Alaska Center For Excellence In Journalism: Grants Of Up To $25,000 (US)

Alaska Center for Excellence in Journalism: Grants of up to $25,000 (US)

Deadline: 1-Aug-21

Alaska Center for Excellence in Journalism is seeking applications that are looking for stories that increase public understanding of complex, under-reported issues in Alaska.

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ACE-J encourages collaboration with local news organizations. A majority of the project team must be Alaska-based.

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The maximum grant is $25,000. Grants cover out-of-pocket expenses such as travel, document collection, equipment rental, and specific services such as data analysis or editing;
It is ACE-J policy to pay the first half of approved grants to successful applicants, with the second half of the grant paid on publication or broadcast of a finished project in accordance with the original proposal. Second half grants are not guaranteed if projects are not completed by the agreed-upon deadline.
Letter of Commitment

Before you apply, you must obtain a “Letter of Commitment” from an editor or manager who can pledge in writing that the news outlet will publish or air the project you propose – as long as it meets the publication’s expectations and standards;
ACE-J requires this commitment before a grant application can be considered. The letter must be on letterhead that includes contact information for the news outlet and the individual signing it.
Budget Guidelines

Your estimated budget must identify all other sources of funding and itemize expenses such as travel, document fees, equipment rentals, and services;
Be specific. Soliciting other sources of funding is encouraged.
For more information, visit https://alaskacf.org/blog/grants/alaska-center-for-excellence-in-journalism/

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