Justice Initiatives' Pass Through/Grant Application
Vision:
Justice Initiatives envisions a court system that delivers the highest quality of
justice and fosters community trust and confidence.

Mission:
To educate the community about the court system and to advocate, support and
advance its needs and interests.

To further these objectives, JI holds a competitive grant process once a year to address
needs in the Twenty-Sixth Judicial District. JI will also consider grant proposals outside
this process on a case-by-case basis if a demonstrated need is urgent. Any award
amounts will be determined based on the merit of the project and available funds.
In addition, JI serves as a funding “pass-through” entity. Qualified government agencies
or ad-hoc organizations who have funds from other sources (i.e., grants, gifts, etc.) may
apply to JI to hold and administer those funds. JI will administer these pass-through
funds consistent with the mission statement above and the stated purposes of the
grantor. An administrative fee equal to 1% of the total amount that JI is being asked to
manage will be assessed for “pass-through” services. This fee may be waived for good
cause in the discretion of the board.

Applications and consideration are made according to the schedule outlined below.

GRANT REQUIREMENTS
-Generally, applicants must be eligible governmental units or agencies or eligible
nonprofit organizations recognized as tax exempt under section 501(c) (3) of the
Internal Revenue Code. Other tax exempt organizations may be eligible.

-JI does not award multiple-year awards. Grant recipients can apply in
subsequent years for additional funding.

-All grant recipients are required to provide a written report evaluating the
effectiveness of the project in furthering the mission statement above and accounting
for grant expenses upon project completion or by an interim date specified by JI. Funds
may not be spent for any purpose other than that approved by JI. Any funds not spent
for the approved purposes by the date specified are subject to a review process with JI
which may include return of the funds not spent to JI.

JI has limited discretionary funds; therefore, many exemplary proposals cannot be funded.
Because of the volume of requests, we do not provide written feedback on proposals that are
not funded. All grants are evaluated and awarded in the exclusive discretion of JI.

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