The Resource Sharing Project and the National Network to End Domestic Violence, in partnership, created an online board orientation course that provides introductory, core training tools for coalitions and local programs to use with board members, executive directors, and agency staff about non-... more
This guide is intended for rural sexual assault advocates searching for concrete information on how to work with Deaf and hard of hearing sexual assault survivors. Deaf survivors of sexual assault face numerous obstacles, such as isolation, stereotyping, and lack of anonymity in accessing all... more
Recorded September 30th, 2014
Join us for an interactive webinar outlining how agencies can adopt the empowerment model we use with survivors to use for ourselves. Advocates working at rural dual/multi-service agencies are often more isolated from fellow staff members, feel overextended, and often... more
The RSP in partnership with NNEDV, as part of the Nonprofit Sustainability Technical Assistance Project, presented
Empowering Your Board to Lead: Understanding the Roles and Responsibilities of Your Board of Directors on June 18, 2015.
The webinar is available in its full version here. (93... more
When we think about ensuring our accuracy in finances, we want to consider the environment we want to create in our organizations and how it will look from day-to-day in a way that doesn't bog us down. Internal controls are important as they ensure the public that we are accomplishing our mission... more
Evaluation is a mindful and planned effort to capture the meaning and impact of our work; our results can help future practitioners in their efforts to prevent sexual violence and support survivors’ healing. Evaluation also helps keep us ethical and accountable to the communities and programs we... more
an Interview with Sean Black, Communications Coordinator, Illinois Coalition Against Sexual Assault and conducted by Kendra Malone, Information & Technical Assistance Specialist, Iowa Coalition Against Sexual Assault December 18th, 2012
1. Why evaluate programs?