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We’re the largest gun violence prevention organization in America—and we’re winning.

Gun violence touches every town in America. For too long, life-saving laws have been thwarted by the gun lobby and by leaders who refuse to take common-sense steps that will save lives. But something is changing. Nearly 10 million mayors, moms, teachers, survivors, gun owners, students, and everyday Americans have come together to make their own communities safer. Everytown starts with you, and it starts in your neighborhood. By introducing evidence-based solutions in every town, we can end gun violence.

Our Approach

We are building a movement to:

  • Three volunteers in Moms Demand Action and Gun Sense Voter shirts look at a clipboard together

    Register voters.

  • Lucy McBath smiles while pointing her finger in the air at a canvassing event

    Elect candidates who will govern with gun safety in mind.

  • A large crowd of Moms Demand Action volunteers pose for a photo at the state capitol on MLK Day in Virginia

    Demand action from our elected officials.

  • Two young girls smile while wearing Students Demand Action t-shirts

    Change how America thinks about gun violence.

  • An Everytown sign is raised in a crowd in front of the Capitol

    End gun violence.

What We Do

Everytown organizations are fighting for the changes that will save lives.

  • Support & educate

    • Researching the causes and solutions
    • Supporting survivors of gun violence
    • Advancing gun safety in the courts
    • Building partnerships to raise awareness
  • Take action

    • Enacting and implementing smart gun policies
    • Electing gun sense candidates
    • Demanding accountability
    • Advocating for safety reforms locally and nationally
  • Build a movement

    • Grassroots organizing in every state
    • Demanding action from elected officials
    • Creating community
    • Building a movement to end gun violence

Who We Are

We are a movement of nearly 10 million mayors, teachers, survivors, gun owners, students, and everyday Americans.

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    Mothers and others

    Moms Demand Action is the nation’s largest grassroots volunteer network working to end gun violence, with more than 700 local groups across the country and a chapter in every state. Volunteers campaign for new, strong solutions to lax gun laws that jeopardize the safety of our families.

  • Five Students Demand Action volunteers smile in a group photo


    Students Demand Action is a national movement of high school and college-aged volunteers working to end gun violence. Volunteers organize within their schools and communities to educate their peers, register voters, and demand common-sense solutions to this national crisis. Students Demand Action has active volunteers in every state and nearly 400 groups across the country.

  • Mayor Hogsett speaks while wearing a Moms Demand Action shirt at a rally


    Since its creation, Mayors Against Illegal Guns has grown from 15 mayors of major American cities to more than 2,000 current and former mayors. The bipartisan coalition is united around three common goals: advancing enforcement and data collection strategies to prevent gun violence; investing in victim services and violence intervention programs to address gun violence; and advocating for gun safety legislation at the local, state, and federal level.

  • 2018 Everytown Survivor Network class posing for a photo


    The Everytown Survivor Network is a nationwide community of survivors working together to end gun violence. The Survivor Network connects survivors to each other, amplifies the power of survivor voices, offers trauma-informed programs, provides information on direct services, and supports survivors who choose to become advocates.

Our Impact

Ultimately, our movement exists to end gun violence and save lives.

Thanks to the hard work of our volunteers across the country, we have won unprecedented victories against the gun lobby—at the ballot box, in state legislatures, and in corporate America.

See Our Victories
A large group of Moms Demand Action volunteers stand in front of the capitol at an Advocacy Day