Cambridge Charitable Foundation
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Describe in three to five sentences the proposed program, how it relates to the organization’s mission, capacity to carry out the program and who will benefit from the program.
Provide a brief summary of the organization’s:
Describe plans for obtaining other funding needed to carry out the project/program or organizational goals, including amounts requested of other funders. If the project/program is expected to continue beyond the grant period, describe plans for ensuring continued funding after the grant period. List the top five funders of this project (if applying for a program grant) or organization (if applying for general operating support) in the previous fiscal year, the current year, and those pending for the next fiscal year.
Describe why your organization is in need of this grant and how the program financed will benefit the community.
Should you receive funds from The Cambridge Charitable Foundation, you will be required to use the Funds only for those purposes for which the grant was made. In addition, you will be required to file a final written report with the Cambridge Charitable Foundation of how the Funds were used or disbursed.
The Cambridge Charitable Foundation has the authority and responsibility to exercise oversight over the use of the funds in the form of requesting an accounting of how the funds are being used or will be used and/or requesting interim reports of the use of the funds; and may do so at any time subsequent to a disbursement of funds. The Cambridge Charitable Foundation has the authority to withhold and/or recover grant funds in cases where the funds are, or appear to be, misused and to investigate such thoroughly. In no event will fewer than the following accountings occur: