GRANT APPLICATION FORMS
To avoid delays, please check the following before sending
any final application to the IHC:
t Is the grant cover sheet (the first page of the application)
signed by the project director, fiscal agent, and authorizing
official? Unsigned applications will be considered incom-
t Are all Project Humanist Forms signed and dated?
t Have you included vitae of the project director and hu-
manists? (Please don’t assume that humanist vitae are “on
file” at the IHC office. IHC cannot normally make multiple
copies of vitae for you.)
t Have you included letters of support from relevant organi-
zations or individuals (optional)?
t Have you double checked budget figures in both the
Budget Summary (form provided) and Budget Narrative
t Have you collated and stapled each of 21 copies (20 photo-
copies and one with original signatures) of the entire grant
Note: All applications must be postmarked on or before the
appropriate triannual deadline (see page 13).
GRANT FOR OFFICE USE ONLY GRANT NUMBER_____________________________
Date received_______________________Date reviewed_______________________
Grant funds awarded $_______________
Submit 21 copies of the application form to: t Approved Cost share awarded $_______________
IDAHO HUMANITIES COUNCIL t Approved w/changes Gifts and matching awarded $_______________
217 W. State Street Boise, Idaho 83702 t Disapproved
Phone: (208) 345-5346
PART A: SUMMARY INFORMATION (Photocopy this form as needed)
1. Name, address and telephone number of project director: 9. Project title:____________________________________________
_________________________________________________________ 10. Primary humanities discipline(s):
_________________________________________________________ t archaeology t literature
t philosophy t comparative religion
Title/Occupation_______________________________________ t art history t languages
t art criticism t jurisprudence
2. Name, address and telephone of sponsoring organization: t linguistics t social sciences (specify)
t history t other (specify)
11. Primary audience(s):
t general public t youth
_________________________________________________________ t professional group t elderly
t teachers (K-8) t labor group
3. Co-sponsoring organizations, if any: t teachers (9-12) t community group
t minority or ethnic group (specify)_____________________
_________________________________________________________ t other (specify)_______________________________________
_________________________________________________________ 12. Primary public issue(s):
4. Sponsoring organization is: t aging t law
t church/state t medicine
t Private t Public t Non-profit t education t rural
t Other_______________________________________________ t family t science/technology
t foreign policy t taxes
5. Sponsoring organization’s IRS # is: _______________________ t labor/employment
6. Name, address and telephone of chief officer/authorizing
official of sponsor: 13. Location(s) of project:
a. Congressional district (1 or 2)_________________________
14. Type of grant: t Major t Mini
15. Funds requested:
7. Name, address and telephone of fiscal agent, if different from
#6 (must be different from project director): Outright grant funds $_______________________
_________________________________________________________ Cost Share $_______________________
_________________________________________________________ Gifts and matching $_______________________
_________________________________________________________ Total project costs $_______________________
8. List of projects recently funded by IHC: 16. Requested grant period:
SIGNATURES. I, the undersigned, have read the attached application and certify that all information is correct to the best of my knowl-
edge. By signing and submitting this application, the individual or authorizing official of the applicant institution is provid ing the
applicable certifications regarding the nondiscrimination statutes, federal debt status, debarment and suspension, drug-free workplace,
and lobbying activities as set forth on the pages of these guidelines.
Project Director Fiscal Agent Authorizing Official
PART B: INSTRUCTIONS FOR PROJECT NARRATIVE DESCRIPTION
Respond to the following questions or requests for information directive anyway and put “Not applicable” in the space where
in the order they appear. Number each and retype the sen- a response should appear. Responses in this section should be
tences appearing in bold type. In the event that a question does typed on white bond paper, single spaced, with double
not pertain to your project, type the number and question or spacing between paragraphs.
1. Briefly (in 150 words or less) provide a summary of the project.
2. Describe briefly how and by whom this project was planned.
3. How is this a humanities project and why is it important? Describe the central
humanities disciplines of the project as well as the specific topics, issues, or texts
you will explore. Also, explain why there is a need for this kind of project and
how it will meet the need.
4. Describe in as specific detail as possible the project goals and activities.
Outline the goals, timetable, format(s), and schedule. Include as much detail as is
necessary to give board members a thorough picture of what you intend to do as
well as when and how you plan to conduct/implement the project.
5. List and describe the backgrounds of the key humanists, briefly stating their
credentials, institutional affiliation (if any) and, specifically, what role each
will play in the project. Give the Council a good idea of the backgrounds of the
humanities scholars who will be participating in the project, how they were
chosen for their respective roles, and what they will do in the project.
6. List resource persons in the project, including their areas of expertise, and,
where applicable, their special areas of expertise and institutional affiliation.
7. Explain how the non-academic community will be involved in your project
and describe any special audiences you plan to reach.
8. Explain your publicity plan and describe the qualifications of your publicity
9. Explain how you plan to evaluate the project and how the evaluation will be
used? Be sure to consult with staff prior to submitting the application in order to
plan and budget for an outside evaluator.
10. Describe any materials that will be produced by the project and explain how
they will be distributed and used, both during the project period and in the
future. Be sure to budget for some extra copies to be used by the Council.
11. Is the organization incorporated as a non-profit organization? If not, then
explain its structure.
12. List all definite and possible sources and amounts of cash income for the
project with the exception of the funds requested from IHC.
13. Describe the possible controversial issues that might be raised in your project
and describe how you intend to present a balanced program that avoids
advocacy. Note: The Council believes that controversial issues should be
explored in many public humanities projects. Members want to be assured that
the project director(s) are aware of potential controversies in particular projects
and that they are prepared to present them in an even-handed, academically
14. Provide whatever additional information you think is pertinent to this applica-
15. Attach vitae and Project Humanist Forms for principal humanists, consultants,
and the project director. IHC cannot make multiple copies for you.
PART C: CONSULTANT/HUMANIST FORM (Photocopy this form as needed)
Please complete this form and return it with your vita or resume to the project director.
Have you been involved in planning the project?___________________ If so, how?
Please describe what your role will be in the proposed project.
Do you think you have adequate understanding of the project and your role in it, or would you like additional
information or clarification?
Name (Please print or type)
PART D: INSTRUCTIONS FOR BUDGET SUMMARY AND BUDGET NARRATIVE
Project sponsors should realistically estimate how much money scholar who gives a lecture), specific functions and the rate(s) of
is needed from IHC, with the sponsor supplying as many pay for each should be described carefully in the budget
resources as possible as part of cost share or through Gifts and narrative under the appropriate budget section.
Matching. Preferably, but not necessarily, the sponsor should
try to fund at least a portion of the costs through Gifts and
Matching. The actual grant request should be for funds which Example:
are absolutely essential for the project, money simply unavail- IHC Outright In-Kind Cost Share
able from internal or contributed resources. Sponsors should Project Administration: $500 $1,000
also remember that grants are awarded competitively, and as 75 hrs. @ $20/hour
competition for limited funds increases, applications which are
over-budgeted are less likely to receive support.
Costs such as those enumerated above should realistically
IHC requires that you provide budget information in two reflect the amount of time necessary for project activities. The
formats: sponsor may ask that some of these costs be paid out of IHC
funds, but usually administrative support is listed under the
(1) the Budget Summary (form included in this booklet), which sponsor’s cost share or is paid for through gifts. It is wise to
summarizes your grant request and cost share, and keep administrative costs relatively low in relation to the total
budget. As a rule of thumb, these costs should not exceed one-
(2) the Budget Narrative, which shows the calculations used for third of the total budget.
cash and in-kind cost share as well as for IHC outright funds.
The narrative may also include explanatory notes justifying Fringe Benefits
individual expenditures, but simple calculations are considered
adequate for most budget items. Costs for fringe benefits and employer’s liabilities should also
be shown in the budget as a separate line item. These should be
BUDGET NARRATIVE figured at the institution’s standard rates. In all cases, the
sponsoring organization is responsible for any salary benefits
Attach a separate Budget Narrative, keyed to the Budget required by law, automatic pay raises, or other “hidden”
Summary, that shows the detailed breakdown of all items, and personnel costs, whether or not they are specifically requested
demonstrates clearly how each item is calculated. For example, in the budget. These include, but are not limited to, Employer’s
under “Salaries and Wages,” list IHC Outright and/or Cost Liability costs, Workmen’s Compensation, FICA, and Unem-
Share amounts budgeted for the person(s) charged with ployment.
administration of the grant, offering a breakdown of the
number of hours (multiplied by the hourly wage) to be spent Fees and Honoraria
overseeing project administration. In the Budget Narrative,
other categories should be similarly explained. Consult People who perform specific services for a project but are not
guidelines and staff for allowable amounts, restricted items, etc. on regular salary with the sponsoring organization usually
command fees or receive honoraria, i.e. stipends for services for
Salaries and Wages which fees are not legally or traditionally required. For in-
stance, a public relations consultant or a member of a profes-
The costs of salaries and wages for implementing a project sional trade union usually would be paid a standard fee for
should appear as part of the projected budget. These should be work done on a project. On the other hand, a humanities
divided into two sub-categories: Administrative, including scholar giving a speech, serving as a moderator, writing an
personnel such as project director, publicity director, fiscal essay, or performing a similar or related service would,
agent, and secretarial assistant, and Non-Administrative. The ordinarily, be paid an honorarium. Fringe benefits should not
first sub-category normally includes administrative personnel be paid for fees or honoraria.
such as the project director, publicity director, fiscal agent, and
secretarial assistants. Non-Administrative personnel might Both fees and honoraria are legitimate budget items which can
include humanities scholars on salary who would fulfill be paid for out of grant funds, Gifts and Matching, or through
functions such as delivering lectures, moderating panel cost sharing. The amounts for each should be fair, but there is
discussions, etc. no simple formula to determine a reasonable payment.
The salaries of these persons should be calculated by the In the past, and depending on what function they fulfilled,
number of hours or days, or the percent of time to be spent on participants’ fees or honoraria have ranged from $50 per day to
project activities multiplied by a fixed rate of pay (i.e. 100 hours as much as $500 for a public presentation. Panelists or modera-
x $15/hour, or 5 days x $100/day). Rates should be based upon tors generally receive less than those delivering lectures or
the usual salary figure or the fair market value of services. Self- making other public presentations. Whatever figures are
employed directors with no set salary should figure their rate negotiated between a sponsor and a consultant, the sponsor is
based on no more than $20/hour for no more than 80 hours per responsible for establishing a clear and persuasive relationship
month. between the amount of money, the work to be done, the
qualifications of the consultant, and the value of the particular
If personnel on salary perform multiple functions in the project service to the project. In the event that the Council judges a
(for instance, a project director might also be a humanities project to be worthwhile, but that an individual’s fees are too
high, it may choose to pay only a portion of the fee. Printing and Copying
The Council will consider extraordinary stipends for speakers Include all photocopying and other printing in this item. Be
of particular renown and national eminence for the purpose of sure to list any printing associated with publicity, such as
enhancing public understanding of the humanities. However, posters and flyers, as well as any printed discussion or follow-
requests for such fees are scrutinized to determine the value of up materials, such as the proceedings of a conference. These
a particular speaker to the project. costs can be supported either through grant funds, Gifts and
Matching, or cost sharing.
Sponsors should also include fees for evaluators under this
IHC Funds In-Kind Cost Share
Example: Poster Typesetting $100
IHC Outright In-Kind Cost Share & Layout
Joe Scholar $400 $100 Poster Printing $300
Travel and Per Diem All expenses (except indirect costs) which do not fit into
categories above should be itemized under “Other.” Consult
Travel and per diem should be budgeted at the sponsoring staff to determine whether you should seek support for the item
organization’s standard rate. However, grant funds can be used or pay for it through cost sharing or third-party gifts.
to pay for expenses calculated at the following rates: travel by
private car at a rate established by the IRS (contact IHC staff for Indirect Costs
current allowable rate); coach train, air fare, or bus fare as
established by the carriers; per diem rate not to exceed $20 per Indirect costs are those costs incurred for common or joint
day (breakfast, $4; lunch, $5; dinner, $11); and lodging at a rate objectives that are therefore not readily assignable to a specific
not to exceed $45 per night. All amounts in excess of these project. Typical examples of allowances on buildings and
should be supported through third-party gifts or cost sharing. equipment, the costs of operating and maintaining facilities,
and general (non-project) administration and general expenses.
The Council can support a portion of the indirect costs incurred
Supplies include such items as postage, pens, tape, film, by an organization in the execution of a funded project.
plexiglass, etc. The budget narrative should itemize these Organizations with a federally-negotiated indirect cost formula
expenses with reasonable detail. They can be paid for out of are eligible to apply for IHC support in an amount equal to 10%
grant funds, Gifts and Matching, or used as cost sharing. of the indirect costs incurred based on the formula. The
remaining 90% is to be included in the budget as either cash or
in-kind cost sharing. Applicants who apply for indirect costs
Example: are requested to include in their applications some verification
of their formula by an appropriate federal agency.
IHC Funds Cash Cost Share Organizations without federally-negotiated indirect cost rates
4 sheets plexiglass are not eligible for support of indirect costs. Such organizations
plywood, stain, screws should, if they choose, itemize expenses normally included as
exhibit cabinet hardware $500 $250 indirect costs in their budgets.
If you have questions about how to compute indirect costs,
Rental contact IHC staff.
Rental of equipment, office space (which may include utilities),
and rental of space for project activities is a legitimate budget
item. Usually, this is a major source of cost sharing for the
sponsor, though grant funds may be provided for these items.
Telephone expenses should be estimated on a pro-rated basis,
depending on how much you expect to use the telephone for
project activities. They can be paid for out of grant funds, Gifts
and Matching, or used as cost share.
PART D: BUDGET SUMMARY INFORMATION (Photocopy this form as needed)
Instructions: detailed information about the eligibility of gifts.
1. If you are requesting only an outright grant, fill in Columns I, 3. If you are applying for an outright grant plus the authority to
II, and V of the Budget Summary opposite the expense match gifts from third-party donors, fill out all the columns
categories that apply to your project. Column II must be of the Budget Summary.
equal to or greater than Column I. For example, if you are
requesting $2,000 from IHC under Column I, you must 4. For each line item, enter whole-dollar amounts. Round off
contribute at least $2,000 in cost share. any fractions to the nearest whole dollar.
2. If you are applying for a Gifts and Matching Grant, fill in 5. Attach a separate Budget Narrative, keyed to the budget
columns III, IV, and V. Approximately every two dollars summary, that shows the detailed breakdown for all items,
given by qualified third-party individuals or organizations is and demonstrates clearly how each item is calculated.
eligible for one dollar in matching funds from either IHC or Consult guidelines and staff for allowable amounts,
federal funds, provided that such funds are available when restricted items, etc.
the request is processed. Consult guidelines and staff for
II. Applicant‘s Cost Share III. Third-Party IV. Match for
BUDGET CATEGORIES I. IHC Outright V. Totals
Cash In-Kind Gifts Gifts
SALARIES AND WAGES
FEES AND HONORARIA
TRAVEL AND PER DIEM
SUPPLIES (include postage)
PRINTING AND COPYING
TOTAL PROJECT COSTS
(See Grant Guidelines)
For Outright Grants For Gifts and Matching For All Types
For Grants Combining Funds and Gifts and Matching of Grants
Sources from which you are requesting cash donations for matching:
Source Amount Notification Date
Note: The sponsoring organization must maintain financial records (including cancelled checks, invoices, statements, receipts, and
affidavits for volunteer services) for at least three years from the project’s closing date in the event that such records are required
for audit. Requests to transfer funds from one budget category to another must be submitted in writing to IHC’s executive director,
and written authorizations must be obtained before transfers are made.
PART E: CERTIFICATIONS
CERTIFICATION INSTRUCTIONS ated in paragraph (b) of this certification; and (d) have not
within a three-year period preceding this application/proposal
The following regulations reflect new federal requirements had one or more public transactions (federal, state, or local)
for recipients of IHC grants. The Authorizing Official for the terminated for cause or default.
primary sponsoring organization certifies compliance with
these requirements by signing the first page of the grant 4. Certification Regarding Drug-Free Workplace Requirements
application form. (Drug-Free Workplace Act of 1988)
Certifications Alternate I. (Applies to Grantees Other Than Individuals)
1. Certification regarding the Nondiscrimination Statutes and The grantee certifies that it will or will continue to provide a
their implementing regulations (applies to recipients other than drug-free workplace by:
(a) publishing a statement notifying employees that the
The applicant certifies that it will comply with the following unlawful manufacture, distribution, dispensing, possession or
nondiscrimination statutes and their implementing regulations: use of a controlled substance is prohibited in the grantee’s
(a) Title IV of the Civil Rights Act of 1964 (42 U.S.C. 2000d et workplace and specifying the actions that will be taken against
seq.) which provides that no person in the United States shall, employees for violation of such prohibitions;
on the ground of race, color, or national origin, be excluded
from participation in, be denied the benefits of, or be otherwise (b) establishing an on-going drug-free awareness program to
subjected to discrimination under any program or activity for inform employees about the dangers of drug abuse in the
which the applicant received federal financial assistance; (b) workplace; the grantee’s policy of maintaining a drug-free
Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973, as amended (29 workplace; any available drug counseling, rehabilitation, and
U.S.C. 794), which prohibits discrimination on the basis of employee assistance programs; and the penalties that may be
handicap in programs and activities receiving federal financial imposed on employees for drug abuse violations occurring in
assistance; (c) Title IX of the Education Amendments of 1972, as the workplace;
amended (20 U.S.C. 1681 et seq.) which prohibits discrimination
on the basis of sex in education programs and activities (c) making it a requirement that each employee to be engaged
receiving federal financial assistance; and (d) the Age Discrimi- in the performance of the grant be given a copy of the statement
nation Act of 1975, as amended (42 U.S.C. 6101 et seq.) which required by paragraph (a);
prohibits discrimination on the basis of age in programs and
activities receiving federal financial assistance, except those (d) notifying the employee in the statement required by
actions which reasonably take age into account as a factor paragraph (a) that, as a condition of employment under the
necessary for the normal operation or achievement of any grant the employee will abide by the terms of the statement;
statutory objective of the project or activity shall not violate this and notify the employer in writing of his or her conviction for a
statute. violation of a criminal drug statute occurring in the workplace
not later than five calendar days after such conviction;
2. Certification Regarding Federal Debt Status (OMB Circular
A-129) (e) notifying the agency in writing within ten calendar days
after receiving notice under subparagraph (d) from an em-
The applicant certifies to the best of its knowledge and belief ployee or otherwise receiving actual notice of such conviction.
that it is not delinquent in the repayment of any federal debt. Employers of convicted employees must provide notice,
including position, title, to every grant officer on whose grant
3. Certification Regarding Debarment and Suspension (45 CFR activity the convicted employee was working, unless the federal
1169) agency has designated a central point for the receipt of such
notices. Notices shall include the identification number(s) of
The prospective primary participant (applicant) certifies to the each affected grant;
best of its knowledge and belief that it and its principals: (a)are
not presently debarred, suspended, proposed for debarment, (f) taking one of the following actions, within 30 calendar days
declared ineligible, or voluntarily excluded from covered of receiving notice under subparagraph (d), with respect to any
transactions by any federal department or agency; (b) have not employee who is so convicted: taking appropriate personnel
within a three-year period preceding this proposal been action against such an employee, up to and including termina-
convicted of or had a civil judgement rendered against them for tion consistent with the requirements of the Rehabilitation Act
commission of fraud or a criminal offense in connection with of 1973, as amended; or requiring such employees to participate
obtaining, attempting to obtain, or performing a public (federal, satisfactorily in a drug abuse assistance program approved for
state, or local) transaction or contract under a public transac- such purposes by a federal, state, or local health, law enforce-
tion; violation of federal or state antitrust statutes or commis- ment, or other appropriate agency;
sion of embezzlement, theft, forgery, bribery, falsification or
destruction of records, making false statements, or receiving (g) making good faith effort to continue to maintain a drug-free
stolen property; (c) are not presently indicted for or otherwise workplace through implementation of paragraphs (a), (b), (c),
criminally or civilly charged by a governmental entity (federal, (d), (e), and (f).
state, or local) with commission of any of the offenses enumer-
(B) The applicant shall either identify the site(s) for the perfor- The code establishes certain standards of conduct in research,
mance of work done in connection with the project in the publication, and public programs involving native American
application material or shall keep this information on file in its peoples.
office so that it is available for federal inspection. The street
address, city, county, state, and zip codes should be provided 6. Certification of Compliance with “Labor Standards on
whenever possible. Projects or Products Assisted by Grants from the National
Endowment for the Arts and the National Endowment for the
Alternate II. (Applies to Grantees Who Are Individuals) Humanities”
(a) The grantee certifies that, as a condition of the grant, he or In consideration of a grant made under section 5 or section 7 of
she will not engage in the unlawful manufacture, distribution, the National Foundation on the Arts and the Humanities Act of
dispensing, possession, or use of a controlled substance in 1965, as amended, and in order to satisfy the conditions
conducting any activity with the grant. expressed in section 5(i) or section 7(g) of that act so as to be
eligible to receive the grant funds the applicant and/or contrac-
(b) If convicted of a criminal drug offense resulting from a tor does hereby make this contractually binding promise to the
violation occurring during the conduct of any grant activity, he Secretary of Labor that (1) all professional performers and
or she will report the conviction, in writing, within 10 calendar related or supporting professional personnel (other than
days of the conviction, to the grant officer or other designee, laborers or mechanics with respect to whom labor standards are
unless the federal agency designates a central point for the prescribed in subsections 5(j) and 7(j) of the act) employed on
receipt of such notices. When notice is made to such a central projects or productions which are financed in whole or in part
point, it shall include the identification number(s) of each under such sections will be paid, without subsequent deduction
affected grant. or rebate on any account, not less than the minimum compensa-
tion as determined in accordance with 29 CFR 505.3 to be the
5. Certification Regarding Lobbying Activities (45 CFR 1168) prevailing minimum compensation for persons employed on
(Applies to Applicants Requesting Federal Funds in excess of similar activities; and (2) no part of any project or production
$100,000) which is financed in whole or in part under section 5 or section
7 of the National Foundation on the Arts and the Humanities
The undersigned certifies, to the best of his or her knowledge Act of 1965, as amended, will be performed or engaged in
and belief that: under working conditions which are unsanitary or hazardous
or dangerous to the health and safety of the employee engaged
(a) No federal appropriated funds have been paid or will be in such project or production, including particularly, no work
paid, by or on behalf of the undersigned, to any person for which is prohibited for safety or sanitary reasons by any of the
influencing or attempting to influence an officer or employee of contracts with labor organizations listed in 29 CFR 505.3(a).
any agency, a member of Congress, an officer or employee of Grantee further promises to keep the records and permit the
Congress, or an employee of a member of Congress in connec- inspections provided by 29 CFR 505.5(b). This promise may be
tion with the awarding of a federal contract, the making of a enforced by the Secretary through any appropriate action at law
federal grant, the making of a federal loan, the entering into of a or in equity in any court of competent jurisdiction.
cooperative agreement, and the extension, continuation,
renewal, amendment, or modification of a federal contract,
grant loan, or cooperative agreement.
(b) If any funds other than federal appropriated funds have
been paid or will be paid to any person (other than a regularly
employed officer or employee of the applicant) for influencing
or attempting to influence an officer or employee of an agency,
a member of Congress, an officer or employee of Congress, or
an employee of a member of Congress in connection with this
federal contract, grant, loan, or cooperative agreement, the
undersigned shall complete and submit Standard Form LLL,
“Disclosure of Lobbying Activities,” in accordance with its
(c) The undersigned shall require that the language of this
certification be included in the award documents for all
subawards at all tiers (including subcontracts, subgrants, and
contracts under grants, loans, and cooperative agreements) and
that all subrecipients shall certify and disclose accordingly.
Note: If a proposed project relates to American Indians, Aleuts,
Eskimo, or native Hawaiian people and artifacts, an applicant
should obtain from the National Endowment for the Humani-
ties a copy of its Code of Ethics concerning native Americans.
PART D: SAMPLE BUDGET NARRATIVE
Using the same columnar format, describe as clearly as possible identify the recipients or costs and show the calculations in the
how you arrived at each figure listed in the budget summary. Budget Category column. It should also show the distribution
Indicate separately who will be paid, for what work, and at of those costs in the budget columns appropriate to the kind of
what rate. Also, show what will be purchased, printed, rented, grant sought, as shown by the example below, which is a
mailed, etc., and at what cost. The budget narrative should request for outright funds and gifts and matching.
BUDGET CATEGORY I. IHC Outright III. Gift IV. Match V. Total
SALARIES & WAGES
Jill Smith, Project
80 hrs. @ $10 = $800 $300 $500 $800
Jack Jones, Secretary
Typing and transcription
40 hrs. @ $5 = $200 $200 $200
Joe Scholar, historian
Research & consultation
10 hrs @ $20 = $200 $200 $200
15% of cash salaries and
wages paid (not in-kind)
to Smith, Jones, and Scholar $150 $150
FEES AND HONORARIA
and one lecture @ $300,
plus two lectures @ $100 $200 $200 $100 $500
TOTALS $500 $150 $500 $400 $300 $1850