All chartered Subordinate or Junior Granges in good standing may use this form to submit information about ONE project your Grange did as a whole or Grange members did independently (if they reported it to your Grange and mentioned in their donation/work that they were part of your Grange).
WEB OR MAIL SUBMISSIONS
Online submissions may be made using the form found at bit.ly/gfgrant20web
Submissions may be made by mail using the form found at bit.ly/gfgrant20mail
All submissions must be received by June 5, 2020. Mailed submissions must arrive at the National Grange, Grange Foundation Office, by June 5. Submissions made online must be received by 11:59 p.m. Eastern June 5. https://bit.ly/
ONE SUBMISSION PER PROJECT
Please ensure there is only ONE submission per project per Grange (designate a reporter to ensure no duplication is made).
Example of ONE PROJECT
3 different members of your Grange made 100 masks and 50 ear protectors (button/elastic creations that mask elastic could be attached to) over a two week period and donated to 2 different places - nursing home and fire station.
Example of MULTIPLE PROJECTS (use multiple forms to submit EACH project)
3 different members of your Grange made 100 masks over a two week period and donated to 2 different places - nursing home and fire station
Donated hot meals to volunteers (could be at the same location as your mask donation, for example, but it is clearly a different need, therefore a different project)
Grange members made ear protectors and donated those as well to first responders (again, could be to same group, but this is meeting a different, though related, need).
Each entry will be placed into a drawing - to be pulled June 9, 2020 at the Grange Foundation Board meeting - to receive a $100 grant from the Grange Foundation to YOUR GRANGE (individuals will not receive checks and grant provided should not be used to reimburse individuals). Granges who receive a grant will be notified by email after the June 9 board meeting and will receive a check in the mail in the name of the Grange soon thereafter.