As we gear up for the upcoming legislative session, we’re excited to equip you with the tools you need to advocate effectively for gun violence prevention in Texas.
This past Sunday, a woman brought her seven year old child and an AR-15 to Lakewood Church in Houston, a congregation attended by 45,000 people each week. The woman opened fire in the church. She was killed, and her child was critically wounded. Read more…
As we step into February, we celebrate Black History Month and the immeasurable contributions of Black advocates in the movement to end gun violence. Read more…
We want to end gun violence and tragedy in Texas — and we need your help! Amplify Austin is a giving day event in Central Texas, and this year it’s on March 6-7. Read more…
We’re thrilled to share that the White House has taken a monumental step towards promoting safe gun storage nationwide with the launch of new executive actions.
This year, Texas Gun Sense is launching a new webinar series, Education to End Gun Violence.
Our 2024 kickoff event is Beyond the Bench: SCOTUS and Gun Violence Prevention — A conversation about the role that the courts play in the GVP movement.
Austin, TX —Today, the DOJ released a report detailing the systemic failures and lack of police response that resulted in the murder of 21 students and educators at Robb Elementary. These horrific details are compounded by the inexcusable absence of action during the 88th legislative session.
As we enter 2024, we will continue to empower networks of advocates, expand youth advocacy, and promote measures to alleviate the disproportionate impact of gun tragedies.
Thank you to all of our donors and supporters! Because of you, we’ve reached our year-end fundraising goal! We’re more ready than ever to keep working for common sense gun policies.
Texas Gun Sense finds hope in action. We believe the work we do will build a strong movement for change and save lives.
Please support us today. Thanks to the generous support of donors that believe in our work, 100% of your year-end giving will continue to propel this hope in action forward and directly support our mission to Prevent gun violence and other gun tragedies in Texas through education, partnerships, and policy change.