All documents listed below must be submitted in PDF format with the exception of the on-line Organization Information Form. Submit all documents at the same time to: email@example.com
Online Organization Information Form:
Complete the Organization Information Form. No signature is necessary and some sections have word-number limitations
Letter of Inquiry:
This letter indicates the organization’s interest in applying for the $100,000 Impact Grant and is used to determine basic eligibility. The letter is limited to one page, single spaced 12-point type using 1-inch margins and should include the following items:
The letter of inquiry will be evaluated by Impact100 and if it meets eligibility requirements, an invitation to submit a full proposal will be issued. Not all organizations submitting letters of inquiry will be invited to submit a full application.
The online Organization Information Form and Letters of Inquiry (LOI) for the $100,000 Impact Grant must be submitted no later than 8:00 pm on January 31, 2019. Please email the LOI to firstname.lastname@example.org.
If the letter of inquiry is accepted, then the following items should be submitted:
This should be three to five pages (12-point type, 1-inch margins) telling a compelling story of the proposal and why it is important. The Program Narrative should include applicable information below (the first four should be copied and pasted from the letter of inquiry).
Capital Expenditure Information (if applicable):
If your proposal involves other partners or collaborators, please complete this form and have it signed by each collaborator/partner.
Impact Grant proposals and all of the required attachments must be submitted no later than 8:00 pm on February 21, 2019. Submit all materials by email to email@example.com.
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