Generally, an application signed by the properly authorized officials of the grant applicant must be received by the ULF at least 45 days prior to a scheduled ULC Drafting Committee meeting.
The applicant’s proposal MUST: (1) respond to all questions set forth in the “Project Narrative”; and (2) contain all data required by the application. Without the proposal containing this information, the proposal may be rejected. The applicant is encouraged to provide as much detail as appropriate to assist the ULF Board of Trustees in making its grant award decisions.
Documents which require return are:
1. Signed grant application face sheet;
2. Completed project narrative sheets;
3. Proposed project budget sheet;
4. If the applicant is an organization
a. Copies of the applicant’s operating budget (or year-end financial statements) for theprevious two years; and
b. Tax status letter and Federal Tax Identification Number.