Executive Board is:
Vice President: Gaetan Gendron
Treasurer: Larry Sargent
Secretary: Sarah Gilliland
Directors at Large: Paul Teworte, Colleen MacKenzie, and Tina Nagratha
The Executive of the Ottawa Chapter is supported by a number of committees
which meet and plan activities in the Ottawa area.
the challenge! Join the MADD Ottawa team and assume a leadership
role in a dynamic grassroots organization within your community. Be
an advocate and a local representative for MADD Canada's mission.
To sign up as a
volunteer, download our New Volunteer Registration package and
forward by mail to our email.
Registration Package: (download, print, fill out and sign)
- Membership form
The committee produces a number of materials and works
with local media to get the message out about drinking and driving.
Two or three volunteers are needed.
This committee is involved in many
different events throughout the region from RIDEs to car shows and the
high-profile Signs of Summer campaign held every spring. Four volunteers
A team of dedicated volunteers monitors court activity on impaired driving
charges and other alcohol-related crimes. The committee stays up-to-date
on the latest court proceedings by attending hearings, watching newspapers
and liasing with people in the legal community. A number of volunteers
are needed for this committee, which is well-suited for retirees, students
and anyone with free hours in the daytime.
One of the most important committees, this group plans activities to
raise awareness and funds for the chapter. Donations to the MADD Ottawa
Chapter are tax receiptable. Four volunteers are needed.
Through regular contact with local politicans at the municipal,
provincial and federal levels, this groups concentrates on getting the
message out about drinking and driving. It also communicates with local
politicans MADD's position on a number of important public policy initiatives.
Red Ribbon Campaign
The campaign is MADD Canada's largest fundraising and awareness campaign
of the year. Running from mid-November to New Year's Eve, this campaign
raises awareness about drinking and driving throughout the holiday season.
Many volunteers are needed to assist during the holiday season.
Working to assist victims, their families and friends, this committee
provides support to those affected by this violent crime. Two volunteers
This committee recruits and trains volunteers for the local chapter.
This committee works with students across the region, including
OSAID organizations in each school. Visit our youth
page, or go to www.maddyouth.ca
more information about volunteering, please contact us by
e-mail or by phone at (613) 236-6233.