Learn More About Internet Safety Close
  • News & Press
  • Jobs
  • Contact Us

iPledge

 

What is iPledge?

iPledge is all about you.

Every movement gains strength in numbers. Every number has a face — starting with you.

iPledge is a citywide public awareness 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 to date!

Watch a short video to learn why more than 3,000 Philadelphians have joined the iPledge campaign to stand up to domestic violence.

Make your pledge today!

 

iPledge 2015 is Coming Soon!

Join us for the launch of the 8th Annual iPledge Campaign, and get a first look at the NEW iPledge Toolki....filled with free downloadable resources for getting involved in the effort to end domestic violence!

OCTOBER 8, 2015

NOON

LOVE PARK

We're thrilled to announce that NBC10 Meteorologist Bill Henley is returning to be our Master of Ceremonies, and we are excited to honor Dr. Arthur Evans, Commissioner of the Dept. of Behavioral Health and disAbility Services, for his leadership in creating a coordinated community response to domestic violence. Mayor Michael Nutter has also been invited as our keynote speaker.

Bring your old cell phones! iPledge Sponsor Verizon Wireless will be collecting used cell phones at the press conference through its HopeLine Program, which refurbishes phones for survivors of domestic violence.

Learn more about iPledge 2015.

 

#iPledgebecause

Commit to standing up to domestic violence. Tell us why on Facebook and Twitter! #iPledgebecause

Make your pledge today!

 

Mayor Michael Nutter at iPledge

Mayor Michael Nutter at the 2012 iPledge press conference at Love Park.

 

iPledge History

iPledge first started in 2008 and has been gaining momentum ever since. Learn the full story of iPledge's origins!

 

 

Contact Info

For media inquiries, please contact:

Katie Young Wildes
215-386-1280 x116
.(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address).

Action Alert!

Act Now -- State Budget Drags On!