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Funding is available to develop and enhance healing centered support and culturally and community specific services for BIPOC and unserved individuals who have experienced hurt, harm or crime. Services and activities must be provided by organizations that are operated by and for the community to be served. This application is responsive to the section of the Victims of Crime Act (VOCA) State Plan “Programs operated by and for historically marginalized populations.”
Eligibility is restricted to applicants that can demonstrate they are culturally based, directed, and substantially controlled by individuals from the specific BIPOC/unserved population served.
Applications are due August 19, 2021.
For more information, visit the Office of Crime Victim Advocacy’s Grants and Funding website.
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Thank you to Edwina Martin-Arnold for taking over for Phil White!
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