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Coach Steve Kerr on Why He Fights to Prevent Gun Violence

"[Preventing gun violence] is the number one issue for me." — Coach Steve Kerr

Thirty-six years ago, Golden State Warriors Coach Steve Kerr's life was shattered when his father was shot and killed outside his office. This #GivingTuesday, Coach Kerr is asking you to support Brady and our work to prevent gun violence.

We can’t bring Steve Kerr's dad back. But we can prevent the senseless killings of other dads — and moms, aunts, uncles, friends, and loved ones.

This is a special Giving Tuesday — it's the day that marks the moment things begin to change. That's why a group of Brady donors has generously offered to match every dollar people like you donate up to our $50,000 goal.

With this limited match, your gift will go TWICE as far in Brady's fight to help defeat the NRA, overcome Mitch McConnell’s bloody inaction, and pass life-saving gun safety laws. Every dollar you give before midnight will help us keep other families from enduring the heartbreak that too many families like mine have experienced.

"I can’t emphasize this enough: If we’re going to move forward with Brady’s plan for gun safety reform, we need to join forces to overcome Mitch McConnell and the NRA’s dangerous inaction. Together we’re unstoppable, and I hope you’ll join me in this fight to take action on gun violence."

— Coach Steve Kerr