Important Sign-Up Information for Grants Review Committees
1. Sign up for a Grants Review Committee (GRC) on our Event Registration page; it's first come, first served.
2. Sign-ups will go live at 8:00AM on Monday, February 4, and end at 11:59PM on Friday, February 15, or when volunteer slots reach capacity (whichever comes first).
3. Before making your committee selection, be sure to scroll down and review the GRC meeting dates to determine which committee best fits your schedule and the Conflict of Interest and Confidentiality Policy to understand the requirements for serving on a committee.
4. All GRC committees will have a maximum capacity of 22 volunteers.
2019 GRC Meeting Dates
We understand calendars fill quickly, so planning is key to a positive volunteer experience. As a GRC volunteer, you must attend two committee meetings at the Community Foundation in Scott's Addition, and you are encouraged to attend a group site visit. Please review the following meeting dates before signing up:
YELLOW: March 4 at NOON and April 12 at NOON
Conflict of Interest and Confidentiality Policy
Members of Impact 100 Richmond (“Impact 100”) must insure that no personal or professional self interest interferes with their volunteer work on behalf of Impact 100. A conflict of interest can arise when a member, or someone in a member’s family, could personally gain, either financially or professionally, from an action taken by Impact 100. For example, if an Impact 100 member or family member could receive a job, a business contract, or other personal benefits as a result of the Impact 100 grant being awarded to a certain nonprofit organization, then that member has a conflict of interest.
It is important to realize that simply serving on the board of a nonprofit that has applied for a grant from Impact 100 does not create a conflict of interest. However, disclosure of board positions and advisory positions is necessary to evaluate whether a conflict of interest exists. It is only in the situation in which a member, or her relative, would personally gain from the grant being given to the nonprofit organization that a conflict arises.
All grant proposals are randomly selected for each committee. In the event a Member has a conflict of interest or perceived conflict of interest with a grant proposal or nonprofit, she will advise her Committee Chair. In all circumstances, the member shall recuse herself from committee level vote related to that conflict. The member may participate in the annual balloting process of all members to determine the year’s final grantee(s).
Each Impact 100 member will not disclose confidential information acquired in connection with the volunteer work she does on behalf of Impact 100. This includes information gained through site visits and/or grant applications.
If you have questions about the review grants process, please email email@example.com.