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Has the project previously received a Civil Forfeiture Grant? If yes, please list which years the project
What was the date of the last cycle of your domestic violence prevention/intervention program?
Stream Focus: Domestic Violence Prevention/Intervention Programming
This stream provides up to $30,000 in one-time funding to organizations for the direct delivery of
domestic violence prevention/intervention programming. Funding will support organizations (including
Indigenous organizations) that presently deliver (i.e., have delivered at least one program cycle in the
past 24-months) domestic violence prevention/intervention group programming in community to
individuals who commit violence in intimate partner relationships. Programming must be delivered prior
to the charge, conviction or sentencing stage of the criminal justice process and must meet the needs of
the community it is being delivered to including the unique needs of Indigenous communities and
Programming will contribute to the safety and wellbeing of victims who have experienced, or are at-risk
of experiencing, domestic violence.
• Not-for-profit organizations based in British Columbia
• Indigenous organizations based in British Columbia (First Nations Bands or Tribal Councils, First
Nations organizations incorporated as a not-for-profit society or registered charitable organization,
Urban/off reserve First Nation organizations such as Friendship Centres, Métis chartered
communities and Métis service providers).
PROJECT EXECUTIVE SUMMARY:
Provide an executive summary of the project which should include the project’s name, objective,
target group, whether the program is delivered prior to the charge, conviction or sentencing stage,
and types of activities to be implemented. Provide a maximum of 5 sentences.