SOUTH AFRICANS AGAINST DRUNK DRIVING is an NPO organization: Reg. No 055-255.
It was founded by the Alcohol and Drug Educator and Counsellor, and Psychiatric Social Worker, Caro Smit, after her 23year old son, Chas, was killed in September 2005, by a driver who had been drinking.
SADD’s mission is to:
- Stop drink driving
- Support the victims of this violent crime
- Urge the authorities to enforce the Road Safety laws in South Africa
- Educate the public about alcohol and its misuse
SADD is part of the “Decade of Action for Road Safety”, ‘MAKE ROADS SAFE’, and the International WHO NPO: “Global Alliance of NGO’s Advocating for Road Safety and Road Victims.