Together for Girls Awarded $10.3 Million Grant to Support Advocacy Efforts by Survivors and Allies to End Sexual Violence Against Children

Washington, D.C., September 27, 2021 —Together for Girls, a global partnership dedicated to breaking the cycle of violence against children, with special attention to sexual violence, will receive a $10.3 million USD grant over four years from Oak Foundation. The funding will support a diverse and broad coalition of survivors and allies working to demand an end to the pandemic of sexual violence against children, through advocacy for bold public policy solutions and campaigns to shift societal norms and eradicate survivor stigma.

“We are building an inclusive and impactful global healing movement,” said Paul Zeitz, survivor and founder of Build a Movement 2022. “I am honored and thrilled to be part of this newly forming global movement where survivors will help lead bold and transformational action to end this scourge on humanity.”