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Violence Prevention Programs

Grants for nonprofit organizations

The 2017 Grant Guidelines are now available >>

Please review the application and guidelines carefully to see if your organization qualifies for funding consideration under the Violence Prevention or Education categories. All applications must be received by Friday, May 26, 2017 at 5:00pm. 

Strike Out Violence Day

The San Francisco Giants, Giants Community Fund and Futures Without Violence annually hold a day that honors individuals who are leading the way and committed to stopping violence in our communities. The Giants will hold a pregame home-plate ceremony recognizing the work and efforts of local community leaders and organizations. Strike Out Violence Day is on Sunday, Sept. 18.

Strike Out Violence Day also includes the annual Jerseys Off Our Giants raffle to benefit La Casa de las Madres. More than 100 volunteers sell $2 raffle tickets throughout the ballpark for the chance to win an autographed Giants jersey. Since 2002, over has been raised to benefit La Casa de las Madres, which offers support services for battered women and their children.

Junior Giants Strike Out Violence Programs

The Giants Community Fund created the following programs to address violence prevention needs in the Junior Giants communities. These programs provide a forum for participants to discuss methods of preventing violence in their neighborhoods.

Junior Giants Speakers Program

In an effort to address violence in our communities, the Giants Community Fund established the Junior Giants Violence Prevention Speaker's Program. Youth advocate and comedian Michael Pritchard and representatives from Soul Shoppe annually visit Junior Giants leagues to speak with kids, coaches and parents about respect, gang prevention and anti-bullying messages.

Strike Out Bullying Contest

Junior Giants Strike Out Bullying Contest is an opportunity for kids to artistically express what their community would look like if it was violence free. Kids can submit a poem, song, or piece of art that communicates this message. The contest winners are recognized during the Strike Out Violence day pre game ceremony.