Apply for Grant Funding through the Kristin Mitchell Foundation
PHILADELPHIA, PA – The Kristin Mitchell Foundation (KMF) provides grant funding for projects that aim to end the devastating effects of dating abuse by raising awareness about warning signs and preventative actions.
Funding proposals, submitted as an electronic application (PDF), are accepted on an on-going basis. Grant awards will be determined by the KMF Board of Directors.
Preference is given to projects designed to raise awareness among college-aged young adults. However, proposals will also be considered for projects designed to reach high school students.
The funding application is available here: kmf-grant-funding-application-9-19-2016.
Save this Funding Application to your computer – then fill it out. Also, be sure you save your application to your computer before you email it to us.
Finished forms should be emailed to the Kristin Mitchell Foundation at: email@example.com.
Get Great Help ASAP
The Kristin Mitchell Foundation is tremendously fortunate to have become associated with national and local organizations that spend their time assisting in the area of domestic (and dating) violence. If you think you are experiencing violent or abusive behavior from someone, get professional help immediately. If you know of someone who seems to be in an abusive relationship, don’t wait. Act!
Dating Violence Is Happening All Around Us
The truth is painful:
- 1 in 3 girls who have been in a serious relationship say they’ve been concerned about being physically hurt by their partner.
- 1 in 4 teens who have been in a serious relationship say their boyfriend or girlfriend has tried to prevent them from spending time with friends or family.
March 2006, Liz Claiborne Inc. commissioned Teenage Research Unlimited (TRU).