Now in its second year, the program is open to nonprofit college and university organizations in the United States.
Eligible organizations may apply for funding for programs that deal with dating abuse, sexual assault, and stalking prevention and awareness, including campus-wide outreach events, trainings, and/or workshops; peer education programs to increase the number of student ambassadors; awareness materials, including resource guides, Web site pages, posters, cards, and buttons; and video or print PSAs or short films.
The program should emphasize awareness and prevention through education. Funded programs should be able to provide a minimum of four on-campus outreach events, trainings, or workshops to be completed in the one-year grant period and report on numbers served at these programs; provide preventive education on issues of dating abuse, sexual assault, and stalking and promote healthy relationships; provide resources and referrals to the student population about community-based domestic violence agencies and advocates; and develop or expand data collection and analyses of their program's reach and impact to demonstrate sustainability and garner additional program support.
Date due: January 11, 2013
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