NO MORE WEEK
NO MORE Week raises public awareness and engages bystanders to end domestic violence and sexual assault.
NO MORE Week coincides with International Women’s Day (March 8th). Its goal is to help create a culture of safety, equality, and respect in our communities.
NO MORE Week is supported by hundreds of domestic violence and sexual assault organizations at the local, state and national levels. They use the NO MORE blue symbol to increase visibility.
HOW TO OBSERVE
Visit nomore.org to learn more. Find a domestic violence/sexual assault education event in your community to attend. Share your events, experiences, and conversations by using #NoMoreWeek on social media.
Talk to your teen about domestic violence and sexual assault.
Look for and wear the blue NO MORE symbol.
NO MORE project and the NO MORE Week launched in March 2013 by a coalition of leading advocacy and service organizations and major corporations including the AVON Foundation, UBER, and Mary Kay. NO MORE is a project of the charity called NEO Philanthropy.
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