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Violence Prevention Grants Cycle

September

Notice of intent for violence prevention grant applications distributed.

A conference call for interested applicants will be conducted. This is an optional call that will provide the opportunity to ask questions and gain additional details about the violence prevention grant process.

October

Notice of intent forms are due and must be received in the Denver National Office by mail or email.

November – December

Notices of intent will be screened by CHI staff members leading the violence prevention strategic initiative and reviewed by the Mission and Ministry Fund Advisory Committee, which determines if full applications will be accepted.

December

Applicants are notified if a full application will be accepted.

December – March

Develop applications for violence prevention grants.

February

In person meeting of violence prevention grant applicants. Participation is required to be eligible to submit a violence prevention grant application. CHI will cover all costs associated with participation.

April*  

Original signed violence prevention grant applications are due and must be received in the Denver National Office.   Email applications cannot be accepted.

April – May

Violence prevention grant applications will be screened by CHI staff members leading the violence prevention strategic initiative and forwarded to the Mission and Ministry Fund Advisory Committee for review and recommendation to the CHI Board of Stewardship Trustees.

May

The Mission and Ministry Fund Advisory Committee will meet to approve recommendations for violence prevention grant applications that will move forward to the CHI Board of Stewardship Trustees for final approval.

June

The violence prevention grants are presented to the CHI Board of Stewardship Trustees for final approval.

Letter sent to approved applicants with form to indicate agreement.

July 1

Funds are allocated upon receipt of signed agreement.  

July – June

Additional grant cycle activities:

  • Participate in shared educational opportunities
  • Work with local community
  • Work toward meeting requirements for implementation of violence prevention initiative

*Note - these dates differ from other Mission and Ministry Fund Grants

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