Join Avon in its campaign to stop domestic abuse with its "Speak Out Against Domestic Violence" Public Service Ad Competition. The contest called on youth groups to help communicate the reality of domestic violence by creating compelling public service advertisements for the cause. Though the deadline for submission of entries is long over, you can still let your voice be heard by voting online for your favorite finalist group for the People’s Choice Award.

To vote for your favorite team, "like" the Avon Philippines Facebook page and click the Speak Out People’s Choice Award tab to view the top 12 entries. When you've made your choice, click the Vote button under the campaign poster of your chosen group. The online voting period (only one vote per Facebook account) lasts until October 25. The group who gathers the most combined likes for the Print Ad and Video Ad will become the People’s Choice Awardee.

Scroll through the gallery below to see the print ads!

For updates on the Avon "Speak Out Against Domestic Violence" Public Service Ad Competition, visit the Avon Philippines Facebook page at or follow Avon Philippines on Twitter.

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