In 2018, the City of Courtenay and Town of Comox approved a Mothers Against Drunk Driving road sign initiative, urging motorists to report impaired drivers. Photo by Scott Strasser

MADD Comox Valley holding volunteer drive

Now established in the Valley, Mothers Against Drunk Driving Comox Valley is working to stop impaired driving and support victims of this violent crime – and is inviting those who are interested in volunteering to a volunteer drive early next month.

On Nov. 4 from 6-8 p.m at the Comox Valley Health Unit at 961 England Ave. in Courtenay, anyone who is interested in more information about MADD or volunteering in any capacity is invited to the community volunteer drive.

Volunteers and board members will be available to offer more information about MADD’s services, volunteer positions, community engagement and upcoming fundraising events.

Volunteer opportunities range from one-time commitments for events or presentations, to board positions and working with victims.

Each year, MADD Canada offers services to 20,000 victims and survivors of impaired driving across Canada, and is looking to expand the organization within the Comox Valley.

For more information, contact Leslie Wells, MADD Comox Valley president at


About MADD Canada

MADD Canada (Mothers Against Drunk Driving) is a national, charitable organization that is committed to stopping impaired driving and supporting the victims of this violent crime.

With volunteer-driven groups in more than 100 communities across Canada, MADD Canada aims to offer support services to victims, heighten awareness of the dangers of impaired driving and save lives and prevent injuries on our roads. For more information, visit

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