Take Action Against Gun Violence

Gun Violence Watch (GVW) is dedicated to raising awareness about the devastating impact of gun violence in Texas and advocating for meaningful change. We believe that by sharing the stories of those who have been lost, we can ensure that their memories are never forgotten and that their stories inspire action.

As part of our commitment to the cause, we want to connect you with organizations that are actively working to address gun violence across the country.

Get Involved with These Organizations

Sandy Hook Promise

Sandy Hook Promise (SHP) was established following the 2012 Sandy Hook Elementary School shooting, with a focus on gun violence prevention programs and policy making. Its primary goal is to educate and empower both youth and adults to prevent violence in schools, homes, and communities.


Everytown for Gun Safety is a U.S. nonprofit formed in 2013 from the merger of Mayors Against Illegal Guns and Moms Demand Action for Gun Sense in America. It advocates for gun control, aiming to educate policymakers and the public about gun violence consequences.


Brady: United Against Gun Violence, formerly known as Handgun Control, Inc., advocates for gun control and against gun violence. Founded in 1974 as the National Council to Control Handguns, it later became the Brady Campaign to Prevent Gun Violence. In 2019, it was rebranded as Brady.

The National Collaborative on Gun Violence Research

Their objective is to finance and distribute nonpartisan, evidence-based research, providing both the public and policymakers with factual groundwork to craft equitable and impactful gun policies.

Moms Demand Action

Moms Demand Action is a grassroots movement in America advocating for public safety measures against gun violence. They strive for stronger gun laws, closing loopholes, promoting responsible gun ownership, and believe in the preventability of gun violence, committed to ensuring family safety.


Giffords, an American advocacy group, was founded by former congresswoman Gabby Giffords after she was shot in 2011. It focuses on promoting gun control through lobbying, research, and political action.

The National Collaborative on Gun Violence Research

States United to Prevent Gun Violence supports 32 independent state organizations, aiding their efforts in promoting stronger gun laws, community education, and grassroots action to reduce gun violence. Together, they work towards a comprehensive solution across all 50 states.