The San Diego Women's Foundation is accepting letters of inquiry for the next grant cycle. The goal of this cycle is to fund prevention and intervention programs to support those at risk for and victims of human trafficking.
Letters of Inquiry may be submitted by nonprofit organizations that work across various fields to provide services to those at risk or affected by human trafficking, including but not limited to one of more of the following: Education for prevention, Rescue programs, Therapy and/or counseling, Life skills training, Employment education, Housing solutions, Victim advocacy, Healthcare, Food access, Legal services, Social services.
Grant Parameter Definitions:
- Underserved – For the purposes of this grant cycle, anyone affected by or at risk for human trafficking is underserved.
- Human Trafficking – This population includes any individual who is controlled through force, fraud, or coercion to engage in labor, sexual conduct, or other services.
The application deadline is September 10, 2018