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: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Kristin Mitchell Foundation Grants Educate about Dating Violence
PHILADELPHIA, PA / 2016 – The Kristin Mitchell Foundation awards grants to agencies in Pennsylvania and Maryland working to educate about dating violence. Each fine organization helps us fulfill our mission to end the devastating effects of dating abuse by raising awareness about warning signs and preventative actions.
• Aldersgate Youth Services
Kristin M. Mitchell ’05 Memorial Scholarship
PHILADELPHIA, PA – The Kristin M. Mitchell Foundation awards a scholarship to honor the memory of Kristin Mitchell, a graduate of Saint Joseph’s University in 2005. Following her graduation, Kristin was brutally murdered by her boyfriend. The Kristin Mitchell Foundation is dedicated to raising awareness about unhealthy dating relationships.
Kristin is remembered for her leadership, commitment and engagement at Saint Joseph’s. The scholarship is awarded to a deserving undergraduate student who exemplifies the extraordinary contributions of Kristin to the University.
The Kristin M. Mitchell ‘05 Memorial Scholarship is awarded yearly. The recipient is always a Saint Joseph’s University undergraduate student who exemplifies the extraordinary contributions Kristin made to SJU.
The scholarship is provided annually to student who has demonstrated active involvement in Service Learning activities at Saint Joseph’s University in the area of domestic violence or dating violence; and/or demonstrated an active engagement in education and prevention activities in the areas of domestic violence or dating violence at Saint Joseph’s University.
The Kristin M. Mitchell scholarship for 2016 will be awarded at this year’s 11th Kristin’s Krusade 5K Run/Walk on Saturday, April 8, 2017.