Resources

Please visit our partners, key stakeholders, and informative resources below.

Alliance For Gun Responsibility

The Alliance for Gun Responsibility works to end the gun violence crisis in our community and to promote a culture of gun ownership that balances rights with responsibilities. Through collaboration with experts, civic leaders, and citizens, we work to find evidenced-based solutions to the crisis of gun violence in our community. We create innovative policy, advocate for changes in laws, and promote community education to reduce gun violence.

2016 Gun Responsibility Scorecard

A scorecard put together by the Alliance for Gun Responsibility grading how Washington state legislators voted on critical measures.

Washington State Legislature

Provides extensive public access to state senators and state representatives as well as legislation.

King County Public Health
Data and reports about gun violence in King County, WA.

Moms Demand Action for Gun Sense in America

Much like Mothers Against Drunk Driving was created to reduce drunk driving, Moms Demand Action for Gun Sense in America was created to demand action from legislators, state and federal; companies; and educational institutions to establish common-sense gun reforms.

Cape Cod Grandmothers Against Gun Violence:

Cape Cod Grandmothers Against GunViolence is a group based on Cape Cod with the goal of raising awareness about gun violence.

League of Women Voters of Washington State                                                   

The League of Women Voters of Washington has positions that “government should regulate ownership and possession of firearms and limit their accessibility” and supports “background and verification checks for gun purchasers.”  As gun safety issues continue as a hot topic in our communities, LWVWA presents this toolkit as a collection of sound, fact-based resources to spark discussion and advocacy about these critical issues.

Be Smart for Kids

The Be SMART campaign was created to bring together all responsible adults to reduce the number of unintentional shootings that occur when children get ahold of an unsecured firearm.