Northland Giving Circle

Northland Giving Circle

2014 Grant Application Process
Fund Description: 

Northland Giving Circle (NGC) is a group of philanthropic and civic-minded individuals dedicated to making a significant impact to the well-being of Platte and Clay counties through a yearly donation. One $30,000 grant is awarded yearly for a program/project that provides basic needs of food, clothing and/or shelter to residents of Platte and/or Clay counties.

Application Deadline: 

October 15, 2014, 5 p.m.

Contact Person: 

Cindy Rhodes, crhodes46@hotmail.com or 816-746-4602

Overview:

Northland Giving Circle (NGC) is a group of philanthropic and civic-minded individuals dedicated to making a significant impact to the well-being of Platte and Clay counties through a yearly donation. One $30,000 grant (presented February, 2015) will be awarded to an organization exempt from Federal Income tax under Section 501(c)(3) of the Internal Revenue Code. The program/project must provide basic needs of food, clothing and/or shelter to residents of Platte and/or Clay counties. An organization can receive this grant every five years.

The following will be excluded from consideration:

  1. Individuals, political parties, candidates or political activities.
  2. Primary and secondary educational institutions.
  3. Religious organizations or denominational programs.
  4. Capital campaigns.

Northland Giving Circle Founding Members

  Gaye Ballinger 
  Judy Spinner 

  Sally Bailey 
  Donna Sumpter 

  Linda Mitchell 
  Linda Ward 

Grant Application Committee Chairman

Cindy Rhodes

2014 Grant Application Procedure/Time Line

August 22, 2014 – Applications for 2013 available online through the Greater Kansas City Community Foundation internet grant application module (IGAM).

October 15, 2014 – Deadline for applications to be submitted (5 p.m. CDT). If you cannot meet the deadline you are invited to apply next year.

November 3 - 7, 2014 Northland Giving Circle Grant Application Committee will select three finalists to submit to membership for final vote.

January 2015 – Northland Giving Circle members will vote; the organization receiving highest number of votes will be awarded grant.

February 2015 – Formal presentation of $30,000 award will take place with awardee. 

March 2015 - Annual Celebration for recognition of grant recipient and member of Northland Giving Circle.

If Northland Giving Circle has any questions regarding your proposal, a member of the Grant Application Committee may contact you via phone or email requesting further information or an appointment for a site visit. If you have questions, please call or email Cindy Rhodes (816-741-3162, crhodes46@hotmail.com). For technical assistance with the online grant application contact the Community Foundation (816-627-3420, grants@gkccf.org).

The recipient of any grant from Northland Giving Circle must use the funds awarded for the specific purpose(s) as outlined in the original grant proposal. Northland Giving Circle requires a report detailing expenditures to date, planned expenditures and interim results of the program by July 30, 2015. In addition, a final report is required detailing full expenditures and final results of the program by January 30, 2016.

IGAM Instructions 

  1. Click here to register to access the 2014 Northland Giving Circle Grant Application.
  2. You will be prompted to create a username and password, unless previously done so.
  3. Users are encouraged to create a single username and password for your organization to be shared among staff.
  4. Save the iGAM homepage to your web browser favorites to access draft and submitted applications: www.grantrequest.com/SID_1164?SA=AM
  5. A compatible web browser must be used, either Internet Explorer version 6 or higher or Fire Fox version 1.5 or higher and have cookies enabled.

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