Download 2021 Remember My Name - Digital Version
Download 2021 Remember My Name - Printable Version
The National Coalition Against Domestic Violence (NCADV), in conjunction with Ms. Magazine, started this project in 1994 to create a national registry of names to increase public awareness of domestic violence deaths. Since then, NCADV has continued to collect information on incidents of women who have been killed by an intimate partner and produces a poster each year for Domestic Violence Awareness Month listing the names of those submitted. We are hoping to create as complete a registry as possible of women, children and men who have lost their lives due to domestic violence. If you know of a woman or man who was killed due to domestic violence, please complete the form found via the link below and attach additional documentation available (newspaper clippings, police report, court records, etc.).
Send NCADV Information on a Victim for Remember My Name
Please submit your form for inclusion on the current year's Remember My Name poster by May 15th.
All posters from 1994-2019 are currently unavailable for purchase.
NCADV's #MemorialMonday project shares memories from family and friends of people who lost their life to domestic violence on social media.
Send NCADV Information for Memorial Monday
ATTENTION: Due to the large number of submissions we receive for the Remember My Name and Memorial Monday projects, we ask that you restrict your submittal to these forms only. While we honor each victim's story and struggle, we do not have the resources to review or respond to them.
Effective October 6, 2022, The National Coalition Against Domestic Violence (NCADV) and the National Domestic Violence Hotline (The Hotline) have joined together. To learn more about this exciting venture, to expand the eco-system of holistic and inclusive support for survivors and advocates, please visit Project Opal.