Gun Violence Section
Grants List

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Grant NameGrant Date
American College of Preventive Medicine
Washington, DC

Amount: $260,114.00
Length: 12 months

URL: www.acpm.org

To undertake a comprehensive education and advocacy campaign aimed at raising awareness of and strengthening support for NVDRS at the national and state level.

11/30/2006
Illinois Council Against Handgun Violence
Chicago, IL

Amount: $770,000.00
Length: 24 months

URL: ichv.org/

For its public, media, and policy-maker education efforts to promote firearm policy reform in Illinois.

11/30/2006
International Association of Chiefs of Police
Alexandria, VA

Amount: $375,000.00
Length: 7 months

URL: www.theiacp.org

To convene the Great Lakes States Summit on Gun Violence in April 2007.

11/30/2006
The George Washington University
Washington, D.C.

Amount: $20,000.00
Length: 12 months

URL: www.gwu.edu/

To study the correlation between city and county level gun availability and suicide, homicide, unintentional firearm-related deaths, and firearm-related deaths of undetermined cause.

11/30/2006
WAVE Educational Fund
Milwaukee, WI

Amount: $630,000.00
Length: 24 months

URL: www.waveedfund.com/

To continue its public, policy-maker, and media education efforts to prevent firearm violence in Wisconsin.

11/30/2006
Mayors Fund to Advance New York City
New York, NY

Amount: $175,000.00
Length: 1 year

"To organize a coalition of mayors from around the country to promote national, state, and local policies, litigation, and law enforcement strategies aimed at reducing the flow of illegal guns into cities."

7/20/2006
National Foundation for the Centers for Disease Control & Prevention, Inc
Atlanta, GA

Amount: $168,547.00
Length: 2 years

URL: www.cdcfoundation.org

To develop an automated query system for the National Violent Death Reporting System.

7/20/2006
Violence Policy Center
Washington, DC

Amount: $700,000.00
Length: 18 mos.

URL: www.vpc.org

For general support and its continued research, public education, and technical assistance to promote gun policy reform in 2007, particularly in Illinois and Wisconsin.

7/20/2006
Children's Memorial Hospital
Chicago, IL

Amount: $41,800.00
Length: 9 mos.

URL: www.childrensmemorial.org/

"To educate the public, policymakers, and data providers about the importance of the National Violent Death Reporting System."

4/12/2006
Children's Memorial Hospital
Chicago, IL

Amount: $60,000.00
Length: 1 year

URL: www.childrensmemorial.org/

To support the continued development and expansion of the Illinois Violent Death Reporting System.

4/12/2006
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