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Secrets Revealed: Addressing Child Sexual Abuse in the U.S. Virgin IslandsWomen’s Coalition of St. Croix Visit Website R3 2018-2019 ($50,000)
Increase awareness of and education about child sexual abuse in the Virgin Islands by producing an innovative weekly radio and podcast series as a strategy to prevent future abuse and increase...
Be a Man: Masculinity and Gender-Based ViolenceMonsoon United Asian Women of Iowa Visit Website R3 2018-2019 ($50,000)
Develop and implement a culturally-specific, workshop-style curriculum in Eastern Iowa for middle school boys in sports programs in order to increase recognition of gender-based violence, decrease...
Creating Different ConditionsMen As Peacemakers / Men and Masculine Folks Network Visit Website R3 2018-2019 ($50,000)
Project will create, launch, and distribute community and statewide a series of nine culturally specific sexual violence prevention videos for each of our target racial/ethnic communities in...
"What We Needed": What impacted communities need to end child-on-child sexual harm (a California pilot)Impact Justice Visit Website R3 2018-2019 ($50,000)
Develop a pilot program in California called What we Neededto help us better understand the uniqueness of child-on-child sexual harm, including its roots and solutions to prevent it from happening...
Preventing Sexual Abuse in Disability-Specific Sports OrganizationsIMPACT Visit Website R3 2018-2019 ($50,000)
Develop sexual abuse prevention programming and model policies for adaptive sports organizations that addresses the unique realities of athletic organizations for people with disabilities.
Why Faith Matters: A Resource for Advocates and Allies to Recognize the Spiritual and Religious Needs of Victims/Survivors of Sexual Assault and AbuseFaith Trust Institute Visit Website R3 2018-2019 ($35,720)
Create an educational resource for sexual assault advocates and allies better understand the significance of faith beliefs and religious culture in the lives of many sexual assault survivors.
DC Rape Crisis Center & VidaAfroLatinaDC Rape Crisis Center Visit Website R3 2018-2019 ($50,000)
Collaborate with VidaAfrolatina to conduct a needs assessment of adult survivors of child sexual abuse in Black Diasporic Communities, provide training and assistance, and hold a Black Diasporic...
"Jangueo con Sentido" Hanging out with sense, hanging out with consentCoordinadora Paz para la Mujer Visit Website R3 2018-2019 ($50,000)
The Jangueo con Sentido project (or Hanging-out with Sense, Hanging-out with Consent) will advance the efforts to create respectful and healthy college environments on campuses as well as in...
Emerging Sons: National Black Male Leadership InitiativeBlack Women's Blueprint Visit Website R3 2018-2019 ($50,000)
Expanding its Emerging Sons Project to develop and implement programming that reduces the likelihood of people to offend using culturally-specific education and messaging to help Black men and...
Online Peer Support Group for Partners of Men Who Have Experienced Sexual Abuse or Assault1in6, Inc. Visit Website R3 2018-2019 ($29,670)
Online support group program: a free, anonymous, chat-based resource that allows partners of men who have experienced sexual abuse or assault to join a safe community of support using a computer...
Tewa Women United: Men for Positive Male Role Modeling in SportsTewa Women United Visit Website R2 2017-2018 ($50,000)
Tewa Women United in Española, NM leveraged their collective intertribal women’s voice in the Tewa homelands of Northern New Mexico to initiate a project in the Espanola-Pojoaque Valley to engage...
Preventing Sexual Violence in the Service IndustryOur VOICE Visit Website R2 2017-2018 ($32,000)
Our VOICE in Asheville, NC will partner with local service industry establishments to empower owners, staff, and patrons to create safe cultures by improving sexual harassment organizational...
LGBTQ Sexual Violence Prevention and Accountability ProjectNew York City Anti-Violence Project Visit Website R2 2017-2018 ($46,000)
New York City Anti-Violence Project in New York, NY will create the first-of-its-kind LGBTQ-specific group for those who have been identified as “at risk” to act in a sexually coercive or violent...
Huddle Up to End Gender Violence Context: Huddle is a powerful symbol of togetherness, a place where many become one.National Consortium for Academics and Sports Visit Website R2 2017-2018 ($47,660)
National Consortium for Academics and Sports in Orlando, FL delivered an organizational, systemic, and community-level prevention strategy designed to empower high school and intercollegiate...
Counseling Services for Youth with Sexual Behavior ProblemsMetropolitan Organization to Counter Sexual Assault (MOCSA) Visit Website R2 2017-2018 ($50,000)
Metropolitan Organization to Counter Sexual Assault (MOCSA) in Kansas City, MO provided information and resources to a network of 4,000 foster parents in Kansas and Missouri. This helped...
Grandparents: Sabiduria y AmorNew Mexico Coalition of Sexual Assault Programs Inc. Visit Website R2 2017-2018 ($45,000)
New Mexico Coalition of Sexual Assault Programs Inc. in Albuquerque, NM created the Sabiduría y Amor Project, drawing upon the strengths of grandparents as advocates for vulnerable children who...
Parent 2 ParentNew England Adolescent Research Institute (NEARI) Visit Website R2 2017-2018 ($49,978)
The New England Adolescent Research Institute (NEARI) created the Parent 2 Parent website with the goal of reducing sexual violence through providing educational materials parents need to become...
Creating Victim-Centric Spaces for Muslim Survivors of Sexual Assault on College CampusesHEART Women & Girls Visit Website R2 2017-2018 ($30,000)
HEART Women & Girls in Chicago, IL implemented a series of trainings for Muslim students and student leaders on college campuses nationally to develop victim-centric approaches, policies, and...
Original design by project participants such as film, photography display, narrative piece, etc
Includes materials for train the trainers or other training element. This may include illustrative artwork to be used within curriculums or in conjunction with trainings.
Resources in languages other than English
PowerPoints or recorded webinar
A video creating public awareness about an organization’s expertise, resources or a program
Reports including literature reviews, IRBs, white papers, and guidelines
Includes hard-copy printable brochures, flyers or other short resource information such as one-pagers or handouts, fact sheets, posters or items seen in a ‘toolkit’ such as templates.
This includes policies within organizations that address the organizational culture and practices to prevent SV/DV by both reducing risks and uplifting protective factors. It may also include strengthening policies within organizations, suggesting changes to public policy, offering public policy recommendations.
Formal or information partnerships to collaborate to align messages, activism, education, and policies and practices as a means to raise community awareness and strengthen the collective impact of SV/DV prevention. Through partnerships, develop a ‘coordinated community response’ that engages multi-layered action, cooperation, and solidarity around a shared goal or purpose. This may include coordinating and enhancing existing partnerships.
Also called Communities of Practice, engaging in collective learning through convening or joining meetings, committees, conferences, etc. at national, state or regional, or local levels, and explore shared resources (ex. money, programming, messaging) and strategies to leverage SV/DV prevention efforts.
Intentional support and development of individuals and leaders in the community who model and advocate for SV/DV prevention.
Providing materials (ex. handouts, posters), services (ex. academic advisors, hotline numbers), financial support (ex. money set aside for SV/DV prevention work), time (ex. setting specific times throughout the year to directly talk about SV/DV and how to prevent it), or other assets (ex. connect to other community SV/DV prevention efforts) that address and prevent SV/DV.
Educate & Train
Formal educational programs and trainings (e.g., webinars, keynote speeches, in person trainings) and informal education (ex. team meetings, off the field mentoring) that focus on two components: 1) responding to SV/DV and 2) prevention SV/DV.
Formal evaluation (ex. surveys) of the outcomes of SV/DV prevention strategies (policies, resources, programs) to provide data that shows evidence of change. This also includes informal evaluation (ex. participant feedback, focus groups) of the outcomes of SV/DV prevention strategies.
Specific planned campaigns, pledges, print/posters or multi-media, and social media share graphics that aim to raise awareness about SV/DV and/or how to prevent it in order to mobilize for a purpose/action; may also include engaging national/state media platforms effectively to increase awareness/empower a wider-audience to action.