What if you could help end relationship violence?
Founded in 2010 to honor the memory of Yeardley Love, One Love works with young people across the country to raise awareness about the warning signs of abuse and activate communities to work to change the statistics around relationship violence.
1 in 3 WOMEN. 1 in 4 MEN.
Will experience relationship violence in their lifetime
Together we can change these statistics. Learn more about why One Love believes change is possible and how you and your friends can take part.
Because I Love You
Such a simple phrase can take on a different meaning in an unhealthy relationship; escalating from a statement of care to one of control. Learn more about controlling statements and how you can empower your friends to make a difference.
The Movement is Growing
683 Workshops Held on Campus
The Escalation Workshop illuminates the warning signs of a violent relationship and engages participants in an honest and empowering conversation about how communities can and should respond when they see it.
513 Team One Love Members
Team One Love is the movement that brings young people together, providing a space to take a public stand against relationship violence in their community.
132,729,955 Total Yards
#Yards4Yeardley empowers entire communities to walk, run and ride to raise awareness for One Love and the movement to end relationship abuse.
Team One Love Spotlight
Team One Love @ Duke
Student Athletes trained as facilitators are leading workshops with freshman athletes and other groups on campus.
Team One Love @ Alabama
Hosting Team One Love events throughout the fall and spring semester, including a Domestic Violence Awareness Week in October.
One Love in the News
One Love with Katie Couric
via Yahoo News with Katie Couric by Brian Prowse-Gany | May 13, 2015
On May 3, 2010, University of Virginia senior Yeardley Love was found beaten to death in her off-campus apartment, the victim of a brutal assault by her former boyfriend. The murder sent shockwaves throughout the campus, and was a wake-up call for the entire country about the horrific nature of relationship violence. Yeardley’s mother, Sharon Love, has since pledged to bring meaning to this devastating loss by starting the One Love Foundation, an organization whose mission is to raise awareness about the consequences of relationship violence.