The Maryland Coalition Against Sexual Assault (MCASA) is pleased to offer its warm gratitude to the following donors who make our programs possible:
The Office on Violence Against Women, U.S. Department of Justice
Governor’s Office of Crime Prevention, Youth and Victim Services
Maryland Department of Health
Maryland Legal Services Corporation
Maryland Charity Campaign
The Combined Federal Campaign
United Way of Central Maryland
Brent and Becky's Bulbs
Care to Dance
Compass Government Relations Partners
Delta Sigma Theta Sorority Inc.
Dragga, Hannon & Wills, LLP
Erin Levitas Foundation
Frank Boston Attorney at Law
Greater Washington Jewish Coalition Against Domestic Abuse
Law firm of Ethridge, Quinn, Kemp, Rowan & Hartinger
Manis, Canning & Associates Inc.
Maryland Counseling & Wellness
Network for Good
North American Traveling Musicians Union
Perry, White, Ross & Jacobson
Public Policy Partners
The College Consortium is a statewide network of college staff and other professionals that works collectively to prevent violence and respond to the needs of victim-survivors on Maryland campuses.
The Maryland Women of Color Network actively works toward breaking down barriers to service delivery and influencing meaningful change at all levels for women of color by providing workshops, participating in community activities, and researching the best practices that support women of color who are survivors of sexual crimes.
Click here for a list of Rape Crisis and Recovery Centers in Maryland.
Coordinated by the Maryland Department of Health (MDH), Reducing Intimate partner violence and Sexual assault Every day in MarylanD (RISEMD), addresses the prevention of sexual violence, intimate partner violence, stalking, and child sexual abuse in Maryland and promotes healthy sexuality and healthy relationships through collaboration, coordination, evaluation, and education. RISEMD promotes primary prevention and awareness strategies to use with targeted audiences and underserved populations across the state. The alliance is made up of key stakeholders to identify primary prevention strategies that aim to reduce and eliminate sexual violence and related forms of interpersonal violence. To learn more about the alliance and how to participate, email [email protected]
It is with support from organizations that MCASA is making great strides toward eliminating sexual violence in Maryland. Whether you are interested in supporting direct services to survivors of sexual assault, statewide prevention campaigns such as our Speak up. Speak out. college campaign or training for professionals, MCASA can tailor a sponsorship to meet your organization’s needs.
We can focus your giving on program areas that support your organization’s philanthropic and social responsibility goals. For more information, contact [email protected].