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  • Social and economic exclusion
  • Poverty in local communities
  • Illegal gun ownership
  • Gun violence
  • At-risk youth and youth gangs
  • Violence against females
  • Violence against males
  • Violence against LGBTQ


In 2010, Silence the Violence and Shun the Guns was launched in Toronto, Ontario, Canada with the intentions of making an impact in North America. In 2011, items were created for sale to raise money to execute the necessary work after minimum fundraising goals have been met. Money generated from the sales of the ever expanding Silence the Violence and Shun the Guns’ product line and other sources, has been and will continue to be used to raise awareness, branding, the promotion of our economic stimulus solutions, but not limited to, appropriate employment for at-risk youth in order to close the wealth gap, sending our teams of our people to go to all schools, where students are at least 10 years old to 17 years old, offering career and entrepreneur mentorship opportunities, followed by awarding scholarships in the future and to fund other planned and proven strategies to insure local communities that are in need are educated and supported on how to become economically self sufficient. After the adequate funding has been raised and the initiative has been executed, videos will be produced and published that will outline the transformation of at-risk youth and the  impoverished communities they live in. There will be limitations placed on the amount of time and financial resources allocated, but no less than what is that is required for these communities to take over armed with economic literacy and a successful recovery plan. Silence the Violence and Shun the Guns has been economically self funded from day one and continues to be economically self funded to this day. Currently, the product line has increased to over 100 unique items. Years later, Silence the Violence and Shun the Guns is recognized as the dominate leader in reducing youth gangs and gun violence by introducing and and systematically once fully funded applying innovative, proactive and common sense solutions. A few of these solutions that will be executed  is encouraging adequate education, mentorship, employment opportunities to marginalized youth and awarding scholarships. With a growing following, mainly in the Toronto downtown financial district, our team has expanded our awareness efforts outside of the G.T.A. and even outside of the province. "Social and economic exclusion leads to poverty and poverty leads to avoidable crimes." Yes, youth gangs and gun violence can be noticeably reduced if we as a society face the facts, pulls together and takes appropriate action. Silence the Violence and Shun the Guns is committed to continue this work until the job is done.

Silence the Violence and Shun the Guns is a division of Negotiate on Demand Inc.