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100 Cities / 100 Memorials

Supporting the National Matching Grant Challenge to rescue ailing WWI Memorials

Congratulations! All applications are in. So what happens next?

Congratulations if you submitted a matching grant application!
Here is what happens next:

There is a very good guide to key dates on the website under
"Project Flow and Schedules"

1. Compliance Confirmation: We will be going through all the submissions to confirm that they are compliant with the program rules. IMPORTANT: If we find something that you forgot to submit or missed, we will contact you directly and you will have 10 days to resolve the issue. There is no "gotcha" intended. We want to help you succeed.

2. Publish all project: We are targeting to get this done by July 15th when we intend to publish all the submissions on the national WW1CC website.

3. Promote all project: We will start to promote ALL the submissions and project during the entire evaluation period. We want to give all your project some exposure through the 100C/100M blog, the website, our newsletter and our Podcast. This will go on through the whole summer and into the fall.

The grant awards will be announced on November 11, 1917.

Again - Thank you for participating and congratulations on you many fine projects. Check out the WW1 Poppy Program as a fund-raising activity. 

We will be contacting all the teams to help you tell the world about your project. Some of the stories we have already heard are AMAZING.

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