The Joyful Heart Foundation is proud to be part of the transformative NO MORE movement. For the first time, NO MORE unites our entire society around the commitment to end—yes, end—domestic violence and sexual assault.
NO MORE publicly launched in 2013. Using its signature blue symbol to increase visibility and foster greater dialogue, NO MORE seeks to break social stigma, normalize the conversation around domestic violence and sexual assault, and increase resources to address these urgent issues. NO MORE is aligned with hundreds of organizations working at the local, state and national levels on prevention, advocacy, and services for survivors.
The peace sign, the red ribbon, the pink ribbon—all of them have changed the way we think about, respond to and behave around urgent issues. Now, for the first time, the movement working to bring domestic violence and sexual assault to an end comes together under one symbol, one sign, one beacon:
It’s a commitment, a vision, a line drawn—and most of all, a call to action.
How Joyful Heart Says NO MORE
1. Joyful Heart's NO MORE PSA Campaign
Joyful Heart is deeply proud to have created and produced the groundbreaking NO MORE PSA campaign, directed by Mariska Hargitay. The campaign has brought together an unprecedented number of celebrities, athletes and public figures coming together to engage bystanders and support survivors.
2. Hawai‘i Says NO MORE
In 2014, Joyful Heart convened leaders from domestic violence and sexual assault organizations, government offices and the community in Hawai‘i, where Joyful Heart was founded. The goal: to develop a Hawai‘i version of the national initiative. Hawai‘i Says NO MORE challenges the attitudes and behaviors that lead to this violence while promoting local values that reflect aloha, respect and our connections through ‘ohana. Hawai‘i Says NO MORE is now guided by a dozen Core Team members including Joyful Heart.
In fall 2016, building on the success of Joyful Heart's national NO MORE PSA campaign, we spearheaded a local campaign featuring 23 beloved locally- and nationally-recognized musicians, television personalities, athletes, cultural practitioners, and community leaders in Hawai‘i. With television placement on Hawaii News Now, as well as a print and outdoor campaign, it is going to be visible throughout Hawai‘i.
Learn more at hawaiisaysnomore.org.
3. Thought Leadership
Finally Joyful Heart’s CEO, Maile Zambuto, is on the Executive Committee of NO MORE, and Joyful Heart is also one of two-dozen national non-profit organizations represented on the NO MORE Steering Committee.
Get involved. Show your support and join the NO MORE movement.