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In 1989, Race Against Drugs (RAD) was one of the campaigns that arose to meet the country’s need for drug prevention head-on. At the time, most of the country was unaware of the high numbers of youth using drugs. RAD’s initial focus was just that – to raise awareness of this emerging problem.
Partnering with 17 race sanctioning organizations, the White House, and the FBI, Race Against Drugs took the green flag with a commitment signing in the White House, followed by a symbolic engine firing (including 17 representatives from the motorsports industry) on the National Mall in Washington, DC.
These partnerships enable us to provide materials to thousands of youth across the United States.
Reach and educate our Nation’s youth by
Advocating through motorsports professionals a
Drug free, healthy lifestyle
Realize a nation of drug free youth by
Accelerating their potential using a
Coordinated network of dedicated motorsports volunteers who will
Inspire and educate, through community involvement, to teach kids to
Navigate around life’s obstacles, using teamwork, goal setting, and communication skills which will
Guide them to make the right choices to get to the finish line
Help us help our communities.
Don't give until it hurts, give until it feels good!
Here is your opportunity to give your most valuable resource, your time!
Be a role model in your community - volunteer!