Everytown for Gun Safety
Moms Demand Action for Gun Sense in America
450 Lexington Ave Ste 4184
New York, New York 10163
Michael R. Bloomberg, Co-Chair
* Art Acevedo — Chief of Police, Austin, TX
* Tom Barrett — Mayor of Milwaukee, WI
* Stephen Barton — Survivor of Aurora movie theater shooting
* Michael R. Bloomberg — Former Mayor of New York, NY
* David Boren — Former governor and United States Senator from Oklahoma
* Eli Broad — Philanthropist
* Warren Buffett — Investor
* Gloria Chavez — Mayor of Tijeras, NM
* David Chipman — Former Agent of the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms, and Explosives
* Michael B. Coleman — Former mayor of Columbus, OH
* Carlos Giménez — Mayor of Miami-Dade County, FL
* Roxanna Green — Mother of Roxanna Green, killed at 2011 Tucson shooting
* Nick Hanauer — Venture capitalist
* Geoffrey Henry — Mayor of Oxford, PA
* Irwin M. Jacobs—Former Chairman of Qualcomm
* Danny Jones — Mayor Of Charleston, West Virginia
* Ken Lerer — Businessman and media executive
* John Mack — Former CEO of Morgan Stanley
* Chris McDonnell—Father of Grace McDonnell, a student killed at the Sandy Hook Elementary School Shooting
* Marc Morial — President of the National Urban League
* Mike Mullen — Admiral in the U.S. Navy, Ret.
* Michael Nutter — Mayor of Philadelphia, PA
* Annise Parker — Mayor of Houston, TX
* Cleopatra Pendleton — Mother of Hadiya Pendleton, killed by gunfire
* Nathaniel Pendleton — Father of Hadiya Pendleton, killed by gunfire
* Gilles Rousseau — Father of Lauren Rousseau, a teacher killed at Sandy Hook Elementary Shooting
* Christy Salters Martin — Former professional boxer, survivor of gun violence
* Shannon Watts — Founder of Moms Demand Action for Gun Sense
Brady Campaign to Prevent Gun Violence (BCPGV)
Headquarters: 1225 Eye Street, N.W., Suite 1100
Washington, DC 20005
(202) 898-0792 Fax: (202) 371-9615
Communications Fax: (202) 682-4462
Regional Offices: 10951 W. Pico Boulevard, Suite 204
Los Angeles, CA 90064
(213) 446-0056 Fax: (310) 475-3147
268 Bush Street, Box 555
San Francisco, CA 94108
(415) 433-3535 Fax: (415) 433-3357
705 12th Avenue
San Diego, CA 92101
(619) 557-0100 Fax: (619) 233-6682
11 South LaSalle Street, Suite 2302
Chicago, IL 60603
(312) 920-0504 Fax: (312) 920-0807
Founding Chair: Nelson T. "Pete" Shields, III
Chair: Sarah Brady
President: Michael Barnes
Treasurer: Mark Ingram
Secretary: Lois Hess
Board of Directors:
Edward O. Welles
Publication: Washington Report, quarterly
PAC: National Handgun Control Voter Education Fund
Membership: 250,000 dues-paying members. HCI claims 1,000,000+ members, but this includes contacts by interested parties by any means.
In 2001, Handgun Control, Inc. changed its name to Brady Campaign to Prevent Gun Violence. The organization originated (1974) as the National Council to Control Handguns (NCCH), a group which lobbied for government restrictions on the right to keep and bear arms through support for restrictions on the manufacture, importation, sale, transfer, and civilian possession of handguns. The organization voiced a desire for an eventual handgun ban through gradual steps, but changed its name and espoused goals due to results of a survey. In 1991, then HCI amended its Articles of Incorporation to reflect its support of restrictions on rifles and shotguns as well.
Additionally, in 2001, BCPGV absorbed the financially strapped "Million Mom March" (MMM) organization. MMM is a chapter-based organization formed in 1999 as a reaction to the shooting at the Jewish Community Center in suburban Los Angeles. Their stated goal is to win passage of "gun laws, including: (1) licensing of handgun owners, (2) registration of handguns, (3) creating consumer product safety standards for guns, (4) closing the "gun show loophole," and (5) limiting gun purchases to no more than one a month." They staged a march in Washington, D.C. On Mothers Day 2000 and have continued to build a national organization. The founder, Donna Dees-Thomases is a close friend of Bill and Hillary Clinton.
BCPGV National Committee:
Rabbi Jos. B. Glaser
Elliot Jones Halberstam
Janet Gray Hayes
Albert Jenner, Jr.
Patricia Kennedy Lawford
George D. Newton, Jr.
Will Rogers, Jr.
James W. Rouse
Rabbi Alexander M. Schindler
Dr. Emanuel Taney
The Center to Prevent Handgun Violence (CPHV) is a BCPGV "educational" spin-off that portrays firearms and their ownership as inherently dangerous. Straight Talk About Risks (S.T.A.R.), CPHV's politically-based anti-gun curriculum targets schoolchildren aged pre-K through 12th grade. The CPHV is located at 1400 K Street, N.W., Suite 500, Washington, DC 20005.
Coalition to Stop Gun Violence (CSGV)
Headquarters: 100 Maryland Avenue, N.E.
Washington, DC 20002
President: Michael K. Beard
Co-Chairpersons: Ethel Kennedy, Coretta Scott King
Monsignor John J. Egan
Walter E. Fauntroy
Dr. Dorothy Height
Comm. George Napper
Dr. Alvin F. Pouissant
Rabbi David Sapperstein
The Coalition to Stop Gun Violence (CSGV), was originally formed in 1975 as the National Coalition to Ban Handguns (NCBH) "for the purposes of banning the importation, manufacture, sale, transfer, ownership and possession of handguns." In 1989, after expanding its efforts to include restrictions on all firearms, the group adopted its new name, Coalition to Stop Gun Violence.
The United Methodist Church was the principle founder of CSGV. CSGV's membership is comprised of individual supporters. Ex-CIA employee, Edward O. Welles, who also helped to form HCI, was an original NCBH board member and, reportedly, NCCH/HCI was an unreported member of the Coalition for several years.
CSGV's policy-making membership is comprised of the following 44 national organizations:
American Academy of Pediatrics
American Association of Suicidology
American Ethical Union
Americans for Democratic Action
American Jewish Committee
American Jewish Congress
American Psychiatric Association
American Public Health Association
Baptist Peace Fellowship of North America
The Bible Holiness Movement, International
B'nai B'rith Women
Center for Science in the Public Interest
Central Conference of American Rabbis
Child Welfare League
Church of the Brethren, Washington Office
Citizens For Safety
The Communitarian Network
The Council of The Great City Schools
The DISARM Education Fund
Friends Committee on National Legislation
International Ladies Garment Workers Union
Jesuit Conference Office of Social Ministries
Jewish Community Center Association
Mennonite Central Comm., DC Office
National Association of Social Workers
National Council of Jewish Women, Inc.
National Council of Negro Women, Inc.
National Urban League, Inc.
North American Federation of Temple Youth
Pan American Trauma Association
Presbyterian Church USA,
Social Justice and Peacemaking Ministry Unit
Union of American Hebrew Congregations,
Religious Action Center
Unitarian Universalist Association
United Church of Christ, Office for Church and Society
United Federation of Teachers
United Methodist Church, Board of Church and Society
U.S. Conference of Mayors
U.S. Student Association
United Synagogues of America
Women's League for Conservative Judaism
Women's National Democratic Club
YWCA of the U.S.A.
The Educational Fund to End Handgun Violence (EFEHV)
Headquarters: Box 72
110 Maryland Avenue, N.E.
Washington, DC 20002
Director: Josh Horwitz
Incorporated in 1978 as an "educational" spin-off to the Coalition to Stop Gun Violence, the EFEHV is supported by private donations and foundation grants. The fund distributes anti-gun research on handgun violence, firearms marketing and production, and firearms design.
The Violence Policy Center (VPC)
Headquarters: 1300 N Street, N.W.
Washington, DC 20005
Executive Director: Josh Sugarmann
Of Counsel: Kristen Rand
The Violence Policy Center is the new name of the New Right Watch (NRW), a non-profit group that "researched" what it perceived as a new right-wing American political movement. NRW focused its attack on semi-automatic firearms with two releases: "Assault Weapons and Accessories in America" (1988), a joint effort with EFEHV, and "Assault Weapons: Analysis, New Research, and Legislation" (1989). Funding for New Right Watch was received from individual and foundation grants.
VPC is a non-profit national "educational" foundation that proposes firearms restrictions, including total handgun prohibition, as measures to reduce violence in America. VPC's Executive Director, Josh Sugarmann, formerly the Executive Director of the New Right Watch and, previously, with the National Coalition to Ban Handguns, authored a book attacking the NRA -- NRA: Money, Firepower, and Fear (1992). In 1997, VPC produced a report attacking NRA's Eddie Eagle program, calling it "Joe Camel with feathers". This attack was so scurrilous that many in the media denounced it. It stands as clear evidence that VPC is more interested in attacking NRA than in finding any rational or effective solutions to violence in America.
Headquarters: 1290 Avenue of the Americas
New York, NY 10104
Executive Director: Elizabeth Schmidt
CeaseFire, Inc. was formed in 1995 with a stated mission to "reshape the gun violence debate in America." Infused with money from Courtney Love, the widow of rock star Curt Cobain, who committed suicide, the organization signed on the numerous high- profile celebrities and business people listed below to their advisory panel. CeaseFire runs TV Public Service Announcements with celebrities and runs print advertising in major newspapers and magazines with the message that guns are dangerous and gun ownership is a threat to family and friends. Their stated goal is to promote "handgun-free homes and families" by claiming that gun ownership is a public health threat.
Advisory Panel Members
Reginald Brack, Chairman, Time, Inc.
Fmr. Senator Bill Bradley, (D-NJ)
Stephen Brobeck, Exec. Dir. Consumer Federation of America
Doug Carlston, Chairman and CEO, Broderbund Software, Inc.
Fmr.President Jimmy Carter
K. Kaufer Christoffel, M.D., M.P.H., Children's Mem. Hospital, Chicago
Walter Cronkite, Journalist
Barry Diller, Chairman, Silver King Communications
Michael Douglas, Actor
Millard Drexler, CEO, Gap. Inc.
Marian Wright Edelman, President, Children's Defense Fund
Michael Eisner, Chairman and CEO, The Walt Disney Co.
Susan Estrich, Professor, The Law Center, The University of Southern California
Senator Dianne Feinstein, (D-CA)
Mark Finucane, Former Chairman, National Association of Public Hospitals
Tom Freston, Chairman, MTV Networks
Kieth Geiger, Pres., Nat'l Education Association
Gerald Grinstein, Chairman, Burlington Northern
Alan G. Hassenfeld, Chairman, Pres. and CEO, Hasbro, Inc.
Deborah Leff, Pres., The Joyce Foundation
H. Michael Lemmons, Exec. Dir., Congress of Nat'l Black Churches
Edward Malloy, Pres., University of Notre Dame
Paul Newman, Actor
Michael Ovitz, Pres., The Walt Disney Company
Ron Perlman, Pres., Revlon, Inc.
Mike Pertschuk, Co-Director, The Advocacy Institute
Roberta Copper Ramo, Pres. American Bar Association
Steve Rattner, General Partner, Lazard Freres & Co.
Matt Rodriguez, Superintendent, Chicago Police Department
Mark Rosenburg, M.D., M.P.H., Director, Nat'l Center for Injury
Prevention and Control
Dewey Stokes, Former Nat'l Pres., FOP
Howard Stringer, Chairman and CEO, TELE-TV
Stephen Teret, M.D., M.P.H., Director, John Hopkins Center for Gun Policy and Research
James Todd, M. D., Executive Vice-Pres., AMA
Jann S. Wenner, Chairman, Wenner Media, Inc.
Lois Jean White, Pres.-Elect, Nat'l PTA
Jay Winston, Director, Center for Health Communications, Harvard University
Americans for Gun Safety
Phone (202) 775-0300
Founder: Andrew McKelvey
Executive Director: Casey Anderson
AGS was formed in June, 2000 and claims to be a centerist gun safety group. Its original Executive Director, however, is the former Chief of staff to the aggressively anti-gun Andrew Cuomo at the Department of Housing and Urban Development. It's current Executive Director was chief of staff to extreme anti-Second Amendment congressman Martin Meehan (D-Mass.)
AGS is building a national group by affiliating with smaller state based groups and providing them with funding and an national network under which to operate.
Handgun-Free America, Inc.
1600 Wilson Blvd., Suite 800
Arlington, VA 22209
(703) 465-0474 - Phone
(703) 465-5603 - Fax
Handgun-Free America (HFA) is a national, membership-based non-profit organization dedicated to building up strong support for the initiative to ban private handgun ownership in the United States. HFA is organized as a tax-exempt educational organization, which prohibits it from engaging in any direct political action.
Center for American Progress
1333 H Street NW, 10th Floor
Washington DC, 20005
John Podesta, Chair and Counselor
Winnie Stachelberg, Executive VP for External Affairs
Carol Browner, Distinguished Senior Fellow
Center for American Progress is a left leaning political advocacy group that has called for passage of new restrictions on gun ownership, including a ban on private gun sales.
Consumer Federation of America
1424 16th Street, NW
Washington, DC 20036
Organized in 1968, the CFA is a federation of consumer groups from around the nation. It currently has 260 members all parts of the country (For a list see http://www.stateandlocal.org/listomems.html.)
CFA has now made the regulation of firearms a primary area of activity. They are the primary proponent of the Firearms Safety and Consumer Protection Act, which would give the U.S. Treasury Department broad authority to regulate guns, including the authority to ban them. CFA also operates a tax-exempt 501 (c) (3) called the Consumer Federation of America Foundation.
Children's Memorial Hospital
2300 Children's Plaza
Chicago, Illinois 60614
Phone (773) 880-3826
Fax (773) 880-6615
HELP Network was formed in 1993 and claims to be the "health voice in the national debate about handgun violence." HELP endorses reducing civilian access to handguns, and funds research to support that agenda.
441 Stuart Street
Boston, Massachusetts 02116
Phone (617) 437-1500
Fax (617) 437-9394
Join Together was formed to serve as a national organizing link for national, state and local organizations to promote anti- violence prevention programs and to support passage of restrictive gun laws. In particular, Join Together supports the "public health" approach to criminal violence, seeking to treat crime as a disease and firearms as the cause.
The American Jewish Congress
15 East 84th Street
New York, NY 10028
Phone (212) 360-1540
Fax (212) 249-3672
Jack Rosen, President
Phil Baum, Executive Director
2027 Massachusetts Ave., N.W.
Washington, D.C. 20036
Phone (202) 332-4001
Matthew Dorf, Director
The American Jewish Congress has long supported restrictive gun laws. However, they are now engaged in active Congressional lobbying for passage of legislation that infringes Second Amendment rights.
The Ford Foundation
320 East 43rd Street
New York, NY 10017
The Ford Foundation has provided financial grants to programs aimed at restricting gun ownership and regulating gun owners' rights.
The John D. and Catherine T. MacArthur Foundation
140 S. Dearborn St. Ste. 1100
Chicago, IL 60603-5285
Phone (312) 726-8000
The MacArthur Foundation is a primary source of financial support for groups and individuals promoting the anti-gun agenda.
The Joyce Foundation
135 South LaSalle Street, Suite 4010
Chicago, Illinois 60603
Phone (312) 782-2426
Fax (312) 782-4160
The Joyce Foundation is one of the leading sources of funding for anti-gun groups and individuals. Anti-gun academics receive grants to complete studies that invariably find a link between gun ownership and crime.
The David and Lucille Packard Foundation
300 Second Street, Suite 200
Los Altos, California 94022
The Packard Foundation has provided significant financial support to the Million Mom March, now part of the Brady Campaign, and has funded anti-gun research.
Firearm Injury Center at Penn (FICAP)
3440 Market Street, First Floor
University of Pennsylvania Health System
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19104-3335
FICAP, founded in 1997 at the University of Pennsylvania, conducts research on firearms as a "public health" problem. This research is designed to show that restrictions on firearms ownership are the solution to firearms injuries. FICAP is funded by the anti-gun Joyce Foundation (see above) and designs research projects to produce anti-gun research that is used to influence the media, policy makers and legislators.
Physicians for Social Responsibility
1101 14th Street NW, Suite 700
Washington, D.C. 20005
Phone (202) 898-0150
Fax (202) 898-0172
Originally formed to oppose nuclear weapons, PSR has widened their scope to include many other causes. On firearms it has endorsed international small arms disarmament. PSR has endorsed virtually every restrictive gun law which has been proposed including one-gun-a-month, ban on "junk" guns, and ammunition purchase restrictions.
California Wellness Foundation
6320 Canoga Ave., Suite 1700
Woodland Hills, California 91367-7111
Phone (818) 593-6600
Board of Directors
Earl G. Mink, Chair
Alice A. Lytle, J.D., Vice Chair
Gary L. Yates, President and CEO
Ezra C. Davidson, Jr., M.D.
Kenneth W. Kizer, M.D.
Stewart Kwoh, J.D.
Luz Vega Marquis
Barbara Marshall, R.N.
Douglas X. Patino, PH.D.
The California Wellness Foundation is a private foundation funded in February, 1992 by a substantial endowment from Health Net, one of California's largest health maintenance organizations. Through grants the Foundation funds research and public action targeted at "public health" issues. This includes grants for anti-gun research, community and governmental action, and policy advocacy. This foundation is one of the primary funding sources for state and local anti-gun causes.
Alliance For Justice
The Alliance for Justice is a national association of environmental, civil rights, mental health, women's, children's and consumer advocacy organizations. Founded in 1979, the stated goals of the Alliance is to "advance the cause of justice for all Americans, strengthen the public interest community's ability to influence public policy, and foster the next generation of advocates." The alliance created a "student advocacy group" entitled "Gun Industry Watch" which bills itself as a student watchdog network that monitors gun industry and the NRA.
National Black Police Association
3251 Mt. Pleasant Street, N.W. Second Floor
Washington, DC 20010-2103
Phone (202) 986-2070
The National Black Police Association is a nationwide organization of African American Police Associations. They have endorsed the prohibition on the manufacture of handguns and support strict restriction on their ownership and use.
National Organization of Black Law Enforcement Executives
MAURICE FOSTER, ESQ., Executive Director
4609 Pinecrest Office Park Drive, Suite F
Alexandria, Virginia 22312-1442
Phone (703) 658-1529
Fax (703) 658-9479
The National Organization of Black Law Enforcement Executives (NOBLE) was founded in September, 1976. NOBLE has passed resolutions supporting the goals and efforts of the Brady Campaign.
State Anti-Gun Organizations
The following organizations operate at the state level to promote the passage of anti-gun laws and ordinances. These groups are also very active in the area of initiatives and referendums in those states which allow these plebiscites.
Society Against Firearm Endangerment
502 Montgomery Highway
Vestavia Hills, AL 35216
Mothers Against Violence
Marilyn & Michael Jackson
605 40th Street
Fairfield, AL 35064
Handgun Control Activists
3617 W. Camino Real
Glendale, AZ 85310
Californians for Responsible Gun Laws
2140 Shattuck Ave.
Berkley, CA 94704
Pacific Center for Violence Prevention
San Francisco General Hospital
San Francisco, CA 94110
Women Against Gun Violence
Ann Reiss Lane
P.O. Box 1501
Culver City, CA 90232-1501
Los Angeles Teens On Target/Youth Alive
7601 Imperial Hwy.
JPI - Room # 31T-3135
Downey, CA 90242
Colorado Children's Campaign
Barbara O Brien
Denver, CO 80203
Physicians for Social Responsibility -- Colorado
1738 Wynkoop St., Ste. 1
Denver, CO 80202
Connecticut Coalition Against Gun Violence
P.O. Box 523
Southport, CT 06490
Florida Coalition to Stop Gun Violence
P.O. Box 644
Dania, FL 33004
MAD DADS of Greater Ocala
P.O. Box 3704
Ocala, FL 34478
Georgians Against Gun Violence, Inc.
Ronald W. Horn--Board Chairman
P.O. Box 673732
Marietta, GA 30006-0063
Georgians United Against Gun Violence
Clinton M. Marsh
1401 Adams Dr., SW
Atlanta, GA 30311
450 Kaha St.
Kailua, HI 96734
Hawaii Firearms Control Coalition
P.O. Box 1245
Kaneoke, HI 96744
Illinois Council Against Handgun Violence
223 W. Jackson Suite 802
Chicago, IL 60606
Quad Citizens for Responsible Gun Laws
P.O. Box 3084
Rock Island, IL 61204-3084
Rise High Projects
Chicago, IL 60613
Concerned Citizens About Gun Violence
4600 Sunset Ave.
Indianapolis, IN 46208
G.R.I.E.F. of Indiana
2915 North Oakwood
Muncie, IN 47303
Iowans for the Prevention of Gun Violence
P.O. Box 2643
Cedar Rapids, IA 52406
Kentuckian's Chapter for Handgun Control
306 Chelsea Road
Louisville, KY 40207
Kentucky Voice for Crime Victims
P.O. Box 14123
Louisville, KY 40212-1023
Presbyterian Church (USA)
Reverend Kathy Lancaster
Criminal Justice Office
100 Witherspoon St.
Louisville, KY 40202-1396
254 Nelson Dr.
Baton Rouge, LA 70808
Marylanders Against Handgun Abuse
3000 Chestnut Ave, Ste. 203
Baltimore, MD 21211
Americans for a Non-Violent Society
P.O. Box 497
Natick, MA 01760-0005
Citizens for Safety
95 Berkeley Street, Room 412
Boston, MA 02116
Dorchester Youth Collaborative
1514-A Dorchester Ave.
Dorchester, MA 02122
Stop Handgun Violence
29 Crafts Street, Ste. 300
Newton, MA 02135
Michigan Citizens for Handgun Control
801 S Adams, Ste 104
Birmingham, MI 48009
2441 W Grand Blvd.
Detroit, MI 48208
Women Against Gun Violence
P.O. Box 2453
Farmington Hills, MI 48331
Citizens for a Safer Minnesota
Mary Lewis Grow
1238 East Shryer Avenue
Maplewood, MN 55109
5704 Kemrich Dr.
Edina, MN 55435
Ad Hoc Group Against Crime
3330 Troost Ave
Kansas City, MO 64109
Coalition Against Concealed Guns
3692 Runnymeade St.
Charles, MO 63301
Missourians Against Handgun Violence
9378 Olive, Ste. 120
St. Louis, MO 63132
P.O. Box 10053
Kansas City, MO 64171
Nebraskans for Responsible Gun Ownership
16512 Frederick Circle
Omaha, NE 69130
Seacoast Advocates for Gun Control
55 Lang Road
Rye, NH 03870
Cease Fire New Jersey
15 East Redman Avenue
Haddonfield, NJ 08033
176 West State St.
Trenton, NJ 08608-1190
2000 Florence Avenue
Hazlet, NJ 07730
199 Laurel Circle
Princeton, NJ 08540-2718
New Mexico Ceasefire
922 Acequia Madre
Santa Fe, NM 87501
Fellowship of Reconciliation
Nyack, NY 10960
Handgun Control of New York
26 W 84th Street
New York, NY 10024
Mothers Against Violence
Harlem Hospital Center
Division of Plastic Surgery
506 Lenox Ave
New York, NY 10037
New Yorkers Against Gun Violence
Barbara E. Hohlt
322 Bleecker St., #E9
New York, NY 10014
Long Island: 516-733-0029
Committee For The Silent March
322 Bleecker St., #E9
New York, NY 10014
North Carolinians Against Gun Violence
P.O. Box 9204
Chapel Hill, NC 27515
Handgun Control Federation of Ohio
2775 S Moreland Blvd., #200
Cleveland, OH 44120
716 Upson Street
Akron, OH 44305
Oregonians Against Gun Violence
P.O. Box 82966
Portland, OR 97282
P: 503-233-1224 (Meeting Points)
P: 503-239-2111 (Tuck Wilson)
Pennsylvanians Against Handgun Violence
Daniel J. Siegel
P.O. Box 495
Wynnewood, PA 19096
Citizens for a Safer South Carolina
P.O. Box 1764
Beaufort, SC 29901
The Alliance for South Carolina s Children
Anton J. Gunn
P.O. Box 11644
Columbia, SC 29211
Tennesseeans for Responsible Gun Ownership
2504 Forest Glen Circle
Clarksville, TN 37043
Houston Area Violence Prevention
Dr. Joseph C. Kaye
Mid-Town Family Resource Center
3630 West Dallas St.
Houston, TX 77019
Physicians for a Violence Free Society
323 Harry Hines Blvd.
Dallas, TX 95235-8579
Texans Against Gun Violence
Travis County Courthouse
P.O. Box 1748
Austin, TX 78767
Houston, TX 77079
Texans Against Violence -- Houston
13164 Memorial Drive, Box 160
Houston TX 77079
Texans Against Violence
11001 Midway Rd
Dallas, TX 75229
7657 Rowling Acres
Dallas, TX 75248
P.O. Box 797652
Dallas, TX 77057
Texas Crime Prevention Clearing House
P.O. Box 12428
Austin, TX 78711
Gun Violence Prevention Center of Utah
476 E. South Temple, No. 254
Salt Lake City, UT 84111
Vermonters Against Violence
Bonnie O Brien
200 Old Farm Road South
Burlington, VT 05403
Virginians Against Handgun Violence
P.O. Box 271
Norfolk, VA 23501
P.O. Box 29462
Richmond, VA 23242
Mothers Against Violence in America
105 14th Avenue #2A
Seattle, WA 98122
Washington Cease Fire
509 10th Ave East
P.O. Box 20246
Seattle, WA 98102
American Trauma Society
Jack M. Bergstein, M.D.
9200 W. Wisconsin Ave.
Milwaukee, WI 53226
Citizens Against Handgun Violence
210 Martin Luther King Jr. Boulevard
Madison, WI 53710
Mobilization for Survival
Verdall De Yarman
2943 North Bausman St.
Milwaukee, WI 53212