Teens Against Drunk Driving
T.A.D.D
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121 Hillgrove Avenue
B-486

 
La Grange, IL 60525

NATIONWIDE
: 1-888-318-TADD (8233)



Victim Impact Fund:

.Jacqueline Saburido is a true American hero. She is the bravest of the brave. While most people would curl up in a corner after such a horrible experience, Jacqueline chose to reach out to other victims, and to help educate against the criminal act of drunk or distracted driving.

Jacqueline's story has been told via many outlets. We intend to do everything we can, to keep her story in the forefront of our fight, to eliminate the scourge of drunk and distracted driving. Our efforts help the victims of these criminal acts, by providing monetary resources, and vehicles, in an effort to get these victim's life back to some semblance of normality. You can help us help them.



        
                                                        Jacqueline's Birthday party


                          
                                  


                                               Jacqueline with friends at a party


          

                                       The vehicle that Jacqueline was traveling in.
               

    




                            After the crash, Jacqueline had over 40 operations.
 


                             Jacqueline was trapped in the burning wreck, for almost a minute.



                                 Jacqueline with her Dad, after a treatment.



                                     Jacqueline and Dad, 3 months after the crash.



                       
  Without a left eyelid, Jacqueline needs eye drops for vision.



Now 24 years old, he cannot forgive himself for driving drunk on that horrible night, several years ago. He is aware of the devastation he caused.



Jacqueline's message..." Not everyone dies from a drunk driving crash"



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A video explanation of our Victim program

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5x_QdD10T1k

  
            A Victim's Unique Story

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Victim Impact Fund:   Presently accepting running vehicles in the Chicago land (mid-west) area only. Monetary donations all across America)

Our Victim Impact Fund, was designed to give relief to victims of drunk driving crimes. Our goal is to help with securing a replacement vehicle, that was damaged beyond repair, as a result of a drunk driving accident. Victims of drunk driving crimes, lose their vehicles, incur medical bills, loss of income, and worst of all, funeral expenses. We have dedicated this fund to helping in every area that a victim may incur a loss. We have a goal of helping in these areas, especially vehicle replacement, in a very short period of time. This of course will reduce the impact of losses, as it will allow a person or family, to more quickly return to a semblance of normality.

Sara Dannon Dietz, Sister of Misty Dietz, Daughter of Harry Dietz Jr., all of Wyandotte, OK. The following is the email Misty Dietz sent to the President of  T.A.D.D. on Thanksgiving evening, 2012.  It will include a link to the story of the accident.

On Thu, Nov 22, 2012 at 8:22 PM, Misty Dietz <mistyddietz0718@gmail.com> wrote:

    "As your asking i am taking down my facebook page Teens against drunk driving so that my sister can be honoured/ remembered. Her name is Sara Dannon Dietz, she was 15 when she died, and she was from Wyandotte Ok, she is the daughter of Harry Dietz Jr. she was riding in a car with myself, when a drunk guy hit us and sent us into oncoming traffic where we were hit a second time where it smashed the passenger side of the car (her side) she was pronounced dead on the scene, the man who hit us had 2 other drunk and high people with him, the were all taken into the station and let go soon afterwards, about 2 weeks after her funeral, the cops issued a warrant for his arrest and he killed himself. He is a link for the local news paper http://www.newson6.com/global/story.asp?s=13022306. im taking down my page in the next couple of minutes, and you can use this information as you please, and organize it however you please, its truely honorable that your going to do this for our family, it means so much to all of us, the holidays arent the same without her. Thank you so much!"


How you can help:


There are two ways presently that you can help us, help others.

First, in the Chicago land area (mid-west) only at this time,  you can donate a running vehicle(s). Since our number one goal is to help people as quickly as possible to get back to a sense of normality, we need vehicles that can be transferred immediately. Non-running vehicles cannot be accepted at this time. Should the running vehicle program work in the Chicago land area, we will expand it to the Los Angeles area in the first quarter of 2013, as well as other areas across the U.S. in 2013. Once we receive a running vehicle, we will match it up with a waiting recipient. Should we have more vehicles at anytime then recipients, we will sell the vehicle, and use the proceeds to help in all other monetary areas of victims lives.

By sending us a message for pickup of a running vehicle to this address donatearunningvehicle@tadd.org , or by calling us at our Illinois office, 888-318-8233 we will respond within 30 minutes, 7 days a week. We will then schedule a pick-up of your running vehicle, (most of the time in the same day) and give you a charitable contribution receipt, for the full value of the vehicle on the spot. No waiting for a receipt months later.

Second, 
you can go to the top of any of our site pages, and click the big, yellow DONATE buttons. You will be able to give a monetary donation, by using all major credit or debit cards. You will be able to dedicate the contribution to a person, or persons, should you choose. You will also be able to direct your contribution to our general operations fund, safe driving planner program fund, or of course our Victim Impact Fund.

 Victim's Endorsement


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