Each organization may register a single account. Registration requires is an email, password, and your organization's name.
The email you choose is for account purposes; you will have an opportunity to put a specific contact person on each grant application you submit. Choose an email that you expect to have access to in future years and that could be used to log in by multiple staff members as needed.
Your home page has a links of Social Justice Fund grant cycles - current, recently closed and upcoming.
Click the link on an open cycle to see more details about that cycle. Hit continue to begin filling out the form.
Progress on applications is automatically saved every 30 seconds - see the "last saved" text at the top of the page. You can close the window and find it later under "saved drafts" on your home page.
Upload documents at the end of the form: budget files, grant funding sources, fiscal letter (if applicable) and diversity chart.
Hit Submit at the bottom to submit your grant application. You may be asked to fix missing or incomplete fields and submit again. After a successful submission, you will be taken to a confirmation page and will also receive a confirmation email.
See the sections below for more details on any part of the application process. If you have a question that is not answered, contact us.
Files are automatically saved to your draft when they are uploaded. When the link appears next to the file field, that indicates that the file has been stored. All other fields are saved every 30 seconds. The "last saved" text at the top of the screen shows when the last autosave occurred or if there was an error.
You can access your saved drafts on your home page.
If you are using Internet Explorer 9:
Unfortunately there is a known bug in some versions of IE9 that prevent our file upload system from working. Microsoft suggests a security update. You can also try using Chrome or Firefox.
If you are experiencing a problem with file uploads please file a bug report. Follow the form instructions for including as much detail as you can.
A timeout error generally means that the server is temporarily overloaded and could not handle the request. If you see this message, wait a minute or two and try again. If you continue to get this message, file a bug report.