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Domestic Violence Awareness

Displaying purple throughout the community sends a strong message that there is no place for domestic violence in our homes, neighborhoods, schools and workplaces.

Residents, schools and employers can get started to help Paint Phoenix Purple with any of the following ideas:

Everyone

  • Read and sign a Commitment to Act (pdf) and display it in a prominent place
  • Post a picture using #paintphxpurple. Use your own idea or the  “I Paint Phoenix Purple Because…” card
  • Wear purple ribbons
  • Wear purple clothing on October 20 for Wear Purple Day
  • Place purple ribbons on cars
  • Turn computer screen savers purple
  • Send out emails to employees with information on domestic violence
  • Post domestic violence awareness information on your website

    Paint Phoenix Purple Partners

    Paint Phoenix Purple Partners: ACESDV, Sandra Day O’Connor Institute, Justice Sandra Day O’Connor, Phoenix City Councilman & Councilwomen, Vice Mayor Jim Waring and Mayor Greg Stanton

  • Change outdoor light bulbs to purple
  • Use purple napkins/straws (restaurants)
  • Provide information and training on domestic violence
  • Organize “In Her Shoes” exercise
  • Donate to local domestic violence shelters
  • Order free domestic violence awareness posters
  • Listen to free recorded webinars or register to participate in upcoming Trainings & Webinars from the Arizona Coalition to End Sexual and Domestic Violence

 

Show us how you are Painting Phoenix Purple using #paintphxpurple on facebook or twitter