VOCA funding to states for victims services has more than tripled this year. This funding may be available to community organizations like yours. If your group/organization supports and provides services to crime survivors of color and other underserved survivors that otherwise have little or no access to services that address their victimization, then you should join us.
VOCA Funding for Your Community Webinar
November 20, 1:00 – 2:30 p.m. Eastern
REGISTER TODAY at: ejusa.org/voca/webinar
Learn about federal VOCA funding, how to apply, eligibility requirements, how the services you are already providing to the community may be eligible for victims services funding, and how you can build your group’s capacity to receive and maintain VOCA funding.
This webinar is open to all, but it is geared towards groups and organizations working with underserved groups that traditionally have not had access to or been recipients of victims services funding. Please forward to friends, colleagues, and others interested in learning more about creating opportunities for crime survivors in their community.
We look forward to talking to you on November 20!
Note: This webinar is for those who want to learn more about applying for VOCA funds. Register at ejusa.org/voca/webinar. Our partners at Californians for Safety and Justice are hosting a different webinar on December 4 for those who want to get involved in advocacy around how VOCA funds are spent. You can register for that webinar here.