GUIDELINES FOR SUSSEX COUNTY ARTS & HERITAGE COUNCIL
HISTORY REGRANT PROGRAM FY2021
MISSION AND GOALS: The mission of the Sussex County Arts & Heritage Council is to foster and promote the artistic and cultural vitality of Sussex County.
The goal of the History Re-grant Program is to support historical societies and sites in Sussex County. The Council is pleased to administer the Regrant Program in an effort to pursue this goal. The program is funded by the New Jersey Historical Commission
Read the guidelines and the application thoroughly before completing the application.
GRANT PERIOD: FY 2021: January 1, 2021 to December 31, 2021
APPLICATION DEADLINE: RECEIVED before 5:00 p.m.
Friday, November 6, 2020 (No Exceptions)
Mail or deliver to:
History Re-grant Committee
c/o Scheidt, 9 Crow’s Nest Road, Andover NJ 07821
ALL QUESTIONS: Call Grant Chairperson at above number.
FUNDING CATEGORIES: Eligible organizations may submit applications in ONE of the following categories:
General Operating Support (GOS) – Organizations with a clearly-stated mission relating to history should apply in this category. These history organizations may request funding for the general operating expenses of the organization which may include expenses directly relating to a specific program. Applicants may request up to 20% of their operating budget. Special care should be taken not to inflate budgets. The intent of the GOS grant is to support day to day operations of the organization.
Special Project (SP) – Organizations or departments of other organizations which do not specifically deal with history but currently have or would like to develop history projects should apply in this category. First time applicants may request up to 50% of the project costs. Subsequent funding requests for the same SP may be up to 20% of the project cost. The intent of the SP grant is to get a project off the ground in hopes of the project becoming self -supporting in the future.
ELIGIBLE AND INELIGIBLE EXPENSES FOR RE-GRANTS
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The following expenses are eligible:
County History Partnership Program grant funding may not be expended on any of the following:
An organization or project must directly serve the Sussex County public and do at least one of the following things:
The following criteria will be used by SCAHC in screening applicants
SUPPORT MATERIAL-(Refers to Section 7)
Support material is submitted in order to give the Regrant Committee additional information about the organization or project. Support material may consist of any of the following:
All support material must be put into a separate envelope. Support Material will be retained by the SCAHC for promotional purposes until the end of the grant period.
PROPOSED CALENDAR: We offer this proposed calendar for your information as it may be helpful as you plan your projects.
Wednesday, September 16, 2019 - 7:00 pm VIRTUAL Grant Workshop
All NEW APPLICANTS are REQUIRED to attend the workshop. Attendance is optional for current and former Re-Grant groups.
November 6, 2020 Applications due (No exceptions).
November 2020 Applications are reviewed by the Re-grant Committee and grant amounts are recommended by the committee.
December 2020 Recommendations presented to SCAHC Board of Directors for approval
January 11, 2021 Re-grantee Final Report for FY2020 is due to SCAHC
January 2021 Notification of Re-grant awards to all applicants at Annual Meeting
Upon receipt of funds from NJHC and receipt of final report from Regrantee – Final payment for FY2020 is mailed to Re-grant recipients.
Winter/Spring 2021 Upon receipt of funds from NJHC and signing of contract from Regrantee – First payment of 2021 given to Re-grant recipients.
Evaluation items judged by Re-grant Committee:
“Funding has been made available in part by the New Jersey Historical Commission through the County History Partnership Program, as administered by the Sussex County Arts & Heritage Council.”
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email@example.com phone: 973 383 0027 133 Spring Street,Newton NJ 07860
Sussex County Arts & Heritage Council is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization