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  1. 2015 National Crime Victims’ Rights WeekCommunity Awareness Project(NCVRW CAP)April 19 – 25, 2015“Engaging Communities – Empowering Victims”Applicants’ WebinarJuly 16, 2014 Toll: (480) 297-0021 Access Code: 359-480-585 Audio PIN: Shown after joining the Webinar

  2. Webinar • All participants are muted. • Use “Chat” or “Questions” on control panel to ask questions. • Webinar will be recorded and posted on NCVRW CAPwebsite: http://cap.navaa.org

  3. Agenda 1 Background Information 2 General Application Instructions 3 Section-by-section Instructions 4 Allowable use of NCVRW CAP Funds 5 Unallowable Costs 6 Application Scoring and Project Selection 7 Questions

  4. Introductions • Steve Derene, Executive Director, National Association of VOCA Assistance Administrators (NAVAA) • Brenda Noel, Project Director • Anne Seymour, Project Consultant • Olivia Grew, OVC grant manager

  5. 2014 NCVRW CAP 1 Background Information 2 General Application Instructions 3 Section-by-section Instructions 4 Allowable use of NCVRW CAP Funds 5 Unallowable Costs 6 Application Scoring and Project Selection 7 Questions

  6. Background • Administered by NAVAA under cooperative agreement with OVC. • Website: http://cap.navaa.org • Maximum amount: reimbursement up to $5,000. • Expect to fund at least 60 projects.

  7. Background • Purpose • Increase general public’sawareness of … • … rights and services for … • … victims of all types of crimes … • … during National Crime Victims’Rights Week, April 19 – 25, 2015

  8. Background • Typical activities • Public events (in-person, open to public). • Mass media advertising. • Printed materials. • Promotional giveaway items. • Not… • Professional training. • Purely private events. • On-going activities. • Non-NCVRW recognitions.

  9. Background • Eligibility • Type of agencies • Public agencies • Non-profit organizations • Community-based victim service organizations • Faith-based organizations • Tribal organizations • Community coalitions

  10. Background • Eligibility • Non-profits: 501(c)3 not required. • Must have a DUNS number (fedgov.dnb.com/webform). • Except community coalition groups. • CANNOT accept applications from individuals or for-profit entities. • Previous recipients eligible, but preference to new/not recent recipients.

  11. Background • NCVRW Resource Guide • Contents • Victimization statistics. • Special event ideas. • Camera-ready art files. • A motivational DVD. • Customizable posters, including the NCVRW theme poster. • Not produced or distributed by NAVAA. • All applicants will receive copy. • Should be available early 2015.

  12. Background • Anticipated Timeline • Applications due Friday, August 1, 2014 • Anticipated decision by mid- to end of October, 2014 • Notification of award decision first week of November, 2014 • NCVRW CAP Subgrantees’ webinar mid-November 2014 • Technical assistance November, 2014 – April, 2015 • Post-Project webinar mid-March, 2015 • Modification requests Friday, April 17, 2015 • NCVRW Sunday, April 19 – Saturday, April 25, 2015 • After-Action Reports Tuesday, June 30, 2015

  13. 2014 NCVRW CAP 1 Background Information 2 General Application Instructions 3 Section-by-section Instructions 4 Allowable use of NCVRW CAP Funds 5 Unallowable Costs 6 Application Scoring and Project Selection 7 Questions

  14. Application Forms • Available at http://cap.navaa.org/apps/application.html • Formats: • Adobe PDF • Fill-in • Downloadable • Microsoft Word • Fill-in • Downloadable • Applicants’ Guide

  15. General Instructions • Must use provided forms only. • Complete allsections. • READ THE APPLICANT GUIDE! • No additional pages, information or letters of support. • Copy and retain copy of application. • Must be received by Friday, August 1, 2014. • Will be acknowledged by email within a few days.

  16. Application Tips • Read and follow Applicant Guide! • Do not exceed allowable number of words for each narrative question. • Can copy and paste into the form. • Do not get fancy with bullets or special characters. • Be concise. • Avoid unnecessary superlatives. • Focus only on the specific proposal (what is being funded). • Provide only the information requested. • Be mindful of what is and is not allowable. • Check your math.

  17. 2014 NCVRW CAP 1 Background Information 2 General Application Instructions 3 Section-by-section Instructions 4 Allowable use of NCVRW CAP Funds 5 Unallowable Costs 6 Application Scoring and Project Selection 7 Questions

  18. Section-by-section

  19. Application Submission • Submit by • Emailing: cap@navaa.org (press “submit” on PDF fill-in) • Faxing: 815-550-1141 (check clarity of transmission) • Mailing: NCVRW CAP, 5702 Old Sauk Road, Madison, WI 53705 • Application must be received by close of business August 1, 2014

  20. 2014 NCVRW CAP 1 Background Information 2 General Application Instructions 3 Section-by-section Instructions 4 Allowable use of NCVRW CAP Funds 5 Unallowable Costs 6 Application Scoring and Project Selection 7 Questions

  21. Allowable Uses • Design, production and purchase of mass media advertising. • Design, production and distribution of printed materials. • Purchase of promotional giveaway items (trinkets) • Must contain NCVRW related message. • Cannot exceed $20/unit (including setup and shipping). • Recognition awards (not exceeding $50/each) • Event speakers • Fee cannot exceed $650/day total. • Reasonable travel expenses • per agency policy • Not to exceed Federal Travel Regulations • GSA per diems (www.gsa.gov/perdiem)

  22. Allowable Uses • Consumable supplies/commodities. • Rental/lease of essential equipment. • Equipment has expected life of more than one year. • No purchase of equipment unless demonstrated that equipment: • Cannot be borrowed or donated and • Purchase is more economical than rental/lease. • Rental of space/AV. • Combined space/AV cannot exceed $25/person/day. • Need to document comparison of at least three facilities.

  23. 2014 NCVRW CAP 1 Background Information 2 General Application Instructions 3 Section-by-section Instructions 4 Allowable use of NCVRW CAP Funds 5 Unallowable Costs 6 Application Scoring and Project Selection 7 Questions

  24. Unallowable Costs • Agency salary or staff time. • Agency organizational administrative, indirect or overhead costs. • Any food, beverages or refreshments. • Entertainment, including attractions to induce attendance at events. • Fundraising activities. • Bar charges or alcoholic beverages. • Monetary gifts, cash prizes or gift cards. • Professional training. • Lobbying. [unallowable items will not be reimbursed even if included in an approved budget.]

  25. Reminders • No food or beverages • If donated, must be clearly identified. • Space • Need at least three bids. • Combined cost of space/AV cannot exceed $25/person/day. • Promotional Giveaway items • Must contain a message related to NCVRW. • Cannot exceed $20/unit including setup and shipping. • Prizes • No cash or gift cards. • Recognition awards cannot exceed $50 each including setup and shipping. • Speakers • Fee cannot exceed $650/day, including non-Federal funds • Program Income • Any fee or charge to attend or participate in NCVRW CAP event. • Must be approved in advance; requires separate accounting. • Must be used for NCVRW CAP project or reduce federal funding.

  26. 2014 NCVRW CAP 1 Background Information 2 General Application Instructions 3 Section-by-section Instructions 4 Allowable use of NCVRW CAP Funds 5 Unallowable Costs 6 Application Scoring and Project Selection 7 Questions

  27. Scoring and Selection • Scoring • Experience in victims’ issues 5 points • Project narratives 30 points • Budget 20 points • Use of NCVRW theme, logo and colors 10 points • Collaboration 20 points • Victim/survivor involvement 15 points • Additional considerations • Extent to which project addresses rights and services to victims of all types of crimes. • Funding at least one project in each state. • Funding new or not recently funded projects. • Recommendations by NAVAA, final decision by OVC. • Anticipate decisions by end of October. • All applicants will be notified of funding decision.

  28. 2014 NCVRW CAP 1 Background Information 2 General Application Instructions 3 Section-by-section Instructions 4 Allowable use of NCVRW CAP Funds 5 Unallowable Costs 6 Application Scoring and Project Selection 7 Questions

  29. Use Q&A or Chat feature on Control Panel Remember: Applications must be received by: August 1, 2014 This webinar will be posted on the NCVRW CAP website: http://cap.navaa.org