Thank you for your interest in becoming part of the UK SAYS NO MORE campaign, we are so glad to have you on board!

There are many ways to get involved in the campaign:

Add your photo to the UK SAYS NO MORE Gallery: 


Take the UK SAYS NO MORE pledge:


Download the Take Action Toolkit:

The Take Action Toolkit gives you the resources you need to share the campaign with friends, family, or colleagues. Use the UK SAYS NO MORE poster to share what you are saying NO MORE to. Use the example social media posts to inspire you to share the campaign on social media.

Why not use the posters at an event within your community, such as a cake sale, film screening, picnic, or whatever takes your fancy! We would love to hear what you are doing to raise awareness of domestic violence and sexual assault! Feel free to pop us an email to 


Share on social media:

Share the UK SAYS NO MORE PSA videos and images of you and your UK SAYS NO MORE poster with us on social media, including to our Facebook, or on Twitter and Instagram using the hashtag #UKSAYSNOMORE



Learn and share knowledge:

Learn about these issues, and share the resources with others. Use the information to inform yourself about types of abusive behaviour, to dispel common myths, to learn about healthy relationships, and know about the kinds of support available.  Share the resources on our Get Help page with anyone you think may be in need of support.


Wear the UK SAYS NO MORE pin:

Wearing the UK SAYS NO MORE pin is one of the easiest ways to support the campaign. Learn more about the meaning of the symbol and where you get get your own.


Support the UK SAYS NO MORE Partners:

Check our Partner Events, which we will update regularly with details of events from our partners which we think you may enjoy – all for great causes. See the full list of our nonprofit partners.


For Organisations: Become A Partner

If you are a charity, voluntary or statutory organisation looking to become a UK SAYS NO MORE partner, visit our sector partners page to find out more.

If you are a corporate organisation looking to become a partner, visit our corporate partner page.

 Find out more:

Types of Abuse Support Available Get Help