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  1. Sandy Hook Promise and SAVE Join Forces to Increase Efforts

    SAVE  is pleased to announce it will be combining efforts with Sandy Hook Promise to collectively expand their reach and sustain their work on educating and empowering…

  2. SAVE Announces Annual Awards!

    SAVE is so fortunate to have dedicated youth and adults that work to spread the message of peace and nonviolence through SAVE.  Check out the…

  3. Mrs. D’s Motivations – School and Community Crime Prevention

    As a preface to this month’s extremely important topic, School and Community Crime Prevention, I just want to say what an inspiration it was to…

  4. National Youth Violence Prevention Week (April 3-7, 2017)

    Everyone can play a role in supporting young people. National Youth Violence Prevention Week (April 3-7, 2017) is a great time to get involved. The…

  5. Mrs. D’s Motivations: Empowering Youth

    March focus is Youth Empowerment, which means putting the power of positive change into the hands of our youth. It means giving them the opportunity…

  6. March eSource Now Available

    Spring is in the air!  Have you registered for the SAVE Summit? The registration deadline of March 10 is fast approaching.   Has your chapter created…

  7. QOM – March

    The March Question of the Month is:   This month’s focus is on Youth Empowerment. How do you empower others to be violence free?   Share

  8. February SAVE Shining Star – Michaela King

    Michaela King is a senior at Mukwonago High School in Wisconsin. Her advisor, Sarah Dianich shared that “Michaela has not only worked tirelessly as a…

  9. February eSource Now Available

    What an action packed newsletter for the month of February!  Our Spring Sale has kicked off with more than 25 items on sale! Many at…

  10. QOM – February

    Please share the SAVE Question of the Month with your SAVE members. This a place to ask questions and get responses from SAVE members across…