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Applicants must submit a Letter of Intent to Apply. In preparation to submit the Letter of Intent, each organization should confirm they meet all requirements by:
Only nonprofits that have submitted a Letter of Intent by the deadline can submit a grant application for the current year. The Letter of Intent must be submitted online.
The Letter of Intent will be accessible from mid-March to April 30 every year.
To view the Letter of Intent & Grant Application Access Instructions, please CLICK HERE
To access Community Force and the Letter of Intent please CLICK HERE
3. Submit Grant Application online by noon on Wednesday, June 16, 2020
Once submitted, IMPACT 100 will check to ensure the application is complete and notify the applicant.
4. Review of Applications – July & August
A committee for each focus area consisting of IMPACT 100 members will meet once a week to review the grant applications. Your organization will receive a site visit by several members of the committee during the last two of weeks of July or the first two of weeks of August. Applications will be evaluated on the strength of the organization, the strength of the project, the impact of the project on the community and the project’s sustainability. Three finalists from each focus area will be selected. Finalists will be notified by phone. All other applicants will be notified by both email and mail prior to the press conference on September 9, 2020.
5. Finalist Presentation and Selection – Sunday, October 11, 2020
Summaries of the finalists’ projects will be provided to voting members of IMPACT 100 Pensacola Bay Area. Each grant finalist will make a five-minute presentation at the IMPACT 100 Annual Meeting typically held on Sunday, October 11, 2020. IMPACT 100 members will vote by individual ballot and the winning projects will be selected by majority vote that day.
6. Reports and Evaluation
Prior to the release of grant funds, each recipient must complete the IMPACT 100 Grant Agreement Form. Grantees must submit quarterly reports on implementation and progress of the project to IMPACT 100 Pensacola Bay Area Board of Directors. When the project is complete, or funds are fully expended, the grantee must submit a final report.
7. Wish Lists
All applicants will have an opportunity to submit a wish list of items that could benefit their organization. Wish lists will be posted on the IMPACT 100 website for one year, giving possible donors an opportunity to fund applicant’s wishes.
For any questions about the grant process contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org
Organizations eligible to apply for the IMPACT 100 Pensacola Bay Area grant must confirm the organization is:
Projects eligible for the IMPACT 100 grant must: