On May 3rd, help us raise $250,000 for #OneLoveGivingDay
One Love is the national leader in educating young people about healthy and unhealthy relationships and galvanizing them as leaders of change.
We believe by teaching young people to #LoveBetter and what healthy behaviors look like, we can change the statistics around abuse, sexual assault and harassment.
We believe the power of love + the power of knowledge = the power to #lovebetter
Love is a skill that we can all work on. Our strategy for change focuses on three main elements: content, conversation, and community action.
Create powerful content that opens people’s eyes to the presence of unhealthy and abusive relationship behaviors in their lives.
Start conversations that give people a framework to talk about unhealthy and healthy relationship behaviors.
Empower individuals and communities to take action to help each other and join us in building a movement to end relationship abuse.
How we started
Started after Yeardley Love was killed by her ex-boyfriend in 2010, all the work we do at One Love celebrates and honors the positive spirit and kindness that Yeardley personified. We are committed not only to honoring Yeardley’s memory, but also to saving others from suffering the same fate. Our work is rooted in the honest belief that abuse is an epidemic that can be stopped when young adults are educated and empowered to affect change in their communities.
Through our work, we’ve saved lives
15,000 volunteers and 223,000 participants