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Preventing Gun Violence

Honoring Those We Have Lost

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Gun Policy Reforms In America

Gun Policy Reforms In America

Strengthening the nation’s response to gun violence.

 
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Gun Violence Prevention Program

Preventing Gun Violence Through Effective Public Policies

 
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Gun Violence Prevention Grantees

2013 Gun Violence Prevention Grantees

Find more information about grantees in our Annual Reports.

American College of Preventive Medicine
Washington, DC $239,843
For continued efforts to build support for the National Violent Death Reporting System. (1 yr)

Association of Prosecuting Attorneys
Washington, DC $30,000
To support a gun violence prevention public education campaign. (6 mos)

Ceasefire Pennsylvania Education Fund
Philadelphia, PA $325,000
For continued support for public engagement projects for gun violence prevention policies in the state. (1 yr)

Center for American Progress
Washington, DC $250,000
To support a senior fellow working on gun policy issues. (1 yr)

Citizens for a Safer Minnesota Education Fund
St. Paul, MN $100,000
To support efforts to education Minnesotans about gun violence prevention policies. (1 yr)

City of Chicago, Office of the Mayor
Chicago, IL $150,000
To support a project to reduce gun crime in Chicago and to educate Chicagoans about gun laws at local, state and federal levels. (1 yr)

City of Minneapolis Police Department
Minneapolis, MN $30,000
To support a community engagement and outreach partnership to address youth violence. (1 yr)

Educational Fund to Stop Gun Violence
Washington, DC

$150,000
To support the development of national coalitions and to build expertise on the intersection of gun violence and mental illness (1 yr)

$50,000
To conduct research and training in support of a public education campaign in Delaware. (6 mos)

Illinois Council Against Handgun Violence
Chicago, IL

$250,000
To support programs that build statewide awareness about public policies that will improve the safety of communities. (1 yr)

$37,000
For general support. (3 mos)

National Foundation for the Centers for Disease Control & Prevention, Inc
Atlanta, GA $50,000
To support the creation of a research framework for preventing firearm-related violence. (6 mos)

National Physicians Alliance Foundation, Inc
Washington, DC $50,000
To support a public education campaign around gun violence prevention. (6 mos)

New Venture Fund
Washington, DC

$226,500
To support general charitable operations. (3 mos)

$155,000
To support the national organizing director for gun violence prevention and a public education campaign about guns on college campuses.(1 yr)

$154,033
To support a media watchdog project around gun violence and public safety issues. (1 yr)

$125,000
To support the new grassroots organization Moms Demand Action for Gun Sense in America. (1 yr)

$30,000
For strategic planning assistance to One Million Moms for Gun Control initiatives. (3 mos)

MomsRising Education Fund
Bellevue, WA

$50,000
For support of a public education campaign around gun policy reform. (6 mos)

$50,000
To support a gun safety campaign. (1 yr)

Ohio Coalition Against Gun Violence
Oakland, CA $150,000
To support gun violence prevention organizing activities. (1 yr)

PICO National Network
Toledo, OH $80,000
To engage religious congregations to advocate for state and national policies to stem gun violence in urban neighborhoods. (1 yr)

Police Executive Research Forum
Washington, DC

$247,000
To support state-based gun policy summits for law enforcement, and a suburban Cook County firearms trace data project. (2 yrs)

$40,000
To commence a project to hold two law enforcement summits in the western United States. (9 mos)

The Police Foundation
Washington, DC $150,000
To support non-partisan educational activities of the National Law Enforcement Partnership to Prevent Gun Violence. (1 yr)

President and Fellows of Harvard College
Boston, MA $500,000
To support the Preventing Firearm Violence project. (1 yr)

Sojourners
Washington, DC $60,000 $110,000
To support public education campaigns to engage faith leaders around gun violence prevention. (18 mos)

States United to Prevent Gun Violence
New York, NY $40,000
To continue web and technical support to state-based gun violence prevention organizations. (1 yr)

The University of Chicago
Chicago, IL $150,000
For the University of Chicago Crime Lab to support a new project to analyze secondary underground gun markets in Chicago and other cities. (2 yrs)

Violence Policy Center
Washington, DC $250,000
To support research, public education and advocacy in support of effective gun violence prevention policies. (1 yr)

WAVE Educational Fund
Milwaukee, WI $340,000
To support the Wisconsin Gun Violence Prevention Project. (1 yr)

Latest News From The Gun Violence Prevention Program

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10/28/2014 2:12:00 PM

Law Enforcement Calls For Expanded Background Checks

Citing new statistics that police gun deaths have increased 64% since last year, law enforcement calls for background checks for every gun purchase.

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9/18/2014 11:34:00 AM

Storytelling and Policy Change in the Digital Era

Ellen Alberding encourages Chicago leaders to make it possible for all voices to be heard in the most powerful way possible.​

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9/17/2014 9:30:00 AM

Mental Illness and Guns

It is also critical that lawmakers put in place policies that make it more difficult for persons at greatest risk of violence to gain access to a firearm...

 
 

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