Application Information for the MRHD 2016 Special Grant

February 15, 2016  |   Application,Grants   |     |   2 Comments

HOW TO APPLY FOR A 2016 MRHD SPECIAL GRANT
($25,000 TO $250,000)

BY REGULAR US POSTAL SERVICE MAIL:

- Submit the following information:

- Name of organization
- Person’s name submitting and title
- Brief project title
- Mailing address
- Documentation of nonprofit status

-  501c3 – certificate of existence/Certificate of good Standing from Secretary of State
- Governmental agency – letter from CEO approving request
- Churches – IRS determination if not a 501c3

- Mail to:

MRHD
c/o Mark Monson
Box 565
Sgt. Bluff, Iowa 51054

BY EMAIL:

- Complete 1 through 5 above
- Email to mark@mudflap.com (click on email address to the left)

- An application will be sent to you via your method of transmission.
- Applications are numbered and cannot be given to another organization.
- Substituted organizations will be voided.

REMINDERS:

- Must be a nonprofit/governmental agency working within Woodbury County or an organization in Plymouth,
Cherokee, Ida or Monona that serves Woodbury County residents
- Project must be completed by October 2017
- Funds shall not be used for salaries, ongoing expenses or supplanting organizational funds.
- Consideration will be given whether grant funds will be used for Iowa resources, goods and services.

TIMELINES

- Applications may be requested on or after July 15th and up to August 15th.
Requests after August 15th will not be accepted.
- Completed applications must be dated on or before September 1st.
- The awards ceremony will be October 13th at the Lewis & Clark Interpretive Center at 2:00 pm.

 

 

~~ Click Here To Download The Grant Requirements and Information ~~
 

 

 

2 Comments for this entry

    Willie Allbaugh
    March 19th, 2016 on 1:45 pm

    on the last page of the grant, in the bottom section summit our grant do you want a list of our board of directors??

      Mark Monson
      March 19th, 2016 on 2:21 pm

      Yes we want a list of your Board.

      Mark Monson