Fund for the Common Good - How it works
Purposes that explicitly or implicitly discriminate among people based on race, religion, ethnicity, gender, age, socio-economic status, abilities, or personal choices. Activities directed at supporting defined populations with special needs, e.g., at-risk youth, the homeless, children, the elderly, people with disabilities, are exempted from this restriction providing they comply with the general non-discriminatory spirit of these guidelines;
Partisan politics of any kind;
Purposes that promote an advantage of any group over others;
Activities that are in any way contrary to existing law
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Each proposal must include the total amount of funding requested as well as a breakdown of how the funds will be spent. Examples of some typical costs are fees for materials and services; consultant or speaker fees; or costs for local transportation.
If you wish to explore your ideas with someone before you submit your proposal, contact your club advisor or members of the Fund Review Committee.
Each group of students receiving a grant must write a brief report on the impact of their project, to be submitted to the FCG Review Committee. This includes a summary of the event or activity, including actual expenses. Reports will be filed in a public archive open for anyone who wishes to review past projects. Reports are due by April 30, 2024.