News

Tony Montalto and Debbi Hixon speak with Congressman Ted Deutch about the EAGLES Act and “red flag” laws that can remove firearms from dangerous situations.

Stand with Parkland is grateful to the Congressman for hosting a Gun Violence Prevention series and raising awareness of this epidemic that plagues our communities.

Testimony of Tony Montalto to the U.S. Senate Judiciary Subcommittee on the Constitution hearing, “Stop Gun Violence: Extreme Risk Order/ “Red Flag” Laws

U.S. Senate Judiciary Subcommittee on the Constitution Hearing entitled “Stop Gun Violence: Extreme Risk Order/ “Red Flag” Laws

Statement from Stand with Parkland on Biden Administration’s Public Safety Initiatives

Stand with Parkland – The National Association of Families for Safe Schools applauds the Biden-Harris Administration for taking action to help ensure responsible firearms ownership. 

Our Schools Are Still at Risk – What Can We Do?

Gina Montalto, my 14-year-old daughter, was kindhearted, bubbly, and a straight-A student. She was a freshman and one of the 17 wonderful souls murdered at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland, Florida on Valentine’s Day 2018.

Stand With Parkland Statement on the Latest Shootings

“Stand with Parkland stands with victims and their family members in the aftermath of the latest mass shootings.

Court TV discussion about the Columbia Protocol

In an interview with Court TV, Tony Montalto, President, discusses the Columbia Protocol, a valuable tool to increase your awareness of suicide risk and how you can help prevent it.

Court TV discussion about the "5 Questions" every family should ask

In an interview with Court TV, Tony Montalto, President, discusses Stand With Parkland's "5 Questions" that every family should ask their schools.

What Parents Should Know About Firearm Suicide

September is back-to-school season. Normally that means a return to classrooms and extracurricular activities and routines. For many of our students, it also means the threat of school shootings.

Parkland Shooting: Two Years On and Much More to Do

Two years after the shooting at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School, Parkland has become a national metaphor for school shootings and senseless gun violence.

Parkland dad: The call for officers to be removed from schools is a mistake

Editor's Note: Ryan Petty is a board member of Stand with Parkland, a national organization committed to advocating for practical public safety reforms focused on the safety of children and staff at school, improved mental health support and responsible firearms ownership.

RECENT TWEETS