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For the 2016 spring transom cycle, applicants will first submit an LOI for review. The LOI form is brief, and the questions applicants will be asked to answer are very targeted. Word limits apply to the questions that relate directly to the specific nature of the project for which you are requesting funds. ONLY applicants invited by the Grants Committee will complete a full proposal. Proposals submitted without benefit of an invitation will not be reviewed or considered.

BCM’s transom grant Letters of Intent will be due to BCM between January 30th and February 6th, and will be submitted using BCM’s new online Microedge GIFTS application portal.  Please visit News and Announcements for details.

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As was previously announced, Baptist Community Ministries is implementing a letter of intent (LOI) process beginning with the upcoming spring 2016 transom cycle. Applicants must submit a LOI and receive an invitation from BCM to submit a full proposal for grant funding. Any full grant applications received from organizations that were not invited to apply will not be considered.

BCM conducts an open transom cycle twice a year. For the 2016 spring transom cycle, BCM’s Board of Trustees has approved a pilot project to incorporate Letters of Intent (LOIs, also known as letters of inquiry or interest). In this revised, two-stage approach to the transom process, applicants will first submit an LOI for review.

BCM will host Transom Grant Application Workshops on Tuesday, January 12, 2016 from 1:30-3:00 pm, Wednesday, January 13, 2016 from 1:30 - 3:00 pm