robert Russell Jack Saltz Lee Samia Steven Sanabria

Tiffany O’Rourke Antonio Ortega Nikki O’Shea Hilvie Ostrow Hannah Owens Cheri Owings

Steve Sydow Ralph Tasaka David Taylor Gregory Taylor Nancy Taylor Gary Teragawa William & Joyce Thibodeaux James Thomas

Miguel Oscar Pabon Raymond Padmore

Mike & Anna Scafani Maria Scafani-Gomez

Walter Page Frank Parillo

George Schaaf Linda Schector Walter Schell

Michelle Parrish Cathy Patterson Jason Pattillo Theresa Paulette

Thomas Schelling Sanford Schenbart Doug Schmaltz Bob Schmitz Matthew Schrock Chuck Schumer Ed Scott Carole Sears Ann Seiberlich

Jason Thompson Geneva Thorndike

Thomas Peil Moises Perez Doris Perrault-Guion

Barbara Tice Lyn Tomioka Harry Tormey Karl Toussaint Donald Tracy Mark Trager

George Perrett Penelope Pestle Deloris Petty Robert Pickard

MADD’s Generous Donors


Financial Highlights

Year ended December 31, 2016 ($ in millions)


$ 3,420 12,157 1,792 2,019 703 21 544 $ 20,656

Cash and cash equivalents Investments, at market value Receivables, net Contributions receivable, net Prepaid expenses and other Literature and supplies Property and equipment, net Liabilities and Net Assets Accounts payable Accrued liabilities Deferred revenue & rent Total Liabilities Net Assets Total Liabilites and Net Assets Total Assets

$ 2 2,199 1,043 3,244

17,412 $ 20,656

14% Fundraising Services Provided

38% Campaign to Eliminate Drunk Driving®

75% 75% of all funds raised go to MADD’s mission to create a future of No More Victims®

12% Management

7% Underage Drinking Prevention

29% Victim Services

2016 Audited Financial Statements



Temporarily Restricted

Permanently Restricted

2016 Total

Revenues Individual contributions and net special events Corporations and foundations Government In-kind Victim impact panel fees Licenses, promotions and other

$ 10,691 3,065 8,165 2,260 6,932 2,127 33,240 2,142 $ 35,382

$ 10,691 4,582 8,165 2,260 6,932 2,127 34,757 0 34,757

$ 1,517


1,517 (2,142) (625)

Net assets released from restrictions


Total Revenues


13,922 10,572 2,453 4,223 4,994 36,164

13,922 10,572 2,453 4,223 4,994 36,164

Campaign to Eliminate Drunk Driving Victim Services Underage Drinking Prevention Management and general Fundraising



Total Expenses



Provision for Income Taxes

0 10 $ 10

(625) 3,319 $ 2,694

(804) 15,512 $ 14,708

(1,429) 18,841 $ 17,412

Change in net assets Net assets at beginning of year Net assets at end of year

Public Support & Revenue

Government, Corporate, Foundations and In-kind


Victim Impact Panel Fees and Other


Individual contributions and Net Special Events


2016 Audited Financial Statements

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