March 3-4, 2015
Registration Now Open to Members!
A vibrant, diverse and innovative group will come together this March to relay one message to our legislators: we need to end domestic violence in our state. With millions of Californians impacted by abuse, our movement has responded with solutions that meet the diverse needs of survivors and families and span a wide range of issue areas, including economic security, improving the criminal justice response, and prevention. At the Partnership, we know that the best policies are formed when the challenges and triumphs of survivors and communities are heard—and that is the purpose of Policy Advocacy Day. When you join us on March 3rd and 4th, you will have the opportunity to speak directly with legislators, ensuring that they know about the Partnership’s opportunities to increase safety and empowerment for survivors.
If you are a member of the Partnership, this is your time to shine at the Capitol. Register today!
If you have not yet joined the Partnership as a member, there has never been a better time to become part of our movement. Click here for more information about membership, or email us at email@example.com.
With over 100 pieces of legislation successfully passed, our coalition’s momentum has never stopped. Your voice makes our unified message of ending domestic violence in California all the more powerful.
Policy Advocacy Day is generously sponsored by Mary Kay, Inc.
Legislative Advocacy Day
March 2014 Summary
This year’s Legislative Action Day was a huge success for the Partnership. The Partnership welcomed over 100 members and representatives from Mary Kay, Inc. Together participants were able to share their work, learn how the Partnership’s Public Policy team promotes our priorities, and meet legislators to talk about the importance of domestic violence programs and services in their communities and throughout California. Overall the event was a success and the Partnership looks forward to next year.
Members attended over 65 meetings with various legislatures. During these meetings members spoke about the need for continued DV funding, support for AB 1547 & AB 2089, as well provided their personal stories. For a look at the take-aways, click here.