School violence is on the rise, with incidents such as shootings, assaults and increasing across the country. Violence affects elementary and high schools, rural and urban areas, without discrimination. In 2018, the US government passed the STOP School Violence Act, which will give $1 billion to schools and local governments for violence prevention projects.
If you want funding for your school safety program, consider applying for the STOP School Violence Grant Program. While applying for a federal grant might seem daunting, we’re here to help.
This handy checklist breaks down the review criteria used to choose grantees. Check off each item and you’ll know your application is thorough and complete.
Download this free STOP School Violence Grant Program review criteria checklist to keep your application on track.