Mini-Grant Application Instructions
Fill out the online Mini-Grant Application Form
Address the following items in the Project Description portion of the application:
- Provide a brief description of the proposed activity, including a timeline
- Identify the intended audience(s) for the activity
- Explain the goal(s) of the activity
- Describe the indicator(s) that will be used to determine if the activity’s goals have been met
- Describe how the proposed activity fits the mission, values and goals for the larger Reaching for Higher Ground project and the theme of Food Matters.
- Provide a simple budget for the proposed activity and describe specifically how the mini-grant would be used. Identify any funding from other sources to be used for the activity. Note, mini-grant funds may NOT be used for faculty/staff salaries. Project budgets should follow standard university budgeting procedures and use approved rates.
Preference will be given to proposals that meet the following criteria:
- Are complete, well-prepared, well-written, and understandable.
- Propose activities that reflect the goal mission and values of the Reaching for Higher Ground project and the Food Matters theme.
- Propose activities that address two or more of the Reaching for Higher Ground goals and in particular address the goals of:
- Creating an appetite and capacity for civil discourse
- Engaging the campus community
- Building a stronger campus community
- Involve the collaboration of two or more departments/units.
- Involve the collaboration of individuals or organizations from the area community.
Applicants must submit the online application form by the March 29, 2013 deadline for their application to be considered complete.
A copy of your submitted application will be sent to the e-mail address provided in the application.
APPLICATION DEADLINE: BY 5:00 PM, FRIDAY, MARCH 29, 2013
Contact Committee Member, Hillery Oberle, at 273-3961 or Hillery.firstname.lastname@example.org.