We Remember, We Honor.
Thank you for joining us in our 12 Days of Action. We are so glad to have you as an active member of our extended community. For the next 12 days, we will post daily actions for you to make a difference in ending gun violence. ​
Today's Action: I care about you.
Compassion defines today's action, which is simple: tell someone that you care about them. In person. Perhaps it's someone you've known for years or someone you've just met. Purposefully create a culture where you make vital connections with others to set the foundation for a better future. Don't wait until it's too late.

I care about you.

Watch the video above, and visit our friends at Sandy Hook Promise to learn more about their life-saving programs to stop gun violence before it happens. Sign up to volunteer with them, or support them in a way that you can.
Our first day of 12 Days of Action is lovingly dedicated to the memories of the children and educators who were killed five years ago today.

Charlotte Bacon. Rachel D’Avino. Daniel Barden. Olivia Engel. Josephine Gay. Ana Marquez-Greene. Madeleine F. Hsu. Dylan Hockley. Dawn Hochsprung. Catherine V. Hubbard. Chase Kowalski. Jesse Lewis. James Mattioli. Grace McDonnell. Emilie Parker. Anne Marie Murphy. Jack Pinto. Noah Pozner. Caroline Previdi. Lauren Rousseau. Jessica Rekos. Mary Sherlach. Avielle Richman. Benjamin Wheeler. Victoria Soto. Allison N. Wyatt.
Lightworker Energy Art by Laurie
Newtown residents:

The Newtown Center for Support and Wellness will have extended hours today, December 14. Located at 28 Trades Lane (just inside the main entrance of the Fairfield Hills campus). NCSW will be open from 7 am to 7 pm. Any member of the public who feels they would like to drop in for reflection, or to speak with a member of the Center’s staff on the fifth anniversary of 12/14, is invited to do so. For more information, call 203-270-4612.

Separately, Thursday evening there will be an interfaith service at Trinity Church beginning at 7 pm, and St. Rose Church will hold a Mass beginning at 7:30 pm. On Friday, December 15, Congregation Adath Israel will hold its annual memorial service honoring those killed on 12/14 during its Friday evening Shabbat service. The service will begin at 7:30. Click here for more information.

We care about you.
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Sign up here to be a part of the 12 Days of Action event and get 12 alerts daily, starting 12/14 and ending 12/25. The action alerts will also be posted on facebook.com/TheEnoughCampaign and on Twitter @EnoughCampaign1 .
The mission of The ENOUGH Campaign is to protect our families and our country as we advocate for more public awareness on the issues of gun violence prevention in America. Through legislative advocacy and community education, we champion stronger gun laws and aim to transform public perceptions of gun safety.
The ENOUGH Campaign is a proud member of the Newtown Action Alliance