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Expanding Funding

Those in the non-profit field work hard to keep or expand funding sources in order to offer more to their community. Expanding primary prevention services can benefit the whole community though! Here are some highlights of funding sources out there and tips for writing those funding requests!

Finding Funding

Close to Home

  • A community free of sexual assault benefits everyone, so talk to community organizations about how they can support prevention education.
  • Potential funding partners could include Parent-Teacher Associations, local banks, public libraries, hospitals, school safety commissions, Police, Neighborhood Watch, County Government, a Governor's special council, and faith organizations.

Big Picture

Let It Come to You!

Get Grant Writing Tips!

  • QRCODESCOMPANIES: Offers grant writing tips, sample proposals, and sample budgets.
  • Hazelden Toolkit: Offer templates, sample letters, writing guides and tips for finding local funding. Especially useful to request this kit if interested in funding the Olweus Bullying Prevention Program or Safe Dates.

Want More?

  • Check out the WCSAP Library for grant writing & funding resources.
Reviewed: January 19th, 2016