- In order for a proposal to be considered for funding, the applicant first must send a brief letter of inquiry that includes:
There is no deadline for inquiries.
Our small staff is unable to conduct telephone inquiries or respond to fax or e-mail inquiries.
After initial staff review of eligibility and merit, guidelines are sent with a specific deadline for full proposal submission.
Upon deadline, Staff determines the completeness of proposal and sends a postcard to applicant, acknowledging receipt of proposal and requesting additional information.
Staff calls to schedule a site visit.
Complete proposals are presented to and reviewed by the Board four times a year.
Applicants are informed by mail of the proposal's disposition immediately following the
Grant Agreements must be signed by the organization's Chair, President or Executive Director and returned to Peacock Foundation, Inc. before payment is mailed to grantee.
No new proposals can be considered until all terms of Grant Agreement, narrative and financial reporting requirements, are met.
- organization mission;
- project description with intended outcomes;
- community served and grant period;
- and amount requested and use of funds.