Today marks one year since the mass shooting at the Sikh Temple of Oak Creek, Wisconsin. Our thoughts and prayers are with those affected by this tragedy and everyone touched by gun violence. We choose to let love win. Join us.
The Dakota and Lakota Native American Nation is sending a delegation of UNITY RIDERS on horseback from Canada to Washington DC with a message of hope, solidarity, and healing. On Monday, 8/5 they will be in Newtown to honor those we lost on December 14th in Sandy Hook. It promises to be a unique, historic and meaningful event! You can join in at 12noon at the Horse Guard State Military Reservation at 4 Wildlife Drive, Newtown, CT (Exit 11 off I-84). For more information, check the link below.
This month we are excited to welcome Cashew and Nutmeg to the Sandy Hook Promise office. These therapy dogs are coming to our community to help residents heal from trauma, as part of an initiative sponsored by Camp Bow Wow and the Bow Wow Buddies Foundation.
Come show your support for the arts and buy a ticket to Seussical the musical. Your donation will help the foundation 1214 build a landmark Performing Arts Centre in Newtown, Connecticut, in memory of those lost on 12/14. Join us for a night of wonder, whimsy, and laughs for the whole family.
The Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms & Explosives (ATF) has been without a leader since 2006. Finally yesterday, after a five-hour long vote, the U.S. Senate confirmed B. Todd Jones as the agency's permanent Director, strengthening the agency responsible with enforcing our nation's gun laws. Join us in congratulating Mr. Jones on his new appointment and this important step forward!
More details have been uncovered about the tragic mass shooting in Florida. Show your support for the people of Hialeah by sharing their story. We all need to work together now to find sensible solutions to prevent further tragedies like this one, from occurring ever again.
Our hearts are broken. Our spirit is not. Sending prayers and condolences to the victims and families of the Hialeah, Florida mass shooting. Another tragedy that invites us all to reflect on what individual and collective changes we can make as a nation to save lives.
Together we can.
This 36-year law enforcement veteran and retired ATF Special Agent in Charge thinks that, "Background checks aren't gun control, they're crime control." Read about it: http://tv.msnbc.com/2013/07/25/background-checks-arent-gun-control-theyre-crime-control/