The AAA-ICDR Foundation Third Quarter 2023 Update is now available. Get the latest news on Rapid Response Grants, learn how to register for upcoming events and access a webinar on implementing mediation response units.
AAA-ICDR Foundation Board awards $100,000 in Rapid Response Grants to organizations providing alternatives to law enforcement responses for public safety.
AAA-ICDR Foundation has awarded two grants totaling $400,000 to expand Dayton Ohio’s Mediation Response Unit. This recorded webinar provides an overview of the Unit and advice for other communities wanting to develop similar programs.
Exciting developments during the second quarter of 2023 include: a Special Initiative Grant, a new member of the Board, a stunning Annual Report, a presentation on trauma-informed mediation for Ukrainians, and more!
AAA-ICDR Foundation awards The Divided Community Project (DCP) at The Ohio State University Moritz College of Law (through the Ohio State University Foundation) $250,000 to advance DCP’s National Academy Initiative.
AAA-ICDR Foundation welcomes applications for 2024 Grant Cycle, inviting proposals seeking between $50K and $250K for programs utilizing ADR to Bridge Community Conflict, Prevent and Reduce Violence, and Support Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion.
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AAA-ICDR Foundation Board awards $250,000 Special Initiative Grant to expand Dayton Ohio’s Mediation Response Unit.
Report highlights key aspects of granting and fundraising in 2022 focused on the Foundation’s priority areas – preventing & reducing violence, bridging community conflict, and supporting diversity, equity & inclusion.
The AAA-ICDR Foundation is pleased to announce that the AAA-ICDR President and CEO, Bridget M. McCormack, has joined the Foundation’s Board of Directors.
On May 3, 2023, the AAA-ICDR Foundation and grantee Mediators Beyond Borders International hosted a special presentation by Ukrainian social psychologist, Dr. Iryna Eihelson. The recording is now available to view.
AAA-ICDR Foundation funding helped expand “CommonSense American Conversations,” a way for members to discuss policy topics ripe for bi-partisan action.