Landsdowne Campus

MADD Youth Bursary Fund

Louise Joanne Twerdy Leadership bursary

Award at a glance


Dollar value

$10000 and $5000



External funding


All students


MADD Youth Bursary Fund

Number of Awards

Number of Awards* 1 for $10,000 additional $5000 bursaries (no # given)

Award description

MADD Canada’s Bursary Program is open to Canadian citizens who have themselves been severely injured or who have had a parent (or legal guardian) or sibling killed or severely injured as a result of an impaired driving crash and who are enrolled in a full-time, ministry-approved, post-secondary educational program for the upcoming academic year. Injuries must be catastrophic or severe and have had a significant impact on the applicants’ lives.



Proof of injury and relation to impaired driving will be required. Successful applicants may not reapply in subsequent years.

Application process

Selection process

Provide supporting documentation clearly indicating that the crash was a result of impaired driving.

If you are applying because you or a parent, legal guardian or sibling suffered a severe or catastrophic injury as a result of an impaired driving crash that has impacted your family’s life, please provide evidence of the injury.

Provide a statement (maximum 2 pages) of the impact this event has had on you and your family. Enclose the most up-to-date transcript of your school grades. You may also include past transcripts if you wish.

Thank you to our donor

Thanks Donor

Mothers Against Drunk Driving

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Mothers Against Drunk Driving

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