Who We Are

We are a group of community leaders, parents, advocates and concerned citizens, working towards ending gun violence across the Greater Toronto Area.
anti-gun violence activism

We’re on a mission

Louis March, the founder of the Zero Gun Violence Movement, has been a volunteer community worker and advocate in the African Canadian community for over 30 years. His work has primarily focused on youth engagement and mentorship initiatives along with serving on various community organization Boards and Advisory Committees.

Most recently the Zero Gun Violence Movement  has collaborated with over 40 different community organizations, agencies and programs across the City, committed to addressing structural and socio-economic conditions that contribute to the gun violence problem. The ZGVM is an awareness and advocacy movement that works across the City to engage people and organizations that are truly committed to being a part of the solution to reducing gun violence and also building safe and healthy communities, not for some, but for all.

The Zero Gun Violence Movement year in review

ZGVM working across Toronto in 2019 addressing the gun violence crisis, by engaging key stakeholders and highlighting need for community investments as central focus when looking for solutions.

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