Application Checklist & Documentation
Please review the application requirements and documentation needed for each type of Neighborhood Innovation Grant Program project. Examples of public service projects might include the development of a neighborhood newsletter or walking tour, while public facility improvements might involve tree-planting or mural-making. We realize that many projects might include both a public service and public facility component. Groups that propose to spend the majority of their funding on facility improvements would fall under the category of "Public Facility Projects", while groups that propose to spend the majority of their funding on public service projects would fall under the category of "Public Service Projects".
BEFORE DETERMING WHETHER TO SUBMIT A LETTER OF INTEREST, ALL GROUPS MUST REVIEW THE PROGRAM GUIDELINES.
Public Facility Project - Application Requirements
Public Service Project - Application Requirements
- Application Form
- IRS W-9 Form (To be completed by the organization that will manage awarded funds)
- Participant Demographics Form (To be completed by all project participants and submitted along with application)
- Monthly Reporting Form (To be submitted along with application and once during each consecutive month that the program is in session)
All project groups will be required to complete their projects and submit final evaluation forms by July 15th, 2013.