Please contact us for special pamphlets on grief as relates to drink driving deaths or injuries for adults, children, friends, or grandparents.
SADD relies on the support from the public. We welcome support of any kind, be it financial, volunteering, or fundraising.
1714 people have died on South African roads this past festive season. This is a 5% increase from 2015. #BeOutragedByRoadCarnage
SADD asks every one to get involved to demand safer roads,and fight with us to demand the Governement takes urgent and appropriate action now. #DownWith RoadCarnage
There should be a month of mourning for these people,and an inquiry into the competence of our transport department to deal with the crisis.
Please read our summary here
Are you ready to be a #ZeroHero (have no alcohol or sugar)for AlcoFreeFeb™ this year?
Our annual February campaign is here and we hope that you will join us this year,to raise funds for victims and to advocate for safer roads. This year we have two options #AlcoFreeFeb (give up alcohol) and #SugarFreeFeb (give up sugar).
Stand a chance to win a bottle of non-alcoholic Zari bubbly,or the wonderful #SugarFree KishMish products by simply participating and encouraging others to take part as well!
Click here for more information
If you would like to sign up please follow this link http://www.alcofreefeb.co.za/sign-up
Please listen to Caro Smit's interview on CapeTalk FM hosted by Pippa Hudson
Support. Support. Support.
SADD runs various fund raising initiatives, currently we ask all MySchool subscribers to add South Africans Against Drunk Driving (SADD) as a beneficiary!
Our beneficiary name is SADD
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