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FundingFinancial Assistance is Available

Obtaining funding for a bullying prevention program is often a key concern for schools and other institutions.

Many organizations offer financial assistance in the forms of grants and donations.

Browse our list of current funding opportunities 

Schools that implement violence prevention programs have sought funding from many different organizations, including these sources:

General funding sources

  • County government discretionary funds
  • Governor's special council funds for child abuse prevention
  • Mental health funds
  • District and school safety funds
  • School enhancement dollars
  • Mayor's office or municipal government
  • Police departments
  • Violence prevention organizations
  • Medical clinics
  • Neighborhood Watch groups
  • Parent-teacher associations
  • Banking institutions
  • Faith-based institutions
  • Private foundations
  • Hospitals
  • Libraries

Civic and fraternal funding sources

These civic and fraternal organizations* also offer grants and funding opportunities:

United Way of America

U.S. Jaycees

Kiwanis International


See also:

* Inclusion on this list does not indicate endorsement or sponsorship of any Hazelden products or services.

Funding Toolkit

Hazelden Publishing provides free toolkits to help you apply for funding for a number of our proven prevention programs:

  • Class Action
  • Lifelines Suicide Prevention
  • Olweus Bullying Prevention Program (OBPP)
  • Project Northland
  • Building Assets, Reducing Risks
  • Safe Dates
  • Co-occurring Disorders Program (CDP)

The toolkits include everything you need to write a successful grant, including proposal templates, sample letters of support, and grant writing guidelines.

Download Toolkits Now.


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