Take A Stand

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Take A Stand is a call to action meant to bring attention to the issue of domestic violence for Domestic Violence Awareness Month (DVAM) and throughout the year.  By taking a stand we intend to remind the nation that there are still countless people--victims and survivors, their children and families, their friends and family, their communities--impacted by domestic violence.  We, all of us, should not stop until society has zero tolerance for domestic violence and until all victims and survivors can be heard. 

Join us for a special Take a Stand webinar on August 31st!

Building an effective outreach strategy is vital to non-profits. By sharing your agency’s message on a plethora of platforms, you open the door to heightened community awareness and engagement – which translates into increased donations, volunteers and opportunities for success. There is no better time for domestic violence programs and allies to conduct a large scale outreach effort than during October – National Domestic Violence Awareness Month.

NCADV launched our Take A Stand campaign in October 2015 – Domestic Violence Awareness Month (DVAM) to promote national awareness around domestic violence. Our goal is to engage our country in dialogue and efforts that result in opportunities to create cultural change. The response to this program during the inaugural year validated our conviction that the time is NOW to speak up and Take A Stand against domestic violence.

With this webinar, we will provide you will tools and messaging to utilize during DVAM – and beyond. We will focus on social media messaging, community activities and effective lobbying strategies that you can implement from anywhere. This endeavor is also an opportunity to have a dialogue about what programs are doing across the country as we continue to seek relevant ways to honor domestic violence victims, survivors and programs this October.

Register Here for the Take a Stand Webinar


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