OCVA Grants and Funding
Black Community By and For Victim Services and Activities
The purpose of this funding is to help address emergent victim service needs in the Black community.
Eligible applicants are non-profit or governmental organizations that are by and for the Black community. This means that the organization must have a primary mission and history of serving the Black community and must be culturally based, directed, and substantially controlled (led) by the Black community. This could include faith-based non-profits such as churches or mosques.
This is an open, ongoing funding opportunity. Applications will be reviewed as they are submitted. The funding opportunity will remain open as long as funds remain available.
Applications will be accepted through July 1, 2021 and all funds must be used by September 30th, 2021.
Contact Trisha Smith with any questions: firstname.lastname@example.org
2020 Application Calendar:
Application release dates are tentative and subject to change:
|Application||Tentative Publication Date||Tentative Due Date||Tentative Project Start Date||Application Coordinator|
|Sexual Assault Medical Forensic Examinations (SAMFE) (2 year awards)||09/15/2020||11/02/2020||01/01/2021||Tara Wolfe|
|By and For – Central and Eastern WA Programs (2 year awards)||07/01/2020||08/14/2020||10/01/2020||Nicky Gleason|
Please monitor the OCVA Grants and Funding web page for additional infomation.