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Day of Service MiniGrant Budget Worksheet (2012)

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The Indiana Office of Faith-Based and Community Initiatives (OFBCI) is a voice for service and volunteerism in the state. Therefore, mini-grants are being offered to provide resources to coordinate …

The Indiana Office of Faith-Based and Community Initiatives (OFBCI) is a voice for service and volunteerism in the state. Therefore, mini-grants are being offered to provide resources to coordinate Day of Service projects. The goal of this Mini-Grant program is to demonstrate the power of service as a solution to community needs. OFBCI encourages Day of Service projects that (1) demonstrate community connections and use of local resources, (2) build capacity of local national service programs through regional networking and co-planning of activities, and (3) increase member and volunteer understanding and commitment to national service and volunteerism.
The Corporation for National and Community Service (CNCS) and OFBCI strive to ensure all service experiences are meaningful for all participants, regardless of their abilities. To this end, the mini-grant applicants are required to partner with a minimum of one organization that serves persons with disabilities. This partnership must involve the inclusive participation of people with disabilities in the proposed project.
Eligible applicants can apply for funding for: Martin Luther King Jr. Day of Service, National Volunteer Week, AmeriCorps Week, and/or 9/11 National Day of Service and Remembrance. Please submit one application for each Day of Service an organization wishes to apply for.
Proposed projects or events must occur on or around the Day of Service.
Projects may be conducted at a mutually agreed-upon location that is accessible to all volunteers and participants, including people with disabilities.

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  • 1. 2012 Indiana Day of Service Mini Grant Request for Projects Budget Worksheet ApplicationThis budget worksheet is to be completed with as much detail as possible. Please be sure to indicate the price per unit for all items, regardless of whetherthe item is requested to be funded through the grant.Please complete the following worksheet by listing any and all expected. Please be specific in listing the item required and its source. When listing the pricefor the item, please indicate the total cost for the quantity requested, not the cost per item. Item Source of Quantity Price Total Grant Matching or Source of Matching or Item Per Item Cost Funds In-Kind In-Kind Funds Requested Funds Total Budgeted: $ Total Requested: $ 1