White Ribbon Day is here! For 16 days starting today (November 25th), thousands of people across the UK will wear a white ribbon, and take a stand against violence.
There are many things you can do to create the biggest impact in your community, and spread awareness during the 16 days of action. You can find out more here.
After we were contacted by the North Wales Woman's Centre about this campaign, the media team spoke to the players about how we could help spread this powerful message via social media.
The players and staff are all wearing their white ribbons this week and did so during our top of the table clash against Leyton Orient yesterday.
White Ribbon UK was founded in 2005 with a mission to end male violence against women, once and for all.
They work with men and boys to challenge those male cultures that lead to harassment, abuse and violence.
Their volunteer ambassadors engage with other men and boys to call out such behaviour among their peers, while promoting a culture of equality and respect.
Wrexham AFC stand alongside them to call on all men to take a stand against sexism and gender-based violence in all forms.
If you want to help just like we did, find out how here.