Funders and Allied Organizations

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 Control & Prevention
Maryland Department of Health
Maryland Legal Services Corporation
The Harry and Jeannette Weinberg Foundation
United Way of Central Maryland
The Maryland Bar Foundation
Frank M. Ewing Foundation, Inc.
Baltimore City Mayor’s Office on Criminal Justice
University of Maryland, College Park
Adventist HealthCare
CareFirst® BlueCross® BlueShield®
Reliable Repairs, Inc.
The Combined Federal Campaign
Maryland Charity Campaign
The David and Barbara Hirschhorn Foundation, Inc.

Rape Crisis and Recovery Centers

Click here for a list of Rape Crisis and Recovery Centers


As the federally-recognized state sexual assault coalition, MCASA is proud to lead Maryland’s efforts to end sexual violence and ensure compassionate care for survivors. We are pleased to lend our expertise in support of RISEMD’s mission and vision.

The Maryland Coalition Against Sexual Assault (MCASA) proudly participates in a statewide alliance coordinated by the Maryland Department of Health (MDH). The alliance, 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 coalition-building. RISEMD promotes primary prevention and awareness strategies to use with targeted audiences and underserved populations across the state.

RISEMD Mission: To lead Maryland communities in the promotion of healthy relationships and the prevention of sexual violence, intimate partner violence, stalking, and child sexual abuse through collaboration, coordination, evaluation, and education.

RISEMD Vision: A Maryland free of interpersonal violence that is rooted in equality, respect, and empathy.

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. If you are interested in learning 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].

You can also make an online donation and learn more about how your donation supports MCASA.