The bags the loaves come in feature information on hotlines to call, as well as educational messages to help identify domestic abuse.
Every year, 225,000 women report being victims of physical or sexual violence in France, according to the French government.
The coronavirus crisis also led to an increase in reports of domestic violence in Europe, according to a preliminary overview published by the European Institute for Gender Equality during the three national lockdowns.
Sexual violence hotlines saw a 70% increase in calls in 2020 alone, the director of the National Federation of Women’s Solidarity, Françoise Brié, told ABC News.
The choice of the bread bag as a communication medium is far from trivial. The French eat 10 billion baguettes every year, according to France's Bread Observatory. Bakeries may be some of the most accessible places for vulnerable women in the country, as even the most isolated of them typically leave the house to buy their morning bread.
The three-month old initiative is already crossing borders, with activists in Belgium, Poland, Italy and Switzerland planning a launch in their cities, according to NousToutes member Laura Jovignot.
"140 mayors already reached out to ask for similar operations to be done in their towns and cities," Jovignot told ABC News. Jovignot, 23, had launched a crowdfunding campaign after coming up with the idea of the campaign, and in a few weeks raised nearly $40,000 for the operation.