We decided to form this critical program, to fill an urgent need, after receiving many communications from people who were victims of accidents. stated Giuseppe Piecuch, Treasurer of T.A.D.D.
La Grange, IL (PRWEB) May 29, 2012
Teens Against Drunk Driving (T.A.D.D.), http://www.teensagainstdrunkdriving.org will be introducing their new weapon against drunk and distracted driving, beginning June 1, 2012. The new program will begin as a pilot program in the Chicago Land area. The new program will be named, Tadd's Victim Impact Fund. If the fund is a success, T.A.D.D. plans on expanding it, throughout the United States.
The new program will accept, as a donation, all vehicles that are in good operating condition. Once T.A.D.D. has vehicles, they will distribute them to families and persons. who were victims of a drunk driving or distracted driving accident. T.A.D.D. will also help to pay for financial loses and hard ships, resulting in lost wages, and/or medical bills that were incurred.
In many of these types of accidents, there are victims that lose their only vehicle, and have no way to get to their jobs, or to transport their children or elderly relative. There are also financial loses that these victims incur, through no fault of their own, stated William M. Piecuch, Jr., Founder and President of T.A.D.D.
Because of the financial burdens that victims across the country incur, as a result of drunk and distracted driving accidents, T.A.D.D. http://www.teensagainstdrunkdriving, will also be accepting financial donations, to help many victims. All donations for this fund will be used exclusively for T.A.D.D.'S Victim Impact Fund.
We decided to form this critical program, to fill a urgent need, after receiving many communications from people who were victims of drunk and distracted driving accidents. Many of the requests came from relatives of the victims, stated Giuseppe Piecuch, Secretary and Treasurer at T.A.D.D.
Any person or group, as well as any corporations that would like to donate a running vehicle, that reside in the Chicago Land area, can contact Giuseppe Piecuch at T.A.D.D.'S Illinois office, at 708-354-8233. All financial support can be made on T.A.D.D.'S website-http://www.teensagainstdrunkdriving.org, or sent to their Illinois office. The office address is on their website. T.A.D.D. will arrange for a pickup of any running vehicle within 24 hours. Since T.A.D.D. is a recognized 501c3, charitable organization, any vehicle or financial donation will receive a charitable donation receipt for the full value of their donation.
We are hoping our new program will be a success in the Chicago Land area, stated Jack Giuseppe Piecuch, of T.A.D.D. There is a critical and urgent need to help these victims get back to a normal life, after experiencing in many cases, life altering experiences, through no fault of their own, Mr. Piecuch went on to say.