Net Impact is excited to offer a microgrant of $150 to moderators* who host a forum using the newly updated "A Nation in Debt" issue guide published by the National Issues Forums Institute and Kettering Foundation in partnership with Up to Us. Applications are due by May 15, 2019. Forums should be hosted by June 30, 2019.

Once you fill out this application, Up to Us staff will be in touch within a week to follow-up on next steps and provide materials.

*Moderators must be affiliated with an accredited US-based college or university to be considered eligible for the microgrant.

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Net Impact will be sending you a check with your requested payment amount. You should receive your check within four weeks of submitting this form. If after four weeks you have not received your check, please contact uptous@netimpact.org.

Please note the following: Net Impact does not take responsibility for any taxes related to this payment. Participants are responsible for their own taxes.

By accepting this funding, you are agreeing to host a forum using the "A Nation in Debt" issue guide before June 31, 2019. If you are unable to host a forum, you will be asked to return the funding in full.
Payment Information
Net Impact will be sending you a check with your requested payment amount. You should receive your check within four weeks of submitting this form. If after four weeks you have not received your check, please contact uptous@netimpact.org.

Please note the following: Net Impact does not take responsibility for any taxes related to this payment. Participants are responsible for their own taxes.

By accepting this funding, you are agreeing to host a forum using the "A Nation in Debt" issue guide before June 31, 2019. If you are unable to host a forum, you will be asked to return the funding in full.
Example: James Madison University Center for Civic Engagement
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Personal addresses are recommended. Checks will often get lost in the mail if sent to college/university departments.