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Preventing gun violence] is the number one issue for me.” — Coach Steve Kerr Thirty-six years ago, Golden State Warriors […more…]

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Brady | United Against Gun Violence:

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Gun Violence Survivor & Vice President of Development: Liz Dunning


We’re uniting people from coast to coast, liberal and conservative, young and old, fed up and fired up, to end gun violence.

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We know you care about where your money goes and how it is used. Connect with this organization’s leadership in order to begin to build this important relationship. Your email will be sent directly to this organization’s Director of Development and/or Executive Director.

Preventing gun violence is the number one issue for me. I can’t emphasize this enough: If we’re going to move forward, Brady has the plan. Together we’re unstoppable, and I hope you’ll join me in this fight to take action – not sides to end gun violence.
Steve Kerr
Gun Violence survivor
and Head Coach of the Golden State Warriors

Giving to End Gun Violence

Helping eliminate gun violence can take many forms. On the one hand, as Brady board memberTony Porter asks: “Where is the billionaire who with a $300 million gift can turn the tide of gun violence,” in the same way a gift of that magnitude has been able to save countless lives from disease and malnutrition?

On a much smaller scale, a gift of $5,000 is enough to create a deeply affecting animated short about a young person like Davey, whose example (and the commitment of his mother) can educate and inspire those looking to keep themselves and others safe.

Key Supporters

Marita Daly (Past Chair)
Pellie Anderson (Co-Chair)
Kath Tsakalakis (Co-Chair)
Jeff Bleich
Anne Ching
Kris Dyszynski
Eric Havian
Dennis Joyce
Nick Kenig
Coach Steve Kerr
Sonja Caldwell Kos
Kira Dahlgren Lancaster
Reginald Lee
John Maa
Dennis Mulqueeney
Josh McHugh
Michael Plimack
Kari & Tom Rocca
Steven Roland
Michael Ronen
Louise Serio
Steve Sposato
Eric Swergold & Dawn Dobras
Institutional Funders:
California Wellness Foundation
Lynx Foundation