Thank you Education Minister Stephen Lecce for taking the time out of your busy schedule to speak with me about my MADD initiative. This very important initiative is very near and dear to my heart.
After losing my brother, Paul Brizzi, I knew I needed to do something so other families do not feel this despair. I did not know what I could do to change people’s minds about driving impaired. How was the world around me continuing to move when I was in extreme sadness and angry? I am not going to lie, I still feel this way. But one thing I know for sure, it’s that change does not happen if we channel that anger and despair in the wrong direction. We have a choice in times of adversity. I believe we can make a change in the world by starting on something small. This is my way of channeling my energy and finding a way to make a change.
If anyone has a graduate, please be sure to make your purchase today.
$5 goes straight to MADD Canada and all of their great initiatives. Let’s ensure another family does not have to feel so much pain and despair.
“Thank you @carlacookiebox for inspiring positive change in our community,”
“Helping just one family avoid a tragedy of impaired driving will make a world of difference.”
“It was wonderful to meet you & to support MADD Canada & our Class of 2020,” says Lecce.