In the applicant information section, only include information for the organization submitting the application. Other partner organizations will be listed in the collaborating organizations section.
No, only one application per organization is allowed. You will have to choose between the two.
The lists in the Applicant Guide (pages 11, 12, etc.) are not exhaustive. This statement suggests that a range of other examples could be eligible.
No. This expense is part of an organization’s ongoing operations.
CSRF is not a funding program designed for capital projects. Some applications may have a small portion of their budget that involves capital or equipment expenditures (for example, installing new equipment for virtual programming). The applicant must also demonstrate that the small capital project or equipment purchase is directly related to the COVID-19 pandemic and its impact on the organization, and not part of regular or ongoing capital costs such as facility upgrades.
For the project budget, only list project expenses, but also include your most recent financial statements (under question 47).
It is a fund that provides community agencies that assist newcomers in vulnerable situations with emergency financial support to enable them to continue their work at a time of mounting needs. It is a response to an exceptional situation in which agencies must quickly be given the resources to help people in need.
"Direct service delivery" means the core activities of your organization that affect your mission/clientele. The Service Innovation and Redesign Project Focus Area is designed to help your organization improve your services in response to a challenge stemming from the the pandemic. For example, you might want to test how to best implement this improvement. This could take the form of a market study, with a testing portion.
Yes, you can support another organization with a letter of support, while applying for your own organization.