READ THIS DOCUMENT CAREFULLY BEFORE COMPLETING A GRANT APPLICATION.
YOUR APPLICATION MAY BE REJECTED IF YOU HAVE FAILED TO PROVIDE CERTAIN INFORMATION OR MEET GRANT CRITERIA.
IF YOUR APPLICATION IS REJECTED, YOU MAY HAVE TO WAIT UNTIL THE FOLLOWING YEAR TO APPLY AGAIN.
Welcome! Your responses to the quiz questions indicate that your proposal may qualify for funding consideration. Please read the following guidelines which should answer any questions you may have concerning the application process. If you have additional questions please contact the Grant Department at 1-800-554-9498 or email@example.com.
The following guidelines govern the award of all NRA Foundation State Fund Committee grants made under the auspices of the Friends of NRA program.
An applicant may be any organization, association, or other lawfully recognized entity, with a unique federal employer identification number (EIN) issued by the Internal Revenue Service. Eligible organizations or groups may apply for a NRA Foundation State Fund Committee grant for a qualifying project or activity. Eligibility and funding amount are determined solely by the Foundation.
Applicants shall not discriminate against any member, person, or other user of its facilities or equipment on the basis of age, race, color, sex, or national origin. Applicants are not required to be members of or have association with the NRA to receive funds under this grant program.
The following organizations are NOT eligible for grants:
(A signed copy of IRS Form W-9 disclosing this number must be included with all applications.)
PROJECTS/ACTIVITIES ELIGIBLE FOR FUNDING
Grant requests must conform to, and foster the purposes in, The NRA Foundation's Articles of Incorporation and mission statement. These purposes are as follows:
RESTRICTIONS ON FUNDING
The following activities or projects are not eligible for funding:
If funds are awarded in one year there is no guarantee of funding in subsequent years.
COMPLETING THE APPLICATION
REVIEW AND APPROVAL PROCESS
FINAL REPORT REQUIREMENTS
Unused grant funds must be returned to the Foundation so that they may be made available to other applicants.