To begin the grant process, a comprehensive financial assistance application is submitted by the prospective adoptive parent(s). The Board of Directors of Project 2713 evaluates each application, and awards financial assistance to qualified applicants. Unfortunately, Project 2713 cannot guarantee that all qualified applications will be funded.
1. The Board of Directors of Project 2713 meets the last week of each quarter of the calendar year to review all applications submitted during the quarter.
2. The amount of each grant and the number of adoption grants awarded depends on the funds available at the time of the Board’s meeting.
3. The grant program has no exclusions as to race, ethnicity, gender, age, sexual orientation, family characteristics, or income. The program is open to all legal adoptions of non-related and intra-family children, and does not exclude private adoption, agency adoption, international adoption, or special needs adoption. The primary requirement for eligibility is a home study (either completed or in process).
4. Rather than incur the cost of contacting unsuccessful applications, Project 2713 will only notify those who are awarded grants, by email or phone. All recipients will be notified within 15 days after the close of the quarter.
5. Grant monies are forwarded directly to your adoption attorney, courts, or home study worker. These funds will be held in escrow and disbursed as expenses are incurred. If for any reason you terminate the adoption process, the remaining funds in your account are to be returned to Project 2713.
The only users who are required to submit personal information are those users who wish to be considered for a grant on behalf of Project 2713.
Project 2713 collects personal information about you (e.g., name, email address, phone number, title, job, financial) only if you specifically and knowingly give it to us. If you consent to provide us with personal information (by agreeing below), we use that information to consider you and your eligibility for a Project 2713 grant. We only share the information you give us with our Board of Directors to determine grant funding. Moreover, we do not create individual profiles with the information you provide or give it to any private organizations. We do not collect information for commercial marketing.
Project 2713 collects information to allow access for Authorized Organization Representatives (Board of Directors).
The need for adoption assistance and the number of requests received by Project 2713 far exceeds our resources. Consequently, neither Project 2713, its officers, directors, agents nor employees represent that all applicants will receive funding from Project 2713. All grants are awarded with the sole discretion of the Board of Directors.
Any legal information provided by Project 2713 is not legal advice. Project 2713 is not a law firm, and Project 2713 does not provide legal advice. Although we go through great lengths to make sure our information is accurate and useful, we recommend you consult a lawyer if you want legal advice.