- Benefit the community and be within GWPNA’s geographic boundaries delineated at www.gwpna.org/about.
- The applicant group might or might not be organized specifically for the project, but it should be a “formal” group with strong support of residents who will be affected by the project.
- The applicant group must first raise funds to qualify for a GWPNA matching grant. (Please see the GWPNA formula below.)
- A group may submit no more than one grant application each calendar year.
- The applicant must complete and submit a grant application to the GWPNA Finance Committee, which will respond within 42 days (6 weeks), (September through June).
- After the Steering Committee approves the funding of a project, the Finance Committee determines the procedure for grant payments to the recipient. Either receipts will be submitted to GWPNA for reimbursement or full or partial funding may be provided in advance.
- GWPNA matching grant formula:
- To show existing community support for the project, GWPNA expects you to demonstrate financial support from other groups or individuals. Our guidance is that for every dollar GWPNA contributes, you should be able to show between one (1) and three (3) dollars contributed from other sources.
- GWPNA’s policy is to fund projects which have a minimum scope of $1,000 total cost.