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Your support will allow us to spread the word about the dangers of driving high. Any donation amount will help us educate people about how unsafe it is to drive high. Please donate whatever you are able and talk to your friends and family about the Hound Foundation.

We need your help to encourage national conversation about the dangers of driving under the influence of marijuana. Your donations will allow us to continue our outreach and help everyone to better understand how recent marijuana use impairs driving abilities.

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Your donation will fund a variety of critical activities for the Hound Foundation, from social media promotion to independent research at a U.S based research institution. Whether you’re able to give $5 or $5,000, your donation will help fund these as well as a range of other outreach activities. Thank you for supporting education on marijuana impaired driving.

 

The Hound Foundation is a registered 501 (c)(3) organization. Your donation is tax deductible to the fullest extent allowed by law.

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Rafael’s Story

Learn from Rafael –  he thought it was OK to drive stoned because his buddies were drunk.

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Gina & Bob

Watch Justin’s parents’ touching story about loss and their path to forgiveness.

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Justin McGrory

CHP Officer Justin McGrory was killed by a marijuana-impaired driver in June 2010.

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Recent News

A friend shared this news story involving her colleague who was out for a Sunday drive.

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Pledge PSA

Learn some facts about stoned driving and take our pledge #SitorGetOffthePot.

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The Hound Foundation is a nonprofit 501 (c)(3) organization that seeks to educate young people and their communities about the impact of driving under the influence of marijuana. As a country, we are just beginning to understand how marijuana impairs drivers. Recognizing this knowledge gap, the Hound Foundation seeks to raise money to fund research to better understand the correlation of recent marijuana use with driving impairment. The more facts we can share with drivers the fewer mistakes they are likely to make about driving stoned.