|Download a PDF from our 2017 webinar here and view the recording: Part 1, Part 2
|Organization type/Definition of Mission
|As many have learned, the grant guidelines make “Organization type” a factor in the scoring. Our attempts to formally change the guidelines language faltered during the change of administration. We were advised by House Homeland Security Chairman McCaul’s team to neutralize this arbitrary scoring measurement self-identify as “Ideology-based/Spiritual/
|NY nonprofit grants webpage
| Click here for New York’s nonprofit webpage. When available it will have the RFA (application package), all of the forms necessary for the submission of your application and the E-grant application and tutorial. (If you have an existing account — and remember the
username/password — you don’t have to reapply.)
|You can do conduct a self-assessment, have your local police do a crime prevention survey or get an independent professional. Find guidance and contacts
here and JCRC-NY’s guide to security consultants here. There are some good self-assessment tools available. Check out:
Many crime prevention surveys do not give the information necessary to complete the “Threat” section of the Investment Justification? Collect information specific to your organization (e.g., phone threats, graffiti) to document your threat and then download our Selective Threat Scan for documentation and help with the “Threat” and “Consequences” questions.
|Download the 2016 Investment Justification here to see what the application looks like. Make sure to submit your information on the 2017 forms are released.
|For the most up-to-date info