Raliance is a collaborative initiative dedicated to ending sexual violence in one generation. As the go-to resource for policymakers, advocates, service providers, prevention practitioners and the media, Raliance boldly and innovatively advances the field nationally. Raliance is comprised of three national sexual violence prevention organizations – the National Sexual Violence Resource Center (NSVRC), the California Coalition Against Sexual Assault (CALCASA)-PreventConnect and the National Alliance to End Sexual Violence (NAESV) - with over 70 years of anti sexual violence activism. Raliance – be the generation that ends sexual violence.

Raliance has received seed funding from the National Football League (NFL) to coordinate prevention, policy, and messaging efforts; establish a presence in the Washington, DC metro area; and to award grants to advance a variety of promising practices and policies. Raliance is a vehicle for directing new private funding to programs that have demonstrated expertise in addressing and preventing sexual violence. Through its grant program, Raliance will fund promising practices or policies that are replicable and that:  

 improve the response to victims of sexual violence

reduce the likelihood of perpetration of sexual violence; or

strengthen communities’ capacity to create safe environments

  Projects awarded will contribute to the coordinated implementation of a comprehensive initiative to change the culture in one generation by aligning sexual violence services, prevention, messaging, and policy goals; or by contributing to the existing body of evidence and/or promising practices or policies related to sexual violence. Funded projects are those that can be replicated.


Raliance is pleased to announce the first-round of grant awardees. Each of the following 27 grantees will receive funding of up to $50,000 – totaling nearly $1.2 million across all projects – from July 1, 2016 through June 30, 2017.


We are now accepting brief project descriptions as the first step in the application process. View the available grants before creating an account and then access our grants management system. Intent to Submit form must be submitted by July 25, 2016.

Funding Categories

Category 1

Services or advocacy for people who have been sexually victimized

Category 2

Strategies for reducing the likelihood of people to sexually offend

Category 3

Organizational, systemic, or community-level prevention strategies (Partners have a particular interest in projects addressing sexual violence prevention within sports institutions)


The second round of grant funding was announced on July 5 for projects to begin on April 1, 2017. A brief “Intent to Submit” form, describing the proposed project, will be due by July 25. Raliance hosted a web conference on July 12 to provide information and address questions. Additional details have been posted on each of the partners’ websites, on listservs and enewsletters for sexual violence prevention advocates.   Raliance website is under construction. Keep an eye on future updates.

Intent to Submit form due by July 25, 2016


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