What is No More Blows

Zechariah 2:8-9 (NIV)

For this is what the Lord Almighty says: “After the Glorious One has sent me against the nations that have plundered you—for whoever touches you touches the apple of his eye— I will surely raise my hand against them so that their slaves will plunder them. Then you will know that the Lord Almighty has sent me.



We are taking a stand all around the globe and saying, “No More Blows!”



Helping victims and survivors of domestic abuse become empowered, encouraged, inspired, uplifted and restored.



No More Blows was founded in 2012. And in 2013, No More Blows was incorporated as a non-profit organization.

Kia A. Richardson, Founder of No More Blows, currently mentors teens and young women who have either left abusive relationships, are in the process of leaving abusive relationships, or want to leave abusive relationships.

No More Blows hosts annual events such as Denim and Lemonade – to raise awareness about domestic violence and sexual abuse, and Camouflage and Cupcakes – to help young people explore healthy, loving relationships.

If you would like more information about No More Blows, please contact us at:

P: (937) 705-0749             E: nomoreblows@yahoo.com      W:nomoreblow.org

5 thoughts on “What is No More Blows

  1. I was afraid to go outside, did not spend time with friends – and often passed every Facebook occasion ask by. But those times are over ever since I got a punching bag stand! It’s so easy and fun to work through now. It actually motivated me to use the gymnasium and to swim.

    Because it allows me to have all my emotions out and obtain a good work-out at the same time frame I enjoy my punching bag stand and wouldn’t trade it for anything.


    1. To God be the glory I am thankful you have your freedom now. I remember those days being afraid to speak my mind and be me. Liberty is amazing. Please continue to share the grace and mercy God has blessed you with.


  2. I’m writing you to see if you have interest in covering the launch of the country’s very first searchable online database of domestic violence agencies. It’s called domesticshelters.org. When someone visits, in a matter of seconds – from a desktop, smartphone or tablet – that person can find help closest to them based on their location, language and service preferences.

    This news release (https://www.domesticshelters.org/news/site-launches-to-help-millions-of-abuse-victims-find-help-faster-easier-than-before) talks about the important strategic issues this new free service resolves. Succinctly put, finding help has been too difficult up until now. The service is offered as a partnership between National Coalition Against Domestic Violence and my family’s charity Theresa’s Fund.

    With the recent news about the NFL getting tough on abusive players and October being Domestic Violence Awareness month, and with 25% of women having experienced domestic violence, making your readers aware of this breakthrough service is both timely and potentially life-saving.

    Chris McMurry
    Director, Theresa’s Fund


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