How to Start or Register a SADD Chapter
Is your school or non-profit community organization ready to start a SADD chapter? Get started today, it’s simple and FREE!
|To start a SADD chapter:
|Learn more about what a SADD chapter does!|
|2017-2018 Communications Calendar||SADD Chapter Power Start Up Packet|
ANNUAL REGISTRATION August 1 – July 30 of each year. Chapters are required to register at the start of each school year.
If you are having trouble registering through the online portal, please feel free to use this SADD Chapter Registration Form (pdf) SADD Chapter Registration Form
Upon completion of the online registration/renewal, the advisor on record will receive a confirmation email with the SADD Certificate of Chapter Recognition for the current school year along with a ton of startup materials and other valuable information to keep your chapter going strong all year long! Thank you for being part of SADD Nation!
Events for SADD chapters
SADD STRONG NATIONAL CHAPTER CAMPAIGNS
SADD’s strength lies in numbers. To demonstrate our impact as SADD Nation, all chapters will conduct campaigns and activities at the same time of year, we call it being SADD STRONG!
The SADD national office with the help of its many partners around the country have developed a collection of THREE programs that target SADD’s three core issue areas. (Traffic Safety, Substance Abuse, and Personal Health & Safety). Implementing these programs also qualifies chapters for the WE ARE SADD STRONG Achievement and Recognition Program!
- October – Rock the Belt, in conjunction with National Teen Driver Safety Week
- February – SADD Shines Week, held to celebrate SADD students and all you do and promote personal health and safety
- April – It Worth The Risk?, in conjunction with Alcohol Awareness Month
All SADD STRONG programs are comprised of an activity guide, packed with relevant activity ideas and media templates. Chapters may also purchase a starter kit for Rock the Belt, filled with starter supplies and the t-shirts needed for the suggested activities. The activity guides aim to target three core constituencies: schools, parents, and communities.