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Award-winning trio: Safe in Harm’s Way, DomesticShelters.org and Neon debuted their second national domestic violence campaign in Times Square and across 340+ national billboard screens in the U.S., reaching isolated victims during the busiest travel month of the year.
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Key Takeaways (TLDR)
- Domestic violence incidents rise during holiday gatherings, leading to the need for awareness campaigns.
- The “No one should make you feel small” campaign uses CGI to highlight emotional abuse.
- Safe in Harm’s Way Foundation provides resources and a database of conviction records for survivors.
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