What is NO MORE?
NO MORE is a movement to raise public awareness and engage bystanders around ending domestic violence and sexual assault. Launched in March 2013 by a coalition of leading advocacy and service organizations and major corporations, NO MORE is supported by hundreds of domestic violence and sexual assault organizations at the local, state and national levels that are using its signature blue symbol to increase visibility and funding to address these critical issues.
What is NO MORE Week?
It’s NO MORE’s birthday! NO MORE Week is a national effort to engage every individual, organization, or corporation to say NO MORE and to make domestic violence and sexual assault awareness and prevention a priority year-round.
You’re invited to join the NO MORE movement and help end domestic violence and sexual assault. We’ve outlined some specific ways for you to get involved below!
THANK YOU FOR MAKING NO MORE WEEK 2015 A HUGE SUCCESS!
More than 160+ awareness & fundraising events hosted across the nation March 8-14, 2015
More than 6,000 people changed their profile picture to show their commitment to ‘NO MORE’ domestic violence and sexual assault
Add the symbol to your profile pictures year-round! You can even put the symbol on your car, your website, blog, retail store window, or create your own NO MORE products! Check out our free toolkit for tools to help you create change in your community.
More than 600 new stories added to the NO MORE Gallery
Take a picture with a personalized NO MORE sign and share on social media. Upload your photo and join the thousands of supporters speaking out in the NO MORE gallery. Share on social media, tag us and use the hashtag #NOMOREweek so we can repost!
More than 3,000 people took the NO MORE pledge to support survivors, challenge victim-blaming and other behaviors that denigrate women and excuse violence, intervene safely to prevent violence and volunteer or donate to a local program.
Take the pledge to say NO MORE to domestic violence and sexual assault year-round.