The Survivors Recovery Fund (SRF) is a community-advised fund dedicated to promoting the recovery of survivors of partner abuse and sexual assault.
To be considered for a SRF grant, applicants must be survivors, live in Berkshire, Franklin, Hampden, or Hampshire Counties, and have a relationship with a registered 501 (c)(3) organization that agrees to sponsor the applicant.
Two Types of Funding
Match My Savings
SRF will support survivors’ efforts to create savings by offering matching grants for survivors’ self-identified, financial goals. SRF will provide $2 for every $1 saved for a maximum of $100 per month for a maximum of 12 months. For example, if a survivor saves $25 per month for six months, SRF will provide a matching grant of $300.
SRF will offer non-matching grants of $1,000 maximum for survivors’ immediate needs for economic relief.
- Trish Bonica, Founder & director
- Becca Bradburd, Elizabeth Freeman Center
- Jac Patrissi, Carson Center
- Amy Waldman, Department of Public Health
- Marianne Winters, Safe Passage