Launch A Campaign
Where do I start?

Launching your own campaign is easier than you may think! The best place to start is by making your own personal commitment.

You’ll find many helpful campaign resources available on this website, many of which you can tailor to meet the needs of your community.

Then you can begin exploring Start by Believing campaigns in other areas, with our SBB Map showcasing local communities and Spotlight on Local Campaigns. We offer detailed information on how to build your campaign and tools to help you get started.

Spread the word

Next, don't forget to use #StartbyBelieving on your Twitter posts and tag Start by Believing on all related Facebook posts - and submit a SBB Campaign Form to tell us about your efforts.


Also, make sure you are following Start by Believing on Facebook and Twitter. You can also join our mailing list, where we often shine the spotlight on Start by Believing communities.

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Launching your own campaign is easier than you may think! In this section, you’ll find many valuable resources, including helpful tips and sample materials you can customize for use in your community.

Explore campaigns in other areas. Let us know what you are doing in your community, and maybe we can spotlight your campaign next!

In this section, you’ll find all the resources needed to launch your own campaign, compiled in one place.

Here you will find the most frequently asked questions about the Start by Believing campaign. This includes how to obtain and use campaign materials, including how to customize materials for your community.



Your efforts help sexual assault victims and their loved ones, to improve their recovery and well-being and also to increase their ability to participate in the process of a criminal investigation and prosecution. This can ultimately protect our communities by holding perpetrators accountable and preventing them from repeatedly committing crimes with impunity.

 

Start by Believing campaign proudly brought to you by End Violence Against Women International (EVAWI).