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Importance of Financial Assistance for Survivors
Gender-based violence can create tremendous financial stress for those who have been victimized. Survivors are often left with financial burdens related to mental and/or physical health services; loss of wages from having to miss work or quit their job; damaged property; moving expenses; loss of college scholarships due to a drop in academic performance or leave of absence; loss of tuition dollars.
Donate to the CAPE Survivor Fund
You can donate to the CAPE Survivor Fund here.
For questions regarding donating, please contact Associate Director, Community Philanthropy and Activation, Nicholas Bowlby email@example.com Phone: 303-871-2681
CAPE Survivor Fund Eligibility Guidelines
• Any DU student, staff, or faculty who has experienced gender violence is eligible to apply for the CAPE Survivor Fund.
• Survivors can access the application process by meeting with a CAPE Advocate.
• There must be a direct connection between the gender violence and the financial difficulty.
• The CAPE Survivor Fund is NOT a confidential resource due to the application review process. In order to avoid any conflict with a student's financial aid status, identifying information and the student's connection with CAPE will be shared with the Financial Aid Office. Details about the trauma(s) will not be shared.
• The CAPE Survivor Fund is designed to provide financial support of up to $500 toward eligible expenses for survivors.
• Survivors are eligible to apply for the CAPE Survivor Fund once per calendar year.
• The CAPE Survivor Fund is designed to provide one-time financial assistance, and cannot provide ongoing assistance.
To learn more, or to connect with an advocate,
contact the Coordinator of CAPE Advocacy Services, Kayla Ham,
at 303-871-3853 or firstname.lastname@example.org.