Created by NO MORE (a unifying symbol and awareness movement focused on engaging bystanders to end domestic violence and sexual assault) along with its many partners, NO MORE Week is designed to spark conversations around issues of domestic violence and sexual assault and galvanize more communities, organizations and corporations to make them a priority year-round.
NO MORE Week is an exciting time to become part of the movement to end domestic violence and sexual assault or invite someone else to get involved.
Anyone can participate in NO MORE Week by: adding the NO MORE symbol to social media profile images, personalizing a “NO MORE ______” sign and sharing a photo on social media, wearing the symbol, or simply starting a conversation this week with a friend or family member about healthy relationships.
NO MORE was launched in 2013 with the support of nearly every domestic violence and sexual assault prevention organization in the country.
They all agreed that increasing awareness for these issues with a unifying awareness symbol could have a tremendous positive impact.
Representatives from these organizations serve as advisors on NO MORE’s Steering Committee, and all individual donations and any profits generated from product sales in the NO MORE store are donated to support their lifesaving work: To learn more about how to support the work of local domestic violence and sexual assault prevention organizations or to participate in NO MORE Week visit
Join the conversation on social media by following #NOMOREweek and NO MORE on Twitter (https://twitter.com/nomoreorg) Facebook (https:// and Instagram (https://instagram.com/nomoreorg).
About NO MORE NO MORE is a unifying symbol and 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 groups, service providers and major corporations, NO MORE is supported by hundreds of national and local groups and by thousands of people who are using its signature blue symbol to increase visibility for these hidden issues.
Learn more about NO MORE or download our free tools at
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