MADD wants to convince everyone that drunk driving and underage drinking don't mix. Mothers Against Drunk Driving (MADD) is an activist group that offers education, court and legislative advocacy, and other volunteer services in an effort to curb drunk driving. It boasts more than 3,500 people and organizations nationwide. Programs encompass adults, college students, youth, and law-enforcement professionals. About half of its funding comes from donors; the rest is from corporate donations and the Victim of Crimes Act, which distributes money seized from criminals to victim services groups. MADD was founded in 1980 by mothers who were upset when a repeat drunk driver killed a teenage girl in California.