Positive Changes at NO MORE

Thanks to your tremendous support, we’ve grown exponentially and made great progress. Today, NO MORE has more than 1,400 allied organizations and 40 chapters around the world. Together, we are engaging millions in the effort to stop and prevent domestic violence and sexual assault. As our work becomes truly global and as the need to address domestic and sexual violence persists, NO MORE has recently become an independent 501(c)(3) charity.

#ISeeYou: Ensuring Survivors Are Seen and Heard during COVID-19

During this pandemic, many survivors have been sheltering at home with abusive partners, and the spread of COVID-19 has created housing, childcare, financial, and other barriers that will continue to impact survivors’ safety long after the pandemic has ended. By coming together to get the word out, we can make sure survivors know that they are not alone and ensure that advocates, service providers, hotlines, and local programs have what they need to continue to help survivors through the challenges that lie ahead.

Survivors’ Agenda Summit

Register today to join NNEDV on September 24-26 at the virtual Survivors’ Agenda Summit, three days of workshops, performances, and critical conversations to change the national conversation on sexual violence.

Resources – Reaching Victims August Newsletter

The National Resource Center for Reaching Victims monthly newsletter is our opportunity to spotlight victim service organizations and their work; share promising practices and resources; and, engage more organizations in training. This month we share tools and resources to help you meet the needs of victims of human trafficking.

News and Resources – Survivor-Centered Economic Advocacy Newsletter

This newsletter offers some tips and tools to address survivors’ economic needs in light of COVID-19. Starting the Economic conversation: An advocacy guide on asking questions about money with survivors and integrating economics into the DNA of your agency. (Re)Prioritizing Spending in the Time of COVID: Tips to help establish survivors’ values around money then prioritize spending – now and in the long term.