SASP FY 2023-2024 Request for Applications Is Open!

June 17, 2022



Federal Fiscal Years 2023-2024

January 1, 2023-December 31, 2024


The North Carolina Coalition Against Sexual Assault is now accepting applications for the funding period of January 1, 2023- December 31, 2024. The purpose of SASP is to help support rape crisis centers and other nonprofit, nongovernmental organizations or tribal programs that provide core services, direct intervention, and related assistance to victims of sexual assault. Awards of $26,000 (please note that this amount is estimated on previous year allocation) will be made to up to 21 eligible organizations. 


SASP funding can be used to support:

  • Advocacy, defined as any services, assistance, or resources provided to survivors of sexual violence to support them in meeting their goals for healing, safety, and accountability (could include individual support services, support groups, case management, therapeutic services, accompaniment, etc.)
  • Services for adult, youth, and child victims of sexual assault
  • Services for secondary survivors impacted by sexual assault (family and household members, friends, coworkers, classmates of victims)


Applicants will apply for a project under one of the following priorities:

  • Innovative support services  
  • Improving accessible services for underserved communities


Continuation projects must answer additional questions as indicated in the application.


NCCASA highly encourages other non-profits, non-governmental agencies that provide culturally specific services, including tribal organizations, to apply


NCCASA is the pass-through agency for SASP sub-grantees/contractors. This means that all applications, notifications, reporting, and reimbursements will come through NCCASA. Funded projects will receive the following support from NCCASA during the project:

  • Up to monthly programmatic monitoring and technical assistance/support calls
  • Collaboratively developed training/technical assistance plan to support SASP goals
  • At least one monitoring site visit (in-person or virtual) 
  • Ongoing responsive technical assistance and support


Applications must be submitted by August 1, 2022 at 5:00pm via email at Incomplete or late applications will not be accepted. If you have any questions about SASP or this application process, please contact Deanna Harrington, Director of Statewide Capacity at


Click here to access the full announcement.

Click here to access the Request for Applications.

Click here to register for the informational grant writing webinar.