SCIF is designed to be a learning process at all phases, including the application phase. Email all inquiries and applications to email@example.com. Read through the information below to better understand grant sizes, deadlines and steps.
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Less than $1,000; applications accepted on a rolling basis
Small Grant Application
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- Set up a meeting with the SCIF Coordinator.
- Plan and design your project.
- Contact all relevant parties – SCIF Coordinator can help.
- Submit rough draft of application and proposal to the SCIF Coordinator for review.
- If you are planning on doing a project that will change the landscape or is permanent, please refer to the SCIF Landscape Structure Checklist.
- Once feedback is received, revise your application and submit final draft to SCIF Coordinator.
- All final drafts will be sent to the Allocations Committee.
- The Allocations Committee will meet to discuss the project. During this time it is common for the committee to provide questions and feedback for the applicant.
- The applicant will have one week to draft responses that will then be submitted to the Allocations Committee for final decision.
- The Allocations Committee will vote on all submitted applications (this process can range between 1-2 weeks).
- The SCIF coordinator will inform all candidates about the decisions and then all approved projects will begin.