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Initiatives for Partners, Influencers and Businesses

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Everytown Business Leaders

Everytown Business Leaders for Gun Safety is a cross-section of business leaders dedicated to reducing gun violence in America.

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Creative Council

We are actors, writers, designers, musicians, and artists, but we’re American citizens first. Everytown and Julianne Moore established Creative Council to help amplify the movement to end gun violence in our country.

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City Gun Violence Reduction Insight Portal

CityGRIP is an online clearinghouse of data-informed gun violence reduction strategies. The data reflects two years worth of on-site interviews with mayors, police chiefs, sheriffs, and community members in more than 60 communities nationwide.

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Wear Orange

The Wear Orange campaign asks everyone in America who wants to save lives from gun violence to do one simple thing on National Gun Violence Awareness Day: Wear Orange. The broad-based Wear Orange coalition was inspired by activists in Chicago and New York City.

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One Thing You Can Do

If you’re worried that your loved one is in crisis and at risk of hurting themselves, you can seek a Red Flag order to temporarily suspend their access to firearms - the most lethal form of suicide—until the crisis passes.

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Be SMART

When it comes to having guns in the home, we can't rely on our kids to adhere to the rules we set. It's our responsibility as adults to Be SMART about responsible gun storage.

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Across the country, we partner with local organizations, gun violence advocates, cultural influencers and businesses to work towards a safer country free from gun violence. Contact us if you are interested in partnering with us.