2010 NATIONAL CRIME VICTIMS’ RIGHTS WEEK NCVRW Community Aw areness Projects CAP Project Period

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					                      2010 NATIONAL CRIME VICTIMS’ RIGHTS WEEK (NCVRW)
                                    Community Aw areness Projects (CAP)
                                        Project Period: April 17-24, 2010
                               “Crime Victims’ Rights: Fairness. Dignity. Respect.”
                                  MINI-GRANT PROPOSAL APPLICATION
                                      (Up to $1000 Reimbursement Grant)
 Fax applications to 866-569-9769, e-mail as attachment to thomas.smith@ohioattorneygeneral.gov or mail to the Oh io Attorney General's
                Office o f Crime Victims Assistance and Prevention, 150 East Gay Street, 25 th Floor, Co lu mbus, OH 43215.
    Do not include additional pages or attachments. Applications must be received in the office by 5:00 p.m. on February 26, 2010.
                                      Applications received after the deadline will not be reviewed.

                You must receive VOCA or SVAA funding to be eligible for this funding opportunity

Organization

Name of Primary Contact

Mailing Address
Street or P.O. Bo x
Primary Contact Telephone                                                Primary Contact Fax Nu mbe r

Primary Contact E-mail Address                                            Organization Website


   Type of Organizat ion (select one)                                      Type of Program (select one)

         Non-Profit                            A GI   Local agency specifically               DVP Do mestic vio lence program
                                                      oriented to services to the aging           that is non-shelter program
         Faith-Based Organization
                                               ASN Statewide association                     DVS Do mestic violence program
         Co mmun ity Coalit ion                                                                  that is shelter or safe-house based

         Public-Govern mental                  CAS Court appointed special advocates         GSP General program offering a
         Agency                                                                                  variety of services

         Tribal Organization                   CHI    Primary child abuse program            JUV Program offering services
                                                                                                 primarily to vict ims of juvenile crime
         Grassroots Organizat ion
                                               CJC    Criminal justice program based in      LAS Law enfo rcement based program
         Other (Please describe)                      county government

 ________________________________              CJM Criminal justice program based           OHA State government agency
                                                   in mun icipal, village, o r
 _________________________________                 township government                       SAP Primary sexual assault program

                                               CSB Program offering services to
                                                   children based in county children
                                                   service program

                                              CHW Ch ild ren witnessing violence
                                                  program




VOCA Recipient                 Yes            No                                   SVAA Recip ient           Yes                No


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Briefly describe lead organizat ion’s mission and experience with crime v ictim’s issues (up to 300 wo rds).




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                                      SECTION 2: PROJECT DESCRIPTION
a.   Date of funded activity or event must occur between April 17 – 24, 2010.


b.   Describe specific NCVRW CAP activ ity or event for which grant funds are requested and the anticipated public impact (up to 500
     words). Also note why this type of event was chosen to reach your population.
Project Description




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c.   Describe the project’s relationship to National Crime Victims’ Rights Week and include if this project will be coo rdinated with
     other community NCVRW activit ies (up to 200 words).




d.   NCVRW – Describe how the project will use the National Crime Victims’ Rights Week theme and colors. Theme: “Crime
     Vict ims’ Rights: Fairness. Dignity. Respect.” Co lors : Yello w, orange, red, blue and black. (up to 300 words).




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e.   List all project cosponsors/collaborative organizations and briefly describe their contribution to this specific project (up to 300
     words).




f.   Vict im/Surv ivor(s) Involvement – Describe how victim/survivor(s) will be involved in the proposed event (up to 300 words).




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                                                     SECTION 3: BUDGET
                       Itemize each budget item below (min i-grant expenses only), enter whole dollar amounts.
                                Description of Item                                                         Cost
I.      Consultant: Hiring expert assistance to provi de a specific service and
        travel expense
        a.)
        b.)
                                                Total
II.     Contract Hel p: Rentals, temporary hel p, audi o/ visual rentals
        a.)
        b.)
        c.)
                                                Total
III.    Supplies: General office supplies used for the NCVRW event (i.e. poster
                   boards, markers etc.)
        a.)
        b.)
        c.)
        d.)
                                                Total
IV.     Travel: Mileage for victim trans port for events
        a.)
        b.)
                                                Total
V.      Printing: Brochures, posters, save the date cards, etc.
        a.)
        b.)
        c.)
        d.)
        e.)
                                                Total

                                              TOTA L (not to exceed $1,000)

Use this space for any needed explanations or calculat ions of mini-grant funded budget items (up to 150 words).




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                                                            CERTIFICATION
The organization’s authorized representative must indicate official intent to apply for and, if approved, accept the National Crime Victims’
Rights Week Co mmunity Awareness Project subgrant award. Such indicat ion may be a written or electronic signature below.


Representative Name (PRINTED)                                     Signature of Applicant


Title                                                             Date


Fax co mpleted application to 866-569-9769, email as attachment to thomas.smith@ohioattorneygeneral.gov or mail to the Ohio Attorney
General's Office of Crime Victims Assistance and Prevention, 150 E. Gay Street, 25 th Floor, Colu mbus, OH 43215. Retain printed copy of
application for your records. Applicati ons must be recei ved in the office no l ater than 5 :00 p.m. on February 26, 2010.




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                                         2010 NCVRW Community Awareness Projects (CAP)
                                                Mi ni-Grant Application Instructions

                                                          General Instructi ons
Submission – Fax applications to 866-569-9769, e-mail as attachment to thomas.smith@ohioattorneygeneral.gov or mail to Oh io
Attorney General's Office of Crime Victims Assistance and Prevention, 150 E. Gay Street, 25 th Floor, Colu mbus, OH 43215.
Application must be recei ved in the office no l ater than 5:00 p.m. on February 26, 2010.

Make certain you co mplete all sections of the applications and pay close attention to the specific info rmation requested in every
section. Be concise and do not exceed the number of allo wable words for each narrat ive question. Only the information provid ed on
the application will be considered. Do not attach or submit any additional pages or information.

Keep in mi nd that the focus of this project is, in conjunction with National Crime Victi ms’ Rights Week (April 17 – 24, 2010 -
acti vi ties held on the Saturday pri or are allowable). Proposed acti vi ties shoul d increase the general public’s awareness and
knowledge of the rights and services available to victims of all types of cri me.

Be certain to print out and retain a copy of the application for your records. The Ohio Attorney General's Office of Crime V ictims
Assistance and Prevention will acknowledge receipt of your applicat ion by e-mail.

                                                     Section-by-Secti on Instructi ons
Section 1 – Organizat ion Informat ion The Lead Applicant Organization is the primary contact for all project related communications
and will be held responsible for co mpliance with all p roject requirements. Be certain to provide a valid, current email address for the
project contact.

Indicate whether the lead organization or any of the project partners or cosponsors receive SVAA or VOCA funds fro m the Attor ney
General’s Office.

Briefly describe the lead agency’s mission and experience working with crime vict im issues and its experience in conducting public
awareness activities. (Do not exceed 300 words).

Section 2 – Pro ject Description
    a. Enter the date or dates for the proposed activity. Events must be held in conjunction with Nat ional Crime Victims’ Rights
         Week, April 17 – 24, 2010.

    b.   Clearly describe the specific NCVRW CAP activ ity or event for which grant funds are requested and the anticipated public
         impact. The description should include the geographic area(s) to be covered and the specific victim population(s) targeted.
         (Do not exceed 500 words)

    c.   Describe the project’s relat ionship to National Crime Victims’ Rights Week including whether and how this project will be
         coordinated with other community NCVRW activ ities. A lthough NCVRW week overlaps with other vict im-related
         observances (e.g. Sexual Assault Awareness and Child Abuse Prevention) this project is intended to focus on NCVRW and
         this year’s theme. (Do not exceed 200 words.)

    d.   Specifically describe how the project will us e the NCVRW theme and colors: Theme: “Crime Victims’ Rights: Fairness.
         Dignity. Respect.” Co lors: Yellow, o range, red, b lue and black. (up to 300 wo rds).

    e.   Identify all pro ject cosponsors/collaborative organizations and briefly describe their contribution to the project being funded.
         (Do not exceed 300 words.)

    f.   Describe the involvement of vict im/survivors in the NCVRW event being proposed. Identify any underserved or high risk
         populations or communit ies for which activ ities are targeted. (Do not e xceed 300 words.)
Section 3 – Budget
Itemize every budget line item for which min i-grant funding is being requested. Be certain to review the allowab le and unallo wable
cost information listed on page 2 of the Oh io Attorney General's Min i-Grant Gu ide.

Do not include cash or in-kind contributions contributed by the lead agency or partners. Do not include costs for any activities or
events not included in the project description. Do not exceed a total of $1,000. Use the space provided (not to exceed 150 words) for
any necessary exp lanation or calcu lations.

Cert ification
Enter the name and title of a person authorized to apply for this sub -grant and, if approved, to legally enter into a legally bindin g
agreement to accept the NCVRW CAP sub-grant. The application must be dated and signed.



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