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PADD now has campaigns in The United States, Canada and Europe. With your support we can eliminate distracted driving injuries and deaths throughout the world. Every donation, even $1.00, can help save lives around the world. PADD thanks all those who have donated and supported us as we continue to make a difference. Distracted driving does not discriminate, please don't wait until it knocks on your door.
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Long after a crash, survivors still feel the impact. PADD Victim Services provides emotional support and assistance with medical and legal struggles that follow a distracted driving crash.
If you or a loved one has been affected by a distracted or inattentive driving crash, PADD is here to help. We have victim advocates nationwide who can help bereaved families and injured victims/survivors by:
- Providing emotional support
- Providing advocacy in the criminal and civil justice systems
- Accompanying victims/survivors to court
- Assisting in preparing a victim impact statement
- Referring victims/survivors to appropriate resources for additional help
- Offering support groups in many areas
- Connecting victims/survivors who share similar experiences
- Providing supportive materials on victimization topics
If you would like to help PADD in our National Campaign please contact us HERE
Walk With PADD® Forms
Please download these forms as needed, you may print them and email them to PADD's main office or you can bring them with you to the walk.
Please read the walk waiver. If you do not register online please bring this with you. All participants must sign a waiver. All walkers under 18 must have their parents sign the waiver and bring it with them. We will have plenty on hand at the walk for all to sign. Thank you!
|TJ Therrien (The Phone Box Movement)||700.00|
|Cassandra N. Ranken||5.00|
|Marilyn Buckley O'Donoghue||100.00|
We encourage you to browse through the list of valuable resources below, where you can learn more about the impact and effects of distracted driving.
If you'd like to suggest any other links that would work as great additions to this list, we welcome you to contact us.
- Distraction.gov - The official US government website regarding distracted driving.
- CDC on Distracted Driving - Centers for Disease Control and Prevention's provision of data and statistics regarding distracted driving.
- National Safety Council on Distracted Driving - A section on the National Safety Council's site devoted to a wealth of information, including links to research articles, statistics, and specific state cell phone laws.
- Insurance Institute for Highway Safety - A breakdown of the nation's state-specific cellphone laws.
- Brain Injury Alliance of New Jersey-The Brain Injury Alliance of New Jersey (BIANJ) is a statewide nonprofit organization dedicated to improving quality of life after brain injury, and offering the promise of a better tomorrow.