Blog Article | 1 July 2016

Get your UK SAYS NO MORE pin!

We’ve got some exciting news: you can now get your own UK SAYS NO MORE pin!

Get your UK SAYS NO MORE pin!

What does the pin mean?

As described by NO MORE:

“The signature blue vanishing point originated from the concept of a zero – as in zero incidences of domestic violence and sexual assault.  The smaller, inner circle of the vanishing point symbolizes moving toward our end goal when “Together we can end domestic violence and sexual assault.”

What was the genesis of the NO MORE symbol?

“The NO MORE symbol has been in the making since 2009. It was developed because despite the significant progress that has been made in raising awareness of domestic violence and sexual assault, these pervasive issues remain hidden and on the margins of public concern. All the major domestic violence and sexual assault organizations in the country agreed that a new, overarching symbol, uniting all people working to end these problems could have a dramatic impact on the public’s awareness. They all support NO MORE.

In order to create the symbol, representatives from the domestic violence and sexual assault field and communications professionals working to raise awareness for these issues, teamed up with some of the top marketing and branding minds in the country. Together they developed the NO MORE symbol which was then tested with a range of audiences including young people and men. NO MORE received support from all demographics in the country. The majority of respondents thought it was memorable and said that the symbol was needed and important.”

How can I get a pin?

You can get your own UK SAYS NO MORE pin here where on the Hestia website by making a donation you will receive your pin in the post.

Wearing the symbol is one of the easiest ways you can support the campaign, plus your donation will be going towards Hestia’s range of services, working together with adults and children to change their lives at the times when they most need support. To give you an idea of what your contribution means:

  • £5
    could pay for toys & learning materials for children living in Hestia’s Domestic Violence refuges
  • £20
    could pay towards pots, pans & bedding when people move into their own home
  • £100
    could pay for basic toiletries for 10 women coming into one of Hestia’s domestic abuse refuges

You can find out more about Hestia by clicking here.

Get your UK SAYS NO MORE Pin!

We hope you enjoy wearing the pin, let us know if you get yours, we’d love to see you wearing it so feel free to share with us on social media:




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