Welcome to the Notary Foundation’s online grant application form.
We recognize that effort goes into preparing a grant application, and we have designed our online form to streamline the process.
Please prepare your application using the Glossary of Terms Used in the Notary Foundation’s Grant Application. That document is on the Notary Foundation’s website and explains how you should complete the various required fields. It also contains helpful tips for preparing a successful application.
You will also find a list of frequently asked questions about Notary Foundation grants on our site. That document answers questions such as what types of work the Foundation funds and how and when we review grant applications.
All applicants should use this online application form, but the amount of information you provide will depend on the nature and scope of your project. If you find that some of the fields do not relate to your project, leave them blank. Before deciding to do so, however, be sure you have reviewed the glossary of terms, so you do not omit anything important.
Please write clearly and succinctly using plain language. Avoid unnecessarily technical or overly complex language.
The grant application form can be filled in and saved online. It can be revised as often as needed until you are ready to submit.
Once you submit the application, we will send you an email to confirm we have received your submission. We will also send you a pdf of your application for your files. If you do not receive a confirmation, please contact our office.
You can download a blank copy of the application to work on offline. Then, once you have written your responses, you can paste them into the appropriate sections of the application.
The online form allows you to upload additional documents to support your application. Please submit only pdfs and use a consistent file-naming convention so that we can easily identify the files associated with your application.
If you have questions regarding the application or its process or require other assistance, please contact Todd McKendrick at (604) 629-1711.