Additional Information About Funding For Gun Violence Research
With just a few days remaining before submissions close, the National Collaborative on Gun Violence Research has released a final set of responses to questions for the 2020 request for proposals (RFP).
The collaborative has now posted responses to 47 questions submitted by those interested in applying for funding. We recommend reviewing these responses as you finalize your letter of interest.
The deadline for submissions is February 4, at 8 p.m. EST.
This year we’re partnering with Missouri Foundation for Health (MFH) to fund research relevant to Missouri. The state of Missouri has some of the nation’s highest rates of gun violence, and more than 1,300 Missourians die from gunshot wounds each year.
Last week, we sat down with MFH’s Jessi LaRose to discuss why the Foundation is supporting a data-driven approach to tackling gun violence. Read our conversation here.