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Grant Process 2011-2012

Proposed method for grant making in the 2011-2012 grant cycle.

Taylor Wilson

on 6 April 2011

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Transcript of Grant Process 2011-2012

Grant Process 2011-2012 Attend Bidder's Meeting
facilitated by Dr. Abe
Wandersman to learn how
to use the GTO Contracting
Form. (in-person or via tele-
conference. Complete the Section 2
GTO Contracting Form,
along with Section 3-Budget
Justification Form (all will be
provided through one link
on our website). Register for Bidder's
Meeting April 21st and
watch pre-meeeting
webinar sent out to all
registered participants. Complete Section 1 of GTO
Contracting Form. Submit
application to SC Campaign
electronically. Once application have been approved, an email notification of funding will be sent, SC Campaign CEO will sign Section 1, and first check will be cut. Step 1 Step 2 Step 3 Step 4 Step 5 Step 2 Step 4 Step 5 April 21st, 2011 May 19th,2011 May 26th, 2011 June 2nd, 2011 Bidders
Meeting DSS, BCBS, PREP, Spartanburg, BUNNELLE, and CDC EBI parnters Community identified partners will complete Step 4 and Step 5 as they are identified. What is a Planning Grant?
A grant will be provided to new clinical partners in Horry and Spartanburg interested in working with the SC Campaign. The purpose of this grant is to give new clinical partners the opportunity to assess their capacities, participate in different educational opportunties, acquire software, etc. to set them up for success. Most importantly will be a REQUIRED policy change to impact the community. After completing the Planning Grant, the partners are eligible to apply for a 2011-2012 programming grant during the fall application cycle. April 21st-May 19th,2011 May 19th, 2011 June 9th, 2011 Step 1 Step 3 May 13th, 2011 May 18th, 2011 Step 5 completed for Spartanburg Grantees with small change. 100% of planning grant amount will be given to grantee. These partner will be identified by Community Specialists. Community Specialists will Complete Steps 1 and 3 (Step 2 is not necessary since SC Campaign Specialists will be completing the form). Then, as Community Specialists identify partners and or events they think fulfill the objectives of their Section 2 of the Contract, they can award funds by having them complete Section 1 and Section 3. Community Specialist will complete Step 1 and Step 3 in an effort to monitor the relationship building effots in each community. Planning Grant partners (CDC) Implementation Grants Community Grants Planning Grants June 1st, 2011- September 30th, 2011 Grantee funded to complete tasks including REQUIRED policy or major systems change. Planning grant grantees are eligible to apply for Fall Funding starting August 1st. Implementation Spring Timeline April 21st, 2011 Step 3 Step 4 Step 5 April 21st-May 19th,2011 June 9th, 2011 to June 30th, 2012 Step 1 April 21st, 2011 SC Campaign Timeline Community Grant Timeline Planning Grant Timeline
due to SC
Campaign Grant Specialist
conducts initial
screening of
contracts. Contracts reviewed
internally by specific
SC Campaign staff. June 9th, 2011 Contracts signed by
CEO, POs signed for
first checks and submitted,
new grantees notified via email. Step 5 completed for Spartanburg Grantees with small change. 100% of planning grant amount will be given to grantee.
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