Expanding access to restorative responses that promote healing, safety, and accountability to end and prevent domestic violence
To date, the Foundation has made a handful of investments in restorative responses that stop harm and focus on healing and safety for domestic violence survivors and families, including important insights shared in the Collective Healing and Transformation Project Evaluation Report. The Foundation is committed to building on these investments through this new funding opportunity that focuses on interventions outside of the criminal justice system that end cycles of domestic violence. This effort will fund projects from culturally responsive community organizations with a history of restorative and collective responses work that are ready to expand their efforts.
The window for accepting proposals has closed. Proposals are under review. A funding announcement will be released later this summer.
- Webinar recording in English and ASL + PowerPoint Slides
- Webinar recording in Spanish + PowerPoint Slides
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