A few resources that educate/support/advocate for gun safety.

February 19, 2018


Last week the mass shooting in Parkland, Florida was downright awful. Whatever your political party may be we can all agree that we want our children to be safe. I will happily vote for an opposing candidate if this person holds the values that are important to me. However, we are years away from a primary election, and it's our local representatives that need to hear our concerns and realize the value in how the bills and organizations support effect us all. This is not an anti-gun rant although I hate them and have been affected by gun violence. This is about keeping the people who want to harm others away from guns. Most importantly I want to keep guns away from our kids and schools. I follow all these organizations, and I will admit it isn't always easy to be reminded of the loss of life, the horrible statistics we are up against, but as someone who had to watch a parent (twice) mourn their child from gun violence I know, I don't want this to keep happening. I know these people and organizations are only here to help us all, so I take a deep breath and read what I need to know.

Here are a few resources that will help you become involved if you wish to, educate you on what we can do to keep guns away from our kids.

Moms Deman Action
Moms Demand Action was founded by stay-at-home mom Shannon Watts in response to the devastating shooting at Sandy Hook Elementary School. This is one of the top organizations in the fight for gun sense. This organization supports the 2nd amendment; they simply want our children and loved ones to be safe.

Everytown for Gun Safety
This organization shares on where gun violence stems from, what each states gun laws mean and consist of moms, mayors, and survivors that help. Along with Moms Demand Action, this is one of the most up to date gun safety organization available.

Sandy Hook Promise
Sandy Hook Promise was founded and is led by several family members who lost loved ones at Sandy Hook Elementary School on December 14, 2012. This nonprofit is based in Newtown, Connecticut. The organizations provide programs and practices in the hope that these practices will protect children an lost of life.

Woman's March Youth
Keep up to date on any rallies or the upcoming March 14th National School Walk Out on March 14th.


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