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Teens Against Drunk Driving Company Profile

MISSION: To develop responsible adults, beginning at the Junior High level, using progressive and educational methods. The continued, direct result of our educational efforts, is the preservation of innocent lives. OBJECTIVE: The eradication of the preventable, violent act of drunk, distracted and destructive driving. "Together, our combined efforts and resources, can and will reach many teens. Together we will save lives, while developing smarter and more responsible adults. Our combined efforts will also help the victims of these senseless, preventable acts of violence. Sharing the stage does not lessen the illumination of our candle, it broadens horizons and understanding through collaborative efforts; hopefully to greater opportunities for the communities we serve. We desperately need to educate our children about the responsibilities of driving... long before they get behind the wheel!" -- William Michael Piecuch, Jr., Founder and President of T.A.D.D.

News from Teens Against Drunk Driving:

MADD Founder Candace Lightner Partners with Teens Against Drunk Driving (T.A.D.D.) to Promote We Save Lives Responsible Driving Initiative

LA GRANGE, Ill., Sept. 18, 2013 /PRNewswire/ — Candace Lightner discovered an article in a Florida periodical in July 2013, covering Teens Against Drunk Driving's Victim Impact Fund, and decided to call Mr. Piecuch, the Founder and President of T.A.D.D., for more information on T…

Teens Against Drunk Driving Creates New Victim Impact Fund to Provide Vehicles, Money and Support to Survivors of Drunk Driving Incidents

OAK BROOK, Ill., June 25, 2013 /PRNewswire/ — Teens Against Drunk Driving's national victim program is a relatively new addition to the charity's fight to make the streets safer for everyone.  The program is a huge success, already helping hundreds of families attempt to regain a s…