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Day of Remembrance

YOU ARE INVITED to Washington CeaseFire’s Day of Remembrance on Sunday, October 31 @ 12:30 PM to 2 PM at Green Lake Park near the swimming pool

Join us to commemorate the victims of gun violence and raise awareness that more work is needed to prevent gun related-tragedies. We will plant daffodils to honor all who we’ve lost to gun violence.

Standing United

Washington CeaseFire stands united with the black community and with people peacefully protesting the tragic killings of George Floyd and Ahmaud Arbery. Their deaths, and those before them, highlight the continued plight of millions of people of color in our country who suffer from injustices and violence on a daily basis.  We support the need to reform our policing policies, and acknowledge that racial prejudice is, unfortunately, alive and flourishing in our country. As is the case with gun violence prevention, only by working together as a community, and facing the challenge head-on, will we bring much-needed reform to our country and society.  Together we stand and together we can reduce racial prejudice and gun violence!

COVID-19 Message

Greetings from Washington Ceasefire,

These are trying and uncertain times. We at WA Ceasefire urge everyone to Stay Home, and Stay Safe. Only by working together can we stop the spread of the COVID-19 virus. Please refer to the Washington State Department of Health, your local health authorities, and the CDC for additional guidelines on keeping yourselves and your families safe during this outbreak.

Best Regards,
The Board of Washington Ceasefire

Day of Remembrance

Day of Remembrance

You are invited to Washington CeaseFire's Day of Remembrance   Sunday, October 31, 2021 12:30 PM to 2 PM  Green Lake Park near the swimming pool     Join us to commemorate the victims of gun violence and raise awareness that more work is needed to...

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Annual 5k Run/Walk

Annual 5k Run/Walk

To those of you who participated in our 5K event, Thank You! Whether you walked, ran, crawled, showed up to schmooze, or bought a "virtual" ticket, you made the event a success and it was great to see so many people "walking-the-walk" for gun violence prevention....

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Update: 2020 Month of Remembrance Gallery

Update: 2020 Month of Remembrance Gallery

For over two decades, Washington CeaseFire Board members and volunteers have planted daffodil bulbs in autumn to commemorate those who have been injured, or lost their lives, due to firearms. While we usually post pictures of the planting event on our web page and...

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