December 6, 2023 – Texas Gun Sense responds to string of Central Texas shootings

This week, 6 people were killed and 3 were injured in a string of shootings that took place in Austin and San Antonio, perpetrated by a single gunman who killed his parents before shooting others.

“We cannot allow the public to become numb to the daily crisis of gun violence in our state,” says Nicole Golden, Executive Director of Texas Gun Sense.

Unleash Generosity This Giving Tuesday

By joining the #GivingTuesday movement, you’re proving that in times of uncertainty and tragedy, generosity can bring us together in hope.  We need to believe that now more than ever. Will you support us to continue this work, all year-round, with our partners at the Texas Coalition to Prevent Gun Violence?We thank you for your gift today, on Giving Tuesday.

Take Action – Support Background Checks

We need you to submit a comment to support a crucial rule change that would bring us closer to having federal background checks on all gun sales, a measure that 86% of Texas voters support.

September Newsletter – Suicide Prevention Starts With Us

In 2022, 26,993 people in the United States died by suicide with a firearm, and according to recent data, 4,193 Texans died by suicide in 2021. While all suicide attempts have an 8.5% death rate, those involving firearms are the number one cause of suicide death and have an 89.6% mortality rate. These numbers are startling, and we’re committed to improving them.

Help Sponsor A Safer Texas

Save the date for Texas Gun Sense’s annual fundraiser, A Safer Texas: Celebrating Successes and Charting A Bold Future on November 8, 2023, at KMFA Studios in Austin, where we will gather to pause, reflect, and celebrate progress that can only be made together.

Help Us Fight Extremism In Texas

The recent launch of a Texas non-profit by Kyle Rittenhouse is a stark reminder that we must continue to push back against powerful extremism.

August Newsletter – Honoring Survivors

An important part of our work includes honoring the far too many people impacted by the gun violence crisis that claims the lives of more than 4,000 Texans every year and injures thousands more

July Newsletter – Recapping The 88th Legislative Session

In case you missed it, last week Texas Gun Sense hosted a powerful virtual event to recap our advocacy for gun safety during the 88th Legislative Session. We brought together passionate individuals and expert speakers to share insights and explore solutions. Thank you to all who attended!