How do Cash and In-kind columns differ?

A cash contribution to an expense consists of funds taken from an organization’s budget which were applied to meet a total cost. (Example: If a staff person was paid $100 in salaries and $50 was reimbursed through HSG, the remaining $50 would be considered to be a cash contribution. However, if a person volunteered their services or donated goods to meet the needs of the project without reimbursement, the value of the goods or services would be an in-kind contribution.  

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1. Can your program be reimbursed for staff time/costs?
2. How do Cash and In-kind columns differ?
3. Attachment C Budget - only need to list those expenses requested by the city, correct?
4. What do you require for back up of fringe benefit costs?
5. Can one organization apply for two grants for two separate programs? If yes, is the limit $50,000 for each proposal, or $50,000 for both?
6. Is there a way to fill the application online?
7. For an organization that has been operating for 5 years, but is a recent new 501(c)(3), should we submit the previous audit and taxes from the previous organization that covered our budget.
8. Please clarify, are organizations formed in 2020 or later eligible? In Part A of Eligibility, it states a minimum of three (3) years of service and be 501c3 approved.
9. Must the application be emailed as a single PDF? Our financial information is a large file and will make this problematic. This also creates a challenge as our network tends to block large files.
10. Budget Section - Do we submit supporting documents and audits from FY2020 and FY2021 or do we only submit FY2020 audits as we were last recipients of the HSG during FY2020?
11. For the 6-page limit this is only for questions 1 through 8. The first page with general information and the Budget and financial information is not included in the 6-page limit?