Mar 022016

Everyone can play a role in ending domestic violence and sexual assault, and that’s what NO MORE Week is really about — getting individuals, organizations, or schools involved and engaged in helping to end domestic violence and sexual assault (DV/SA).

That’s why we’ve created a day-by-day guide to help you galvanize your community to take action!

Whether it’s participating in The NO MORE Challenge, creating a NO MORE Week postcard, or simply joining the NO MORE Excuses Twitter Chat, every action can — and will — look a little different and we welcome them all.

NO MORE Week of Action is March 6-12, so mark your calendar, and click the link below to view the NO MORE Week of Action 2016 guide.

NO MORE Week-of-Action Guide



#NOMOREexcuses for domestic violence & sexual assault.

Help kickoff #NOMOREWeek by joining USA Network’s ‘NO MORE Excuses’ Law & Order: SVU marathon starting at 3PM e/2c. Participate in the conversation by supporting the #NOMOREexcuses social media Thunderclap.

Join NO MORE and Verizon’s fundraising campaign benefiting organizations focused on ending DV/SA, The NO MORE Challenge. No matter how big or small, every donation will help life-saving programs win cash prizes totaling $150,000!



A movement of #MenToo

Watch Tony Porter’s TED Talk about engaging men. Use this graphic to invite others to join you.

Join Mary Kay & talk about the phrase #ManUp means to you on social media. Use this graphic to invite others to join you.

Launch a ‘Men Too’ Day focused on engaging men, as both bystanders and survivors. Host a screening of the documentary The Mask You Live Into help expand the definition of masculinity, using this screening guide.



#KNOWMORE about how domestic violence & sexual assault impacts ALL survivors

Read & share these blogs to help #KNOWMORE about the different barriers facing survivors of historically marginalized populations.

Launch a photo campaign or create your own public service announcement video to spotlight the voices of YOUR community. Some great examples can be seen here, here, and here.



Start #OneMore conversation to help prevent violence before it starts.

Take the pledge & share your commitment by inviting #OneMore person to join you.

Start a conversation with friends, family, coworkers, and your community. Use these tips to talk to kids & young people in your life about healthy relationships, or this guide for parents starting a conversation about teen dating violence.


Go blue to #ShowNOMORE

#ShowNOMORE by wearing the symbol & inviting your friends to join you. Add the NO MORE to your profile photo, your website, retail store window, or create your own NO MORE products.

Upload a picture (with your NO MORE sign) & tell us why you say NO MORE by creating a personalized postcard online. (Postcards submitted before NO MORE Week will be printed & delivered en masse to the real world to make an even bigger impact at #NOMOREWeek events across the country).



#NOMORE Bystanding

Watch & share the “Get Off The Sidelines” PSA to encourage others to take action

Host a bystander engagement training. (The Avon Foundation for Women’s free, online bystander trainings are a great place to start and/or reach out to your local organization here.)



#TogetherWeCan end domestic violence & sexual assault

Tune into Discovery ID’s #InspireADifference Marathon & join the conversation on Twitter to discuss ways to create change in your community.

Support lifesaving programs working year-round to end domestic violence & sexual assault in NO MORE’s fundraising challenge. Write the name of the organization you supported on this #NOMOREweek sign & share a picture with on social media. Tag at least 3 friends to join you.


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