I-594 Rally Speaker, Richard Martinez, with Margy Heldring. Saturday, November 1st
GAGV Rally for I-594 in Meridian Park on Grandparents Day, September 7th
Governor Gregoire and Margy Heldring supporting I-594
Seattle Central Public Library Sit-In - Saturday, March 1st, 2014
GAGV joins Moms Demand Action - Seattle Central Public Library - 3/1/2014
Seattle Central Public Library Sit-In and Story time - Saturday, March 1st, 2014
Grandmothers go to Olympia January 30 to lobby for background checks!
Ringing Bells for Newtown - Seattle, December 14th, 2013
Newtown Memorial in Seattle on Saturday, December 14th , 2013

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A CALL TO ACTION – Use the simple link below to write to your legislators to support bills that improve gun safety and responsibility. PLEASE ACT NOW as bills are still being introduced and considered for action. The gun lobby remains strong and wily and we must show our legislators we will, with determination, continue to promote responsible gun ownership.  Have your voice heard: http://action.wagunresponsibility.org/page/speakout/gagv-stronger-gun-laws

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Grandmothers Lobby Day

                       in Olympia – March 17                             

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Congratulations Washington on the I-594 Victory! Thanks to you all!

 Our hard work has helped to give people everywhere hope that we can move beyond the pain of repetitive gun violence.  We have built a strong GAGV community with a positive profile across the country, and we are ready to speak up, stand up and show up for gun safety and responsibility.                        

67067963_scaled_144x144We are Grandmothers Against Gun Violence

Our vision is to seek a safer world for our grandchildren and for theirs.

Welcome to a growing grassroots organization. We came together after the terrible tragedy in Newtown. We are grandmothers. We are women who want to use our voices in a civil conversation about gun safety, about ending gun violence in our towns, cities, and nation. Founded in Seattle, we encourage other grandmothers across the country to come together and join us. We remember that it is women who spark so much positive social change, whose determination to stand up can change a culture.