iPledge is Women Against Abuse's public awarness campaign that calls on everyday Philadelphians to speak out when they see or hear domestic violence in the community. The pledge is more than 3,000 signatures strong - and counting!
1. TAKE THE #iPLEDGE BECAUSE CHALLENGE
Be a part of the movement by signing the pledge.
Then, take a selfie, holding our #iPledgeBecause speech bubble template & share the image on your social media channels.
2. DOWNLOAD THE TOOLKIT
Click here for the official iPledge toolkit, filled with everything you need to take action against domestic violence!
Domestic violence doesn’t stop when it rains, and neither do we!
Don your galoshes and join us for the iPledge Campaign press conference Friday, Sept 30th at noon on Thomas Paine Plaza – rain or shine!
(Don't worry - we'll have a big tent!)
The iPledge Campaign press conference will mark the beginning of Domestic Violence Awareness Month in Philadelphia!
When? Friday, September 30th, noon to 1 p.m.
Where? Thomas Paine Plaza, outside the Municipal Services Building,1401 John F Kennedy Blvd. (Corner of 15th St. and JFK Blvd.)
Why? To raise awareness to intimate partner violence, and launch Domestic Violence Awareness Month! The 2016 Press Conference will focus on the intersection of domestic violence and child abuse, because there are no safe children without safe families.
Who? We are excited to honor Dr. Sam P. Gulino, Chief Medical Examiner, for his leadership on behalf of child victims of abuse and domestic violence as Chair of the Act 33 Child Fatality Review Team. And we are thrillled to have Mayor James Kenney - who has been a critical part of our systems change advocacy work - give the opening remarks! We will also invite a survivor to share their story as a powerful reminder of the impact domestic violence has on our community and the importance of our work.
You can download the iPledge Toolkit here and get a head start for iPledge 2016!
Special thanks to 2016 iPledge sponsors Verizon, Health Partners Plans, Wawa, eXude and NBC10!
iPledge first started in 2008 and has been gaining momentum ever since. Learn about the impact iPledge is making!