About Us

Our Mission

David and Jackie Siegel

Five years ago, David & Jackie Siegel lost their precious daughter Victoria to a drug overdose. In trying to understand their loss, the Siegel's became extremely versed on the drug epidemic that is robbing our country of its most precious resource: our kids. From their sorrow and armed with their enlightened knowledge, the Victoria's Voice Foundation was born. They are committed to do whatever is necessary to spare other parents from the agony of losing a child and are on a quest to raise awareness, change policy, educate, and incentivize kids to be drug free. A primary component of Victoria's Voice Foundation is Victory Clubs. Victory Clubs is an extraordinary drug prevention and awareness program designed to reward, educate, empower, and incentivize members who make the choice to be drug-free.

Victory Clubs empowers parents, educators, and communities to build a drug-free youth. We're creating effective programs across the country by combining five drug prevention strategies into one plan that works.

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What Do Students Get?

Students receive extraordinary incentives to foster a compelling reason to stop using drugs, or a legitimate reason to say NO to ever start experimenting with drugs. In addition, students receive:

  • Initial & random confidential drug screening
  • Drug awareness & prevention resources
  • Participation in monthly video calls with influencers to inspire, encourage, and share life-skills
  • Free tickets to concerts, sporting and recreational events, and exclusive VIP members-only opportunities to meet celebrities, influencers, business leaders, and sports heroes
  • Deep discounts & freebies at places to eat, shop, play, and travel (valued at over $300 per month)

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What Distinguishes Victory Clubs from Other Incentive-Based Membership Programs?

In addition to members receiving discounts at places to eat, shop, play, and travel, and opportunities to participate in exclusive VIP members-only events, Victory Clubs has established partnerships with outstanding organizations that provide:

How Do Students Join?

  • Applicants aged 13-22 complete online application
  • Parent completes acknowledgment/permission section for membership and drug screening requirements for students under 18 years of age
  • National Drug Screening program partner notifies parents/applicants of collection sites for initial drug screening
  • Applicants with negative results are granted membership into Victory Clubs
  • Parents for applicants under 18 years of age and applicants of legal age with positive results are contacted by a Medical Review Officer (MRO) to discuss results
  • Applicants with positive results will be afforded subsequent opportunities to reapply for membership
  • Drug Screening results are confidential. See National Drug Screening (NDS) FAQ

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