About Us

The National Coalition Against Domestic Violence (NCADV) is the voice of victims and survivors and works as the catalyst for changing society to have zero tolerance for domestic violence. NCADV does this by affecting public policy, increasing understanding of the impact of domestic violence, and providing programs and education that drive change.

For more information about NCADV, visit www.ncadv.org and follow us at @NCADV.

The Educational Fund to Stop Gun Violence works to make communities safer by translating research into policy. As a premier research intermediary, we collaborate with experts to develop innovative, data-driven policy recommendations and help policymakers draft, pass, and implement these groundbreaking policies. Through policy development, advocacy, community engagement, and technical assistance, we drive change from both grassroots and grasstops levels. Learn more at www.efsgv.org and follow us at @EFSGV

The Alliance for Gun Responsibility works to end the gun violence crisis in our community and to promote a culture of gun ownership that balances rights with responsibilities. Through collaboration with experts, civic leaders, and citizens, we work to find evidenced-based solutions to the crisis of gun violence in our community. We create innovative policy, advocate for changes in laws, and promote community education to reduce gun violence.

Follow them on Facebook at @AllianceForGunResponsibility and on Twitter at @wagunresponsib.

Prosecutors Against Gun Violence (PAGV) is an independent, non-partisan coalition of prosecutors from across the country that identifies and promotes prosecutorial, legislative, and policy solutions to the national public health and safety crisis of gun violence. It was founded by Manhattan District Attorney Cyrus R. Vance, Jr., and Los Angeles City Attorney Mike Feuer.

In addition to supporting stronger laws that limit access to firearms by domestic violence perpetrators, PAGV supports the passage of extreme risk protection order legislation (also known as gun violence restraining orders); implementing universal background checks and improving the NICS database; banning assault weapons, high capacity magazines, and bump fire stocks; combating weapons trafficking; and promoting the safe storage of firearms. PAGV also strongly opposes national concealed carry reciprocity legislation.