Brady’s Corporate Partners sponsor and amplify our gun violence prevention work through a variety of platforms. From cause marketing to events to corporate volunteer initiatives and public education programs, these partnerships are invaluable to making real change happen. Want to join their ranks? Contact [email protected]
The Lipstick Lobby partnered with Brady to create “Fired Up,” a new shade of lipstick to raise awareness about gun violence prevention. A national ad campaign featuring gun violence survivors, including survivors from Parkland, Sandy Hook, and the Pulse Night Club shootings, brought attention to the campaign. All proceeds from sales of “Fired Up” lipstick were donated to Brady.
Brady is proud to work with a range of nonprofit organizations in support of our work. Together we will put an end to gun violence in our lifetimes. Interested in becoming a Non-Profit partner? Contact [email protected]
National Association of Social Workers (NASW)
Brady partnered with the National Association of Social Workers (NASW) to release a joint briefing on Gun Violence Prevention tools for Social Workers. The briefing includes tips and tools for social workers to assess safe storage of guns in the home to End Family Fire, instances of unintentional injuries or deaths from guns in the home.
Brady and End Family Fire are proud partners with PsychArmor, a nonprofit that offers critical resources to Americans so they can effectively engage with and support military service members, veterans, and their families. In 2020, Brady and PsychArmor hosted a panel comprised of Marine combat veteran Kyleanne Hunter, End Family Fire Director Ted Bonar, and Navy combat veteran Heidi Squier Kraft. The panelists broke down the new End Family Fire public service campaign and discussed suicide prevention and safe storage methods as a means to prevent firearm suicide.