Katie & Josie Asmussen
22 months old & 4 years old
Killed 9-5-1981

Many opportunities exist for individual and group volunteers, as well as corporate partnerships. Employees who volunteer with MADD will get the satisfaction of being a part of the drunk driving solution by working hands-on to accomplish tasks that will ultimately save lives.

YOUR children, spouse, or friend may also become a victim unless you act.

I’m MADD too! Please enlist me in the fight against drunk driving and underage drinking.

Here’s what YOU can do:
1. Join: Place membership in the Okaloosa-Walton Chapter (or the one nearest to your home) by filling out the membership application. The MADD OW Chapter meets at 7:00 p.m. on the first Thursday of every month at the Trinity Lutheran Church on Highway 98 in Fort Walton Beach.  Contact Amy Jamieson at 850.796.0300 for more details.

  1. Support: Show your support for local law enforcement, and monitor the court system to ensure offenders are punished to the full extent of the law.
  2. Advocate: Push for enforcement of the existing laws, and for your government representatives to enact new laws related to drunken driving.
  3. Volunteer: Your time and skills to your local MADD chapter. They are ALWAYS happy to have the help! Something as simple as a phone call to encourage a victim or family member on a bad day can go a long way to aid in their healing.
  4. Designated Drivers: Encourage your friends and family members and your favorite establishments to participate in “Designated Drivers” programs. Encourage young people to get involved in MADD’s Youth in Action initiatives.
  5. Get Active: Participate in local and national MADD activities such as Designate a Driver and National Sobriety Checkpoint Week.
  6. Donate Money: Click here for the MADD Donation Form. Please fill out the form and return to the MADD Okaloosa/Walton chapter at the following address:

MADD Okaloosa/Walton Chapter
211 Chateaugay Street NW
Fort Walton Beach, FL 32548

8.Corporate Recognition: By lending a helping hand to the local MADD entity, your organization will be recognized as a good corporate citizen who cares about the safety of its customers and the community in which you are located.