Community Funding and Support
We are grateful for the funding and support from our community to support survivors of sexual assault and those who care about them.
Community Support and Funding Statement
Bronson Battle Creek is a major partner with Sexual Assault Services, donating space and in-kind services, making Sexual Assault Services a department of Bronson Battle Creek. This project is funded by Grant No. 20448-19V15 awarded to the Bronson Health Foundation, by the Michigan Crime Victim Services Commission. The agreement award of $738,342 (80 percent) of the project comes from the Federal Crime Victims Fund, established by the Victims of Crime Act of 1984 administered by the Office of Victims of Crime, Office of Justice Programs, and U.S. Department of Justice. Bronson Battle Creek provides the required match valued at $184,585 by the use of volunteers and other local match.
Sexual Assault Services wishes to thank the Michigan Domestic Violence Sexual Assault Prevention and Treatment Board for their financial support of this project. This project was supported by Grant No. 15-13002 by the Bureau of Justice Assistance, Office of Justice Programs, and U.S. Department of Justice (STOP GRANT). Sexual Assault Services receives an accredited center grant from the National Children’s Alliance/MI Chapter of the NCA. Sexual Assault Services also receives in-kind support from Oaklawn Hospital, Crossroads Church and Ministries in Marshall, the Domestic Violence Coalition, and Bronson Lakeview Hospital in Paw Paw.
Sexual Assault Services is a United Way of the Battle Creek and Kalamazoo Region Community Solutions Partner. Sexual Assault Services is the designated Calhoun County Child Abuse and Neglect Council, receiving funds from the Michigan Children’s Trust Fund. Other current funding sources include: Bronson Health Foundation, The Marshall United Way, The Battle Creek Community Foundation, The Miller Foundation. Donations have been received from the Marshall Exchange Club, Christ Lutheran Church, Marshall, and many generous individuals and organizations. All grant funding was expended according to allowable, restricted expenses for each grant.