Accepting the Challenge Is Simple
- If you are under 21, do not drink and never get in a car with somebody who has been drinking.
- If you are over 21, do not drink and drive, and be a good role model for our children.
- If you sell alcohol, check IDs, train your employees to obey the law, and keep alcohol out of the hands of our children.
- If you are a part of our justice system, enforce our laws and keep our children safe.
Acceptance, 5.5.16, Green Bay, WI: My dad was an alcoholic and while he never hurt anyone when he drove (thank God), he did drink and drive. He died in 2010 and I miss him everyday. Organizations/challenges like this give me hope that no other child will loose their parent to alcoholism.
Acceptance, 3.30.16, Chicago, IL: Mariah’s Challenge is an inspiration for people of all ages and most importantly to our kids. I appreciate the courage and strength of this family to challenge us all to do the right thing and to be the best we can be.
Acceptance, 3.8.16, Butte, MT: Mariah’s Challenge is a great example to people that when devastating experiences happen, those experiences can be used to help others better themselves. I am grateful for the great message given through Mariah’s Challenge, and the incentive it gives people to do what is right.
Acceptance, 1.28.15, Chappaqua, NY: I am in Mr. O’ Connors class and loved our skype call. I would like to take Mariah’s challenge. I have been so inspired by you! I will wear my wristband in pride all the time.
Acceptance, 12.8.15, McKinney, TX: Great message and extremely important for our kids to have these types of messages so they can find the courage to make the right decisions.
Acceptance, 11.12.15, Chappaqua, NY: I was so inspired by your story and I want to thank you for all you’ve done with your community and people around the country. I want to accept this challenge and kept this promise close to my heart for the rest of my live. Thank you!
Acceptance, 10.4.15, Anaconda, MT: When i was in grade school and Mariah passed all i did was read the story. i still have a copy of the story in my room. As i am on my senior year i have been asked to drink and i have said no. I haven’t attended any parties and i don’t plan on it. I have been called to give rides to family who has been drinking, because i want them to arrive alive and those who aren’t driving to arrive alive. I can still remember when i bought my shirt and how i felt, i felt like Mariah was with me. I never knew Mariah but my cousins went to school with her at the time. Fly high Mariah<3
Promise to Be Responsible with Alcohol
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We also have a memorial wall where you can leave a memorial for a loved one you have lost to alcohol, or read memorials for other people’s losses.