The Joyful Heart Foundation is proud to be part of this transformative initiative. For the first time, NO MORE unites our entire society—advocates, companies, legislators, survivors and the public—around the commitment to end—yes, end—domestic violence and sexual assault.

The peace sign, the red ribbon, the pink ribbon—all of them have changed the way we think about, respond to and behave around urgent issues. Now, for the first time, the movement working to bring domestic violence and sexual assault to an end comes together under one symbol, one sign, one beacon:


It’s a commitment, a vision, a line drawn—and most of all, a call to action.


NO MORE fear of the issues.
NO MORE ignorance about the issues.
NO MORE leaving it to others to find answers.
NO MORE blaming survivors.
NO MORE silence.
NO MORE standing by and doing nothing.

The Joyful Heart Foundation is deeply proud to be spearheading a groundbreaking PSA campaign in partnership with and support of NO MORE, directed by Mariska Hargitay. It brings together an unprecedented number of celebrities and public figures coming together to challenge bystanders to say NO MORE excuses, NO MORE silence, NO MORE violence.

The three-year campaign began September 23, 2013.

View the full NO MORE PSA campaign, including all the video and print creative assets and behind the scenes photos.

Learn more about the genesis of the NO MORE movement.

Take Action: How You Can Get Involved


Learn about these issues and talk openly about them. Break the silence. Speak out. Seek help when you see this problem or harassment of any kind in your family, your community, your workplace or school. Upload your photo to the NO MORE gallery and tell us why you say NO MORE.


Help raise awareness about domestic violence and sexual assault by sharing NO MORE. Share the PSAs. Download the Tools to Say NO MORE and share NO MORE with everyone you know. Facebook it. Tweet it. Instagram it. Pin it.


Show NO MORE by wearing your NO MORE gear everyday, supporting partner groups working to end domestic violence and sexual assault and volunteering in your community.

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