4 Places to Get Funding for Your Next Anti-campus Sexual Assault Project

You’ve decided to host an event on your campus to help address campus sexual assault — but now you need funding to make your event possible. Finding the money to support campus programs or improve a campus climate can be challenging. Consider these options.

1. AAUW Legal Advocacy Fund (LAF) Campus Outreach Program

LAF provides Campus Outreach grants, which offer up to $750 to support events, programs, and resources that educate campuses around Title IX and women’s equity

2. State or Local Government

Check with your state or local government for grants or related resources to help campuses address sexual assault.

3. U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC)

Reach out to the CDC’s Rape Prevention and Education program grantee in your area to find out how they can help you address and respond to campus sexual assault.

4. U.S. Department of Justice

Through the Office on Violence against Women, the U.S. Department of Justice provides grant funding for programs to prevent and educate about sexual assault on campus.

Learn more with the Ending Campus Sexual Assault Tool Kit


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