I Promise! Do you? Join the new IPromise campaign

I found a totally cool way to support MADD Canada AND bring awareness to impaired driving; the IPromise campaign. This is a campaign dedicated to raising money and awareness for MADD Canada along with spreading the word among drivers about the potential consequences of drinking and driving.

How can you participate?

Easy. Visit the website and purchase your I Promise bracelet for $5 ($2 goes directly to MADD Canada). Then wear it.

By wearing the I Promise bracelet, you demonstrate to your Mom and the world around you your commitment to safe and sober driving now and always.

I got hubby and I each a black and white one AND of course, for special occasions, got me a hot pink one. I wonder if I can bedazzle it?!?! Hmmmm!!!

Their promotional video really brought the campaign message home to me. Total wow factor. I can’t wait to get my bracelets and wear them with pride.

http://www.facebook.com/photo.php?v=10150765775709106

Be sure to follow the campaign on Facebook and follow them on Twitter.

I Promise! Do you?

Two years ago, my beautiful mother-in-law’s life was cut tragically short by an impaired driver and my stepson’s life changed forever. In honor of Donna and Jordan Kennie, please don’t drink and drive. Impaired driving is 100% preventable. Think about it.

Support MADD Canada and follow them on Facebook, Twitter (@maddcanada), YouTube, and on the Web.

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Comments

  1. What a great idea! I like the thought of people wearing something that provides a visual reminder not to drink and drive. Thanks for sharing this, Natalie!

  2. prudencemacleod says:

    This is a wonderful idea. I don’t drink or go to the bars, but I’ll probably hang it off the mirror of the car anyway. Awesome of you to promote this, Natalie. You rock!

  3. You do such great work for MADD, Natalie. thank you.I’m off to buy a bracelet I otherwise would have known nothing about

  4. That sounds like a great fundraiser and reminder to drivers! I wonder if MADD Canada is going to inspire MADD USA (if that is what it’s called) to do a similar campaign?

    • I wonder – that would be so cool! I’ll have to do some research to see what’s around for my American friends. Great post idea – thanks Emma. I’m all over it so stay tuned for some ideas…

  5. Thanks for spreading the words about this. I’m going to buy four bracelets immediately for my older grandchildren. Keep doing the great work you do!

    • Yeahhhhh…thank you so much Patricia!! I really appreciate your amazing support…sniff…fills me with such joy and pride to know I have such an incredible community of friends and family who are so encouraging and right there in the thick of it! :-) HUGS!

  6. They have pink!! I’m ordering one for me, my son, my dad, and anyone else I can think of. These are awesome. Thanks again for all the fab work you do to keep not just Canada, but the whole world safe. Love you!!

    • Squeeeeeeeeee!!!! We’ll have to take pictures of our matching pink ones!! :-) I can’t wait to get mine…
      Awwww…it’s my pleasure and honestly…to have all of you with me just fills my heart with pride and love and deep appreciation!
      Love you too Tameri…HUGS!!!

  7. What a great campaign! Those bracelets should replace entry wrist bands at clubs. Off to nab one. Thanks for the vital reminders and for the warm shout out! Both mean oodles. :)

  8. You’re doing great work here Natalie. I’m choosing the pink with black:) What a great campaign, thanks for all you do to bring this to our attention.

  9. Hubby aka The Blog Heckler says:

    Another great post sweetheart!

  10. I love that you promote your cause with the bracelets. They are the new fad these days. You guys are with it. Thanks for the cool links

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  1. [...] NOTE: I’m aware that many teens choose to drink alcohol on these evenings. If you drink, PLEASE do not drive. You do not want to remember this evening for the wrong reasons. For more information, see Natalie Hartford’s blog post about the I Promise campaign. [...]

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