Grant Application Process and Terms
1. If application is found complete, application will be reviewed for eligibility and applicants will receive a notice of award within a target of one to two weeks following the submission.
2. Submission of an application in no way obligates DGI to award a grant. DGI has the right to request additional documentation and information during this application process.
3. The City has set aside $250,000, this fund will be distributed on a first come, first served basis.
4. Grant funds will be issued upon approval and execution of this application by DGI.
Please direct any questions to Data Analyst, Jordan Paige at firstname.lastname@example.org
By my signature below, I have read and understand the Rebuilding Greensboro Grant Program. I make the following representations and acknowledge agreement to the following terms and conditions:
I am the duly authorized representative of the entity named above and can bind the entity to the terms of this agreement.
Upon approval of this application, this document becomes a biding contract between the entity named above and DGI on behalf of the City of Greensboro.
In no event shall DGI on behalf of the City of Greensboro have financial responsibility in excess of the approved amount.
I bear full responsibility for any and all tax consequences of receiving grant funds including, but not limited to, issuance of a 1099 by DGI.
There is no agency, employment, joint venture, or other such relationship created by virture of award of the grant.
Applicant shall defend and indemnify the City and its officials, employees, agents, and representatives from and against any claim, injury, liability, loss, cost, and/or expense or damage including all costs and reasonable attorney's fees, arising from or alleged to arise from the activity or event.
DGI is authorized to make all the inquiries deemed necessary to verify the accuracy of the information contained herein. Additionally, applicant agrees that in the event money is provided pursuant to this application, the City or its agents shall be entitled to access and audit such records as may be necessary to prevent fraud in this process.