The Noah Benardout Foundation’s primary goal is to advocate immediate education and habit-forming skills to end the tragedies of Driving Under the Influence (DUI) which are 100% preventable. Direct engagement with robust awareness HAS to change the narrative.
We have partnered with The California Highway Patrol, Los Angeles Police Department, Mothers Against Drunk Driving, the California Office of Traffic and Safety and the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration among others, for rapid traction through the media ecosystem.
27 March 1995 - 1 August 2019
On August 1st, 2019 my beautiful, talented brother Noah Benardout was tragically killed by the recklessness of a drunk driver. Noah was waiting on the sidewalk to cross the street when his killer drove through an intersection, at high speed, smashing into another vehicle and sending that vehicle spinning into a traffic light where Noah was waiting. Noah died instantly at the scene. At just 24 years old. A phenomenal musician, on the verge of deserved success that he had tirelessly worked toward with integrity and patience for many years as the artist LOVR®. His brand new EP, Loners was finished the day he died. He will never ever get to enjoy the benefits of his hard work but now it is my mission not only to bring his music to the world but importantly to bring awareness through music to stop DUI for ever. Join me in supporting his foundation through fundraising events to lobby for an end to DUI.
- Lily Benardout
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ORANGE COUNTY SC JOIN FORCES WITH MADD
FOR LABOR DAY WEEKEND AWARENESS
SATURDAY SEPTEMBER 3RD
OCSC vs MEMPHIS 901FC
Orange County SC is partnering with Mothers Against Drunk Driving (MADD) to remind fans to be the designated driver during one of the most dangerous weekends of the year, Labor Day weekend. The match will be held at the Championship Soccer Stadium in the City of Irvine on Saturday, September 3rd. A portion of the funds raised go directly to MADD’s lifesaving mission here in Southern California and to provide necessary community services to those affected by drunk and drugged driving.
During the match, players from OCSC will be wearing black armbands to commemorate victims of drunk driving, victims’ families will bring out the ceremonial ball and there will be a halftime penalty shot competition featuring first responders sponsored by the Noah Benardout Foundation. There will also be incentives for designated drivers.
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27TH MARCH 2022
Today we should have been celebrating Noah's 27th Birthday but a selfish irresponsible drunk driver destroyed that.
To celebrate his life here's a YouTube link to an unreleased demo titled "Wherever You Are"