P-3837

Breaking Chains Improvements

Description

Financing

Documents

Photos

History Logs

Project Description

Country: USA

Location: Nampa, ID

Total Budget: $10,000

Areas of Focus: Basic education and literacy, Community economic development

Activity Type: Education: General

Summary: Technology improvements, painting, murals, and activities for disenfranchised youth in Nampa, ID


Roughly 40-50 at-risk (high school dropouts) students per year attend GED preparation at Breaking Chains Academy of Development. The goal is to break the cycle of gang affiliation and create an opportunity for them to obtain a GED and pursue employment. The grant will enrich and enhance the educational experience by providing much needed technological equipment, supplies, classroom atmosphere, off-site experiences, and an ability for students to express their artistic ability. Rotarians will assist in mentoring, assembling and installing equipment, working with youth to paint and chaperoning their off-site experiences.

Project Contact Person

District: 5400

Rotary Club of: Nampa

Primary Contact: Patrick Tanner

Email: patricktanner@cwi.edu

Project Status

Reported
This project is "Reported". This means that a report has been forwarded for review to the district leadership. This report is now being reviewed by the district leadership for approval. Once the report is accepted, the status of the project will be changed to "Completed".

Project listed for the 2021-22 Rotary Year.

Proposed Financing

Existing Contributions Towards This Project

Date

Cash

DDF

Total

Nampa (5400)

19-May-21

$5,000

$5,000

$10,000

Total

$5,000

$5,000

$10,000

Project Supporting Documents

Project Photos


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History Log Entries

19-May-21

by Marianne Barker

Could you please support your budget with some vendor estimates to explain your numbers? You're asking for a lot of money with little back up as to why $10,000 is the right amount for this project. Thank you!

19-May-21

System Entry

System Entry: Creation of project page.

19-May-21

by Patrick Tanner

System Entry: Project sent for club signatures.

19-May-21

by Patrick Tanner

System Entry: Project signed by Patrick Tanner.

19-May-21

System Entry

System Entry: Project signed by Tim Beck.

2-Aug-21

by Patrick Tanner

Status is correct. We are quite eager to move forward, but we are in a holding pattern - hoping for an approval on our grant application. Please forgive any errors - this is the first time I've authored our proposal. Please advise me of any next steps I need to take. Thank you for your continued guidance and support.

2-Aug-21

by Ines Crespo

System Entry: Project approved by the District Approval Committee.

24-Aug-21

by Marianne Barker

System Entry: Check for DDF payment issued by Foundation Treasurer.

1-Mar-22

by Ines Crespo

Has this project been completed? Reminder that your progress or final report is due by May 15, 2022. Please reach out to District Grants Chair, Ines Crespo, at ines@glassinbalance.com or 208-320-8494 with any questions. Thank you!

15-Apr-22

by Ines Crespo

Reminder: A progress or final report is due by May 15, 2022. Please reach out to District Grants Chair, Ines Crespo, at ines@glassinbalance.com or 208-320-8494 with any questions. Thank you!

4-May-22

by Marianne Barker

Your final or progress report on this project is due no later than May 15, 2022. Failure to report may impact your ability to receive grant funds for the 2022-23 cycle. Please complete your reporting as soon as possible.

13-May-22

by Patrick Tanner

Final report uploaded.

13-May-22

by Ines Crespo

Please download a copy of the blank final report form from the Administration side of the Description tab. Fill out #'s 1 - 7 completely, then upload that document as a .pdf. Once that is done, click the Reported button, also on the Administration side of the Description tab. If you have any questions, reach out to Ines Crespo at ines@glassinbalance.com or (208) 320-8494.

17-May-22

by Marianne Barker

Couple of things to clear up prior to the district auditor review: the revenue on the final report should show $5,000 of district grants funds, as that's what the grant award was. Reduce the club contribution so that the expenses and revenue will balance. When you upload the new report, name it "Final Report". Then delete the report you uploaded on 5/15/22. Once this is done, click "reported" on the administration side of the description tab. If you have photos of the Rotarians doing their work on the project, upload some of those too.

20-May-22

by Patrick Tanner

System Entry: Project has been implemented and final report uploaded.

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