How Voices to End Violence Helps Teach Healthy Relationships in School

Updated: Feb 25

Toriann Lawrence and Dan Moyle discuss the Healthy Relationships program Tori teaches in our schools and the Voices to End Violence campaign Dan helps with, with the goal to fund the program.

Our mission with Voices to End Violence is to help create a world where all men and boys are loving and respectful, and all women and girls are valued and safe.

Donate to Voices to End Violence here

Voices to End Violence is YOU and other concerned men in the community!  It was born out of the belief that men have a crucial role to play in the movement to end violence that is impacting our daughters, sisters, mothers, partners and friends. By contributing $100 to this annual campaign, you help raise crucial dollars needed for educational, awareness and prevention initiatives in our communities.  As a VOICES contributor, you also are taking a public stand to end sexual assault and domestic/dating violence by agreeing to have your name published annually, in local newspapers.

How You Can Help:

Learn more about the Voices To End Violence Initiative. Add your name to the list of supporters and help end violence by making an annual $100 donation to the cause. Then invite 10 friends to join your VOICE.

Ask your workplace to host a “VOICES Day.” Encourage staff to wear a purple ribbon, put up a purple ribbon display, invite Domestic And Sexual Abuse Services Prevention Educator to come into your work place and explain the dynamics of abuse.

Believe survivors of sexual assault and domestic abuse. Survivors may face questions and collective minimizing from the people they tell. As an initial response, train yourself to believe first. Listen. Provide support.

If you need resources or help in any way, call our 24 hour hotline at 800-828-2023 or visit

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