Wimmera people will take a stand against violence against women on Sunday.
November 25 is the international day for the elimination of violence against women.
Australia recognises the event as White Ribbon Day.
Wimmera police will host two White Ribbon Day events.
Horsham police will lead a men's march from 7am on Friday, starting outside Horsham Aquatic Centre and going along Firebrace Street to May Park for breakfast.
Horsham Acting Senior Sergeant Dave Ellis said he hoped the turn-out would be as good as last year.
"The Victoria Police message is about wiping out violence against women and children," he said.
"This is not an issue the community should keep to themselves.
"We urge people to report these crimes to police.
Acting Sen Sgt Ellis said White Ribbon Day would also create awareness about family violence in the Wimmera.
"The march is one way in which police can get the message out there, that family violence is not acceptable in our community," he said.
"We encourage men to attend and open the invitation to the rest of the community.''
Stawell police will host a White Ribbon Day event on Sunday.
The event will be from 11am to 1pm at Stawell Mitre 10 carpark.
There will be a barbecue and guest speakers, including White Ribbon Day ambassador Ararat Acting Senior Sergeant Brad Bennett.
Ararat Acting Sergeant Sandra Marriner said people were also welcome to take a pledge.
"We encourage everyone to visit and take a stand against violence against women," she said.