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1 Road to a Safer Nation 1

2 Laying the Foundation for a Safer Future Dear Friends: 213 National Board of Directors Each and every day, Mothers Against Drunk Driving (MADD) is working to eliminate drunk driving from our roads, serve victims of drunk and drugged driving crashes and protect youth from the dangers of underage drinking. These are the driving forces behind everything we do. Steven Benvenisti Thanks to the support of generous donors, volunteers, staff and community partners, in 213, MADD made great progress in these mission areas, laying a foundation for a safer future. Robert Carter Here are some of the year s major accomplishments: Tara KelleyBaker, Ph.D. Two more states Tennessee and Maine passed laws requiring all convicted drunk drivers to use an ignition interlock device. The Automotive Coalition for Traffic Safety and the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration extended their support of the Driver Alcohol Detection System for Safety (DADSS). As part of MADD s Power of Parents program, MADD held it s third annual PowerTalk 21 day, and our Power of You(th) program empowered nearly 7, teens to say no to alcohol. More than 51, drunk and drugged driving victims were provided a lifeline to cope with the devastating impact of impaired driving crashes. MADD Victim Services began refreshing and updating all victim services materials. More than 1 new Victim Advocates were trained and began serving those in need. In 213, MADD took significant steps toward creating a safer nation. I invite you to read the pages that follow to learn more about how MADD continues its work to save lives and prevent injuries. We never forget that this work is possible because of you. Thank you. Brad Bulla Sally Ganem Mary Klotzbach, Vice Chairman of the Board Frank Margourilos Ronald Medford Kathryn Nelson Courtney Popp, Secretary Paul V. Romero Colleen Sheehey Mahesh Shetty Brian A. Ursino, Treasurer Monica Vandehei Nina Walker William L. Windsor, Chairman of the Board Jan Withers, National President Sincerely, William L. Windsor, Jr. Chairman of the Board Barbara Brodt THANKS TO THE SUPPORT OF GENEROUS DONORS, VOLUNTEERS, STAFF AND COMMUNITY PARTNERS, IN 213, MADD MADE GREAT PROGRESS IN ITS MISSION AREAS, LAYING A FOUNDATION FOR A SAFER FUTURE. Debbie Weir Chief Executive Officer Jan Withers President 2 3

3 Campaign to Eliminate Drunk Driving MADD s Campaign to Eliminate Drunk Driving is based on research and focuses on three important steps we can take today to stop drunk driving tomorrow: Support our heroes. Support highvisibility law enforcement efforts to catch drunk drivers and discourage others from driving drunk. Sober to start. Require ignition interlock devices, or incar breathalyzers, for all drunk drivers, to prove they are sober before their car will start. Secure the future. Support the development of technology to automatically determine if driver is above the legal limit of.8 and then stop a drunk driver from operating the vehicle. The Campaign to Eliminate Drunk Driving continued to make great progress in 213. Two states, Tennessee and Maine, passed laws requiring all convicted drunk drivers to use an ignition interlock device. This brought the total to 2 states that require convicted drunk drivers to use an ignition interlock. States with this type of lifesaving legislation, such as Arizona and Oregon, have reduced drunk driving fatalities by 43 and 42 percent, respectively. VICTIM TO VOLUNTEER IMPAIRED DRIVING CRASH INJURIES AND FATALITIES ARE PREVENTABLE. AS A NEW TROOPER WORKING THE NIGHT SHIFT FOR FIVE CONSECUTIVE YEARS, TO THE COLONEL OF ONE OF OUR NATION S STATE LAW ENFORCEMENT AGENCIES, AND NOW DIRECTOR OF THE OHIO DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC SAFETY, I HAVE WITNESSED MADD S STEADFAST COMMITMENT TO SAVING LIVES. SIMPLY STATED, THE SUCCESSFUL REDUCTION IN HIGHWAY TRAGEDIES IN THE UNITED STATES WAS MADE POSSIBLE BECAUSE OF THE WORK OF THE WOMEN AND MEN OF MADD. WHILE MADD S SUPPORT FOR LAW ENFORCEMENT IS UNPARALLELED, THE EQUAL REALITY IS MADD INSPIRES US TO PROTECT OUR NATION S ROADWAYS AS IF OUR OWN FAMILIES LIVES ARE AT STAKE. John Born, Director, Ohio Department of Public Safety Ignition Interlock Institutes MADD, in a cooperative agreement with NHTSA, executed three Ignition Interlock Institutes in 213, bringing together professionals from different states and various organizations and agencies who are involved with some component of their state s ignition interlock program. Participants included judges, prosecutors, probation officers, treatment officials, law enforcement officers, Department of Motor Vehicles officials, highway safety representatives, and representatives from NHTSA and MADD. The institutes promoted increased use of ignition interlocks in each participating state, identified improvements to strengthen interlock programs, and helped individuals within states create and strengthen partnerships to improve their systems and analyze deficiencies. As part of the agreement, MADD produced a 113 page report, Ignition Interlock Institutes: Promoting the Use of Interlocks and Improvements to Interlock Programs. The report is available through the NHTSA website at nhtsa.gov/impaired. Delanie Walker with his aunt and uncle IN TENNESSEE, MADD WAS PROUD TO WORK WITH TENNESSEE TITANS TIGHT END DELANIE WALKER TO ADVANCE LEGISLATION REQUIRING IGNITION INTERLOCKS FOR ALL CONVICTED DRUNK DRIVERS. DELANIE S AUNT AND UNCLE WERE TRAGICALLY KILLED BY A DRUNK DRIVER AFTER WATCHING THEIR NEPHEW PLAY IN SUPER BOWL XLVII AS A MEMBER OF THE SAN FRANCISCO 49ERS. AFTER JOINING THE TITANS, DELANIE HAS BECOME A VOCAL ADVOCATE FOR DRUNK DRIVING PREVENTION. Court Monitoring Court monitoring utilizes citizen oversight of the criminal justice system to create an environment of accountability. MADD sends trained volunteers and staff into courtrooms to observe and record the outcomes of drunk driving proceedings including arraignments, preliminary hearings, trials and sentencing. With regular attendance, a close review of court records and tracking offender sentencing and probation, court monitors can identify trends and inconsistencies within the adjudication process. To achieve its goals, the program also focuses on building strong, strategic alliances with law enforcement, judges, prosecutors and the defense bar. The Driver Alcohol Detection System for Safety, or DADSS, made great strides. The goal of DADSS is to create a passive, seamless, invehicle alcohol detection technology that would stop drunk drivers (.8 BAC or above) from operating a vehicle. MADD worked tirelessly in 212 to authorize more than $1 million for the project as part of the Congressional highway bill. These efforts spurred the Automotive Coalition for Traffic Safety and the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) to extend the cooperative research agreement for an additional five years. This means the DADSS program is now a 1year, $4plus million cooperative research program. Currently, MADD s Court Monitoring program is undergoing a national standardization during a threeyear agreement with NHTSA. In 213, the training guide was rewritten for staff and volunteers; in 214, an online training designed to supplement the training guide will be introduced; and in 215, a new national Court Monitoring database will be completed. MADD believes that by encouraging law enforcement to conduct high visibility sobriety checkpoints, passing all offender ignition interlock laws and developing advanced alcohol detection technology, we can eliminate drunk driving in America. Illinois Cook County law enforcement supporting MADD s Tie One On for Safety annual campaign. 4 5

4 IN 213, MADD SERVED MORE THAN 51, VICTIMS OF DRUNK AND DRUGGED DRIVING CRASHES. 6 7

5 Victim Services In 213, MADD served more than 51, victims of drunk and drugged driving crashes. That number translates to serving someone in need every 1 minutes. Life is forever changed after a drunk driving crash. Providing support to those impacted by this 1 percent preventable crime victims and survivors, loved ones and friends is a core part of MADD s mission. Here s what we do: Provide a lifeline. Help victims and survivors navigate the emotional, physical, mental and social aspects of their grief. Provide vital information. Guide victims and survivors through the criminal and civil justice systems and make referrals to community resources. Provide help day or night. The MADD Victim Services Help Line (877MADDHELP) is available 24 hours a day. Training MADD Victim Services grew in 213, hiring new Staff Victim Advocates and recruiting new Volunteer Victim Advocates. In fact, 1 new Victim Advocates were trained and began serving victims and survivors. Death Notification Training MADD Victim Services also provided expert trainings on how to deliver death notifications with compassion. MADD conducted several of these trainings in 213 for first responders, including law enforcement, EMTs and paramedics, chaplains, local fire departments and other Victim Advocates. These trainings provide first responders with a comprehensive understanding of the critical needs of bereaved crime victims upon learning of their loved ones deaths. Kentucky Bus Crash 25th Anniversary On May 14, 1988, a school bus carrying 67 people, nearly all children, was returning from a church youth group field trip. As they drove through Carroll County, KY, a drunk driver crashed into the bus headon. The fiery crash killed 27 people and injured 34 others making it the worst drunk driving crash in U.S. history. To honor those impacted by this devastating crash, MADD Victim Services collaborated with crash survivors, victims families and documentarians to hold a public memorial in connection with the 25th anniversary. Following the memorial event, MADD partnered with filmmakers for a screening of a documentary film, which tells some of the powerful stories of loss and healing through interviews with many of the crash survivors. In August, MADD Victim Advocates from across the nation gathered to learn how to expand and enhance support services to those victimized by substance impaired driving in nonurban communities and in Native American communities. The advocates learned about resources available in these communities and current trends and issues facing these groups. VICTIM TO VOLUNTEER A DONOR S WISH IN 26, WHEN A DRUNK DRIVER KILLED NEW JERSEY NATIVE ELIZABETH MCCANN S SON, DAVID, SHE BEGAN DONATING TO MADD. ELIZABETH SAYS THAT EDUCATING OUR YOUTH ABOUT THE DANGERS OF DRUNK DRIVING IS IMPORTANT TO HER. IN FACT, IT S SO IMPORTANT THAT EVEN IN THE MIDST OF RECOVERING FROM HURRICANE SANDY S ANGST WHICH KEPT HER OUT OF HER HOME FOR EIGHT WEEKS IN 212 ELIZABETH CONTINUED CONTRIBUTING TO MADD. David McCann Deacon Marcellino Morris Jr. FRANK MORRIS, OF THE NAVAJO NATION, LOST HIS BROTHER, DEACON MARCELLINO MORRIS JR., WHEN A DRUNK DRIVER KILLED HIM IN 211. LAST AUGUST, FRANK ATTENDED MADD S VICTIM ADVOCATE TRAINING INSTITUTE FOR NATIVE AMERICAN COMMUNITIES IN NEW MEXICO AND SHARED HIS BROTHER S STORY. SINCE THEN, FRANK HAS BEEN SPEAKING AT MADD VICTIM IMPACT PANELS. I DON T FEEL LIKE A VOLUNTEER, HE SAYS. I FEEL MORE LIKE A MESSENGER. FRANK SAYS THE TRAINING, WHICH FOCUSED ON SPECIFIC ISSUES AND CHALLENGES FACING NATIVE AMERICANS, WAS VERY HELPFUL. AS HE CONTINUES TO TELL HIS STORY, FRANK SAYS TALKING ABOUT HIS BROTHER S DEATH IS NOT ONLY INFLUENCING SOME OFFENDERS TO MAKE BETTER CHOICES, IT IS ALSO CONTRIBUTING TO HIS HEALING JOURNEY. Renewed Resources In an effort to evaluate and update Victim Services materials, MADD held focus groups with victims and survivors, local MADD Victim Advocates and first responders. As a result, MADD is refreshing and updating all Victim Services materials. The new materials will roll out in early 214, and will be available for print and also online at madd.org/help. Candlelight Vigils Across the country, MADD hosts numerous candlelight vigils throughout the year to honor victims of drunk and drugged driving. Most vigils are held in local communities, however, in 213, MADD also held three online vigils for those impacted by substance impaired driving crashes. The online tributes were held in connection with Crime Victims Rights Week, the Kentucky Bus Crash 25th Anniversary and the winter holidays. MADD s ultimate goal is to reach and serve every person affected by drunk or drugged driving. MADD s free services are available 24 hours a day, every day of the year. If you or someone you know needs help, call the MADD Victim Help Line at 877MADDHELP ( ) day or night. MADD VICTIM HELP LINE 877MADDHELP WE HELP SURVIVORS SURVIVE. 8 9

6 THROUGH POWER OF YOU(TH) MADD REACHED NEARLY 7, TEENS National Teen Influencer Group, from left to right: Sarah Haiken, Renee Brown, Cory Krakowsky, Christian Alvarez and Tom Balke National Teen Influencer Group, from left to right: Tucker Lehman, Austin Baltierra, Nikelle Kelly, William Banks and Melissa Stegner THROUGH POWER OF PARENTS MADD REACHED 1 PARENT EVERY 25 MINUTES. 1 11

7 Underage Drinking Prevention MADD knows protecting our youth from the dangers of alcohol begins with providing parents with the tools they need to communicate with their teens about alcohol. As a result, MADD continues to train its staff, as well as parents, law enforcement, MAKE A DIFFERENCE school leaders and community members, to implement the Power of Parents The risks associated with underage program, which drinking includes are sobering. Parental a researchbased influence is the most important factor in keeping your children safe. handbook for parents of teens, adapted from Dr. Robert Turrisi s handbook for college freshman. MADD also conducts 25minute parent workshops about the handbook in order to influence parenting behavior to help prevent underage drinking The risks and maintain 21 as the national minimum drinking age law. In 213, we increased our reach, getting the handbook A NATIONAL to DAY TO one START TALKING ABOUT parent Underage alcohol use kills more young ALCOHOL people than all illegal drugs combined. High school binge drinking is a major every 25 minutes, and equipping them with the critical tools to have potentially lifesaving conversations predictor of binge drinking in with college and their teens about later in life. More than 4 percent of individuals alcohol. who start drinking before the age of 13 will develop alcohol abuse or alcohol dependence at some point in their lives. High school students who use alcohol or other substances are fi ve times more likely than other NATIONAL PRESENTING SPONSOR MOTHERS AGAINST DRUNK DRIVING POWERFUL RESOURCES FOR TALKING WITH TEENS ABOUT ALCOHOL MADD also expanded the Power of You(th) program to empower nearly 7, teens with information and skills in the teen booklet to help them say no to alcohol and avoid riding in a car with someone who has been drinking, and to influence their peers to do the same. The second National Teen Influencer Group met monthly to provide insight on relevant ways to reach teens with our programs and message. The second Power of You(th) Video Contest also helped MADD creatively reach teens by asking them to create a short video about what their future could hold if they choose to not drink alcohol today. Finally, MADD began establishing state Teen Influencer Groups in Connecticut and Minnesota as a model for future statebased groups. The groups are intended to help plan and implement strategies to mobilize other teens to take a stand and work together in their schools and communities to reduce social and retail access to alcohol. NATIONAL PROGRAM PARTNERS students to drop out of school or to believe that In an effort to engage parents, youth and communities around underage drinking prevention during earning good grades a is time not important. of year when underage drinking is prevalent around prom, graduation and spring break MADD held its third annual PowerTalk 21 The solution: Parents day, a 74% of kids (817) said their parents are the leading infl uence on their decisions about national day to start talking about alcohol on April 21. On this day, MADD was joined by a growing drinking. group of national program madd.org/powerofparents Doing interventions as a family can reduce underage drinking and drunkenness by 36%. Irving, Texas 7562 partners, including the National Football League (NFL), Parent Teacher Association (PTA), American Association of School When parents and kids are better connected, 1877ASKMADD ( ) kids are less likely to drink or use other drugs. 212 Mothers Against Drunk Driving Administrators (AASA), National Association of Secondary School Principals (NASSP) and others. MADD also analyzed national data to reveal only a third of underage drinking related deaths are traffic related, so taking away the keys doesn t take away the risks when it comes to underage drinking. 511 E. John Carpenter Freeway, Suite 7 Additionally, since alcohol is the most commonly used drug by youth more than all illegal drugs combined MADD offices partnered with schools during Red Ribbon Week to encourage young people to live a drugfree life. The teen booklets were distributed to help teens take a stand against underage alcohol use, as well as MADD s Power of Parents researchbased handbook to equip parents to have potentially lifesaving conversations about alcohol with their kids. VICTIM TO VOLUNTEER Alexis and Tiffany Ryan UNFORTUNATELY, COUNTLESS PARENTS KNOW FIRSTHAND THAT DRUNK DRIVING ISN T THE ONLY DANGER ASSOCIATED WITH UNDERAGE DRINKING. TIFFANY RYAN S 17YEAROLD DAUGHTER, ALEXIS, DIED IN A FIRE AFTER DRINKING UNDERAGE. ALEXIS AND HER FRIENDS HAD BEEN DRINKING AT A FRIEND S HOUSE TO CELEBRATE HER 17TH BIRTHDAY, THEN A FIRE BROKE OUT WHILE THEY WERE SLEEPING AND ONLY THREE PEOPLE WERE ABLE TO ESCAPE. NOW, TIFFANY SHARES HER STORY WITH OTHERS THROUGH MADD IN AN EFFORT TO HELP PREVENT OTHER PARENTS FROM THE DEVASTATING CONSEQUENCES OF UNDERAGE DRINKING

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9 213 Financial Highlights THE MISSION OF Year ended December 31, 213 Assets Cash and cash equivalents Investments, at market value Receivables, net Contributions receivable, net Prepaid expenses and other Literature and supplies Property and equipment, net Total Assets Liabilities and net assets Accounts payable Accrued liabilities Deferred revenue & rent Total Liabilities Net Assets Net Assets at end of year 213 ($ in millions) $ 7,816 12,375 2, $ 23,968 $ 14 1, ,137 21,831 $ 23,968 Year ended December 31, 213 Revenues Individual contributions and net special events Corporate and foundations Government Inkind Victim impact panel fees Licenses, promotions and other Net assets released from restrictions Total Revenues Expenses Campaign to Eliminate Drunk Driving Victim Services Underage Drinking Prevention Managemet and general Fundraising Total expenses Unrestricted $ 12,31 2,997 8,565 2,481 6,13 2,863 35,337 1,167 36,54 12,495 1,367 3,69 3,811 6,323 36,65 Temporarily Restricted $ (1,167) (698) Permanently Restricted $ Services Provided Campaign to Eliminate Drunk Driving Victim Services Underage Drinking Prevention Management and General Fundraising Public Support Revenue Individual contributions and net special events Victim impact panel fees, licenses & other Government grants, corporations, fundraising & inkind 213 Total ($ in the millions) $ 12,38 3,459 8,565 2,481 6,13 2,863 35,86 35, ,495 1,367 3,69 3,811 6,323 36,65 IS TO STOP DRUNK DRIVING, SUPPORT THE VICTIMS OF THIS VIOLENT CRIME AND PREVENT UNDERAGE DRINKING. 1 Provisions for Income Taxes (157) Services Provided (157) 213 Campaign to Eliminate Drunk Driving 34 Charge in net assets Net assets at beginning of year Net assets at end of year (258) 21,114 $ 2,856 (698) 1,663 $ $ 1 Victim Services Underage Drinking Prevention Management and General Fundraising (956) 22,787 $ 21,831 Public Support Revenue Individual contributions and net special events Victim impact panel fees, licenses & other Government grants, corporations, fundraising & inkind 41 1 Public Support Revenue Individual contributions and net special events Victim impact panel fees, licenses & other Government grants, corporations, fundraising & inkind Services Provided Campaign to Eliminate Drunk Driving Victim Services Underage Drinking Prevention Management and General Fundraising % 25 % 41 % 1 % 34 % 28 % 1 % 1 % 17 % 1 % CONTACT MADD MADD National Office 511 E. John Carpenter Freeway Suite 7 Irving, TX ASK.MADD ( ) 24/7 Help Line: 877.MADD.HELP Fax: /7 madd.org 16 17

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