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23Feb 2017

Highlights from the Underserved NGO

On January 31st – February 2nd, 2017, ALSO hosted the New Grantee Orientation (NGO) for the Grants for Outreach and Services to Underserved Populations in partnership with the Office on Violence Against Women. During this two and a half day meeting in Saint Paul, agencies from 14 cities around the country met to discuss various ...
26Jan 2017

From Required to Inspired Within the STOP Formula Grant Program

From Required to Inspired Within the STOP Formula Grant Program
In the second of a two-part series of meetings designed to assist STOP Administrators with their STOP implementation planning and other points along the grant cycle, ALSO’s STAAR Project convened “From Required to Inspired: Unlocking Your Leadership Potential through Grant Administration,” in Chicago on November 15-16, 2016. The meeting, which was attended by STOP Administrators ...
12Jan 2017

The 2016 Consolidated Youth Winter Institute

In partnership with the Office on Violence Against Women, the Consolidated Youth Technical Assistance Team consisting of ALSO, Break the Cycle, and Men Can Stop Rape, hosted the 2016 Consolidated Youth Winter Institute, “Learning from Each Other: Sharing Grantee Successes”, in San Diego on December 15-16, 2016. This Institute spotlighted current grantees’ work and provided ...
03Nov 2016

Annual Benefit for Peace 2016

The ALSO Board, staff and community sincerely thank all who attended and contributed to a successful Benefit for Peace! The event, which took place on Wednesday, October 19, represents our highest tickets sales and largest contributions from silent auction and raffle in the event’s history. Our supporters are passionate individuals and companies who believe in our ...
26Oct 2016

Addressing Sexual Violence Across Communities Through National Resources

Zarena Leblanc and Maribel Romero from ALSO attended the 2016 National Sexual Assault Conference held in the District of Columbia on August 31st to September 2nd. This conference – themed “Hopeful Future Honored Past – united more than 1,300 individuals from 50 states, 4 territories and 7 nations under one roof, to envision and collaboratively discuss ...