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The Everytown Creative Council was launched in 2015, in partnership with founding chair Julianne Moore. Since then, the group has grown to more than 150 artists who have partnered with us to help elevate the importance of gun violence prevention in our society and engage millions of Americans in advocacy and awareness.

Power of Women: The Changemakers

Screenshot of Julianne Moore speaking in the Power of Women event

Variety’s Power of Women event, presented by Lifetime, is an homage to women in the entertainment industry who are leading the charge and dedicating their time offscreen to supporting various charities and causes. Julianne Moore discusses how she joined forces with Everytown for Gun Safety.

Democracy Demands Action

Ahead of the 2020 election, celebrities used their influence to encourage voters to aid in ensuring the safety and integrity of the election by encouraging voters to become needed poll workers and monitors and help those waiting in long lines.

Speaking Out

Creative Council member Sophia Bush and Athletic Council founding member Devereaux Peters spoke on pressing issues they see in their communities. We help creatives and athletes use their platform to speak out for gun safety.

Have You Ever Imagined a World Without Gun Violence?

For Wear Orange 2019, our Creative Council imagined a world without gun violence and called on Americans to join us in the work to end it.

March for Our Lives

A group of people, including Paul Rudd, Adam Scott, and Billy Eichner smile while holding Everytown signs at a march

Everytown Creative Council members joined together following the shooting at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School at March for Our Lives in 2018.

Call Congress to #RejecttheNRA

Following the shooting at the Route 91 Harvest Festival in Las Vegas, members of our Creative Council came together to urge Congress to act and #RejecttheNRA.