Funding Alert: Violence/Law/Criminal Justice


AMERICAN HUMANE

The Organization has launched Pets and Womenís Shelters (PAWS) program to help women threatened with domestic violence to flee their homes and take their pets with them. The Program acknowledges the richness of the bond between people and their pets, which often provide unconditional love and comfort to adult domestic violence victims and their children. [More...]

FM GLOBAL FIRE PREVENTION GRANTS

The Fund, the philanthropic arm of an insurance company, supports fire departments and other public agencies around the world in their fight to prevent fires. Fire departments and brigades as well as national, state, regional, local, and community organizations can apply for funding to support a wide array of fire prevention, preparedness, and control efforts. [More...]

FOUNDATION FOR IMPROVEMENT OF JUSTICE

The Foundation works to improve local, state, and federal systems of justice by rewarding the accomplishments of innovative programs throughout the United States. Each year, awards of $10,000 are provided to 10 nominees for justice-related programs that have been proven to be effective and can serve as models for others. [More...]

FOUNDATION FOR THE IMPROVEMENT OF JUSTICE

The Foundation was founded to improve local, state, and federal systems of justice. Its mission is to recognize innovative and effective works and/or programs whose efforts have made positive, influential differences in the United States criminal and civil judicial arenas. [More...]

FUND FOR NONVIOLENCE

The Fund cultivates and supports community-based efforts to bring about social change with the goal of moving humanity toward a more just and compassionate coexistence. The Fund recognizes that violence can be direct or indirect, overt or built into social structures. [More...]

IMPACT FUND

The Fund supports public interest litigation that will potentially benefit a large number of people and lead to significant law reform, or raise public consciousness. Funding is awarded in the areas of poverty law, environmental justice, and civil and human rights. [More...]

JAMS FOUNDATION/NAFCM

The Foundation/National Association for Community Mediation Mini-Grant Program supports the development and refinement of innovative and emerging community mediation services nationwide. The Program believes that community mediation is community mobilization. [More...]

LEXIS-NEXIS MARTINDALE HUBBLE LEGAL FELLOWSHIP

The Companyís fellowship will promote education, the practice of public interest law, and diversity in the legal profession. Funds will support an individual or organizationís project. [More...]

MARY BRYON PROJECT

The Project was created in 2000 in memory of the young woman whose tragic murder led to the creation of automated crime victim notification technologies. The Project supports innovative programs in the United States that demonstrate promise in ending the generational cycle of domestic violence. [More...]

MARY BYRON FOUNDATION

The Foundation's Celebrating Solutions Awards showcases and applauds local innovations that demonstrate promise in breaking the cycle of domestic violence. The two-stage award process begins with a nomination form and program outline that must be submitted by Sept. [More...]

MARY BYRON PROJECT

The Project is a national organization working to address the root causes of domestic violence and help build safer, healthier communities. It was established in 2000 in memory of a young woman whose tragic murder led to the creation of automated crime victim notification technologies. [More...]

MARY KAY ASH CHARITABLE FOUNDATION

The Foundation, the philanthropic arm of the cosmetics company, seeks to eliminate domestic violence. The Foundationís main funding priority is womenís shelters across the United States. [More...]

OFFICE OF VICTIMS OF CRIMES HOPE PROGRAM

The Officeís HOPE program provides funding for grassroots, nonprofit, community- and faith-based victim organizations and coalitions to improve outreach and services to crime victims. Administered out of the United States Department of Justiceís Office of Justice Programs, the grants support program development, networking, coalition building, and service delivery. [More...]

OPEN SOCIETY INSTITUTE

The Instituteís After Prison Initiative supports successful reentry and reintegration of people returning from prison. The Initiative focuses on advocacy, coalition building, public education, impact litigation, and policy-driven research and analysis that promote investment in community infrastructure instead of prisons. [More...]

R.O.S.E. FUND

The Fund, which stands for Regaining Oneís Self Esteem, focuses its grantmaking on the issue of domestic violence. Funded programs increase the awareness of domestic violence in the community and recognize, assist, and empower women who have broken the cycle of domestic violence. [More...]

THE BEN COHEN STANDUP FOUNDATION

The Foundation, created by rugby player Ben Cohen, is dedicated to raising awareness of the long-term, damaging effects of bullying and to supporting those doing real-world work to stop it. The Foundationís vision is to build a highly collaborative organization funded by social business models that help connect communities and create a world of understanding and kindness. [More...]

THE DO RIGHT FOUNDATION

The Foundationís focuses its grantmaking on the reduction of violent crime, the increased productivity of the legal system, and the improvement of integrity and effectiveness in government. It also has interests in crime/law enforcement and safety. [More...]

THE MARY KAY FOUNDATION

The Foundation, founded my cosmetics entrepreneur Mary Kay Ash, is committed to ending the epidemic of domestic violence. The Foundation annually awards grants of $20,000 to at least one domestic violence shelter in every state with the remaining funds distributed based on state population. [More...]



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