2024 Roadmap to Reducing Violence in Madison & Dane County
We are currently accepting applications from local community organizations to receive funding that supports violence prevention efforts in Dane County.
In total, there is $410,000 available. We are prioritizing projects that focus on:
• Youth development
• Safe and affordable housing
• Supporting agencies to adopt culturally responsive treatment planning
• Supporting the expansion of emergency mental health services
• Hospital based intervention programming for victims of gun violence
Applications are due by the end of the day on December 20, 2023.
If you have questions about this RFP, please submit them by December 4, 2023. We will compile questions and answer them in an RFP, which will be added here on December 5, 2023.
|November 29, 2023||RFP Released|
|December 4, 2023||Questions related to the RFP due by 4:00 p.m.|
|December 5, 2023||Finalized FAQ Posted on PHMDC website|
|December 20, 2023||Application Due Date – no later than 11:59 P.M.|
|February 9, 2024||Intent to Award Notifications|
|February 15, 2024||Project Start Date|
|December 31, 2024||Project End Date|
Violence Prevention Grant Program 2023 Awardees
We released a Request for Proposals (RFP) for our Violence Prevention Grants Program in May 2023. There was $475,000 in funding awarded to 8 agencies, ranging from $31,000-$76,000. As in our 2022 funding cycle, we sought to support agencies that address the areas identified in our Roadmap to Reducing Violence plan.
|Moms on a Mission||Moms on a Mission (MOMs)||$46,138.00|
|Rape Crisis Center (RCC)||Compensation for Survivors of Unreported Sexual Violence||$50,000.00|
|Allied Wellness Center||Building Relational Communities Project||$76,472.00|
|YWCA Madison, Inc.||Restorative Justice Practices in Schools, Communities, and Relationships||$72,000.00|
|Madison Public Library Foundation||Making Justice||$58,650.00|
|Dear Diary, Inc.||HERSpace: Sisterhood Soiree||$75,255.00|
|UNIDOS Against Domestic Violence||UNIDOS||$31,485.00|
|African Center for Community Development, Inc.||SAFE-CARE: Supporting African Immigrant Families to End Domestic Violence||$65,000.00|