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Title: 1992-1993 Museum Special Category Grant Program Florida Department of State Jim Smith, Secretary of State
Series Title: Historic St. Augustine: Block 12 – Lot 19
Physical Description: Application/form
Language: English
Publication Date: 1992-1993
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Subject: Saint Augustine (Fla.)
54 Saint George Street (Saint Augustine, Fla.)
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1992-1993


MUSEUM SPECIAL CATEGORY GRANT PROGRAM





Florida Department of State
Jim Smith, Secretary of State


MAIL TO:


OR:


Division of Historical Resources
R.A. Gray Building
500 South Bronough Street
Tallahassee, Florida 32399-0250
(Historical Museums Only)


Division of Cultural Affairs
Florida Department of State
The Capitol
Tallahassee, Florida 32301
(General, Science or Youth and Children's
Museums)


For express or hand delivered mail to the Division of
Cultural Affairs use the following physical address:

Division of Cultural Affairs
Florida Department of State
2nd Floor
2475 Apalachee Parkway
Tallahassee, Florida 32301


Telephone:


Telephone:


Division of Historical Resources
904/488-1480


Division of Cultural Affairs 904/487-2980











TABLE OF CONTENTS


MUSEUM SPECIAL CATEGORY GRANT PROGRAM

Purpose of Program
Who Should Apply?
Application Deadline
Applicant Review Calendar
Award Period
Application Review Process
Administrative Review
Panel Review
Secretary of State Recommendation
Funding Levels
Eligibility Requirements
Administrative/Legal
Program Requirements
Review Criteria
Application Procedures
Administrative and Reporting Requirements
Glossary
Application Forms
Section A: Demographics
Section B: Administrative Requirements
Section C: Program Requirements
Instructions for Completing Sections D F
Section D: Revenues and Support Information
Section E: Expense Information
Section F: Balance Sheet Information
Certification
Application Checklist
Mailing Labels


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MUSEUM SPECIAL CATEGORY GRANT PROGRAM


PURPOSE OF PROGRAM

The Museum Special Category Grant Program was designed by
the Department of State, Division of Historic Resources and
Division of Cultural Affairs in order to open higher levels
of funding for exemplary museums with minimum operating
budgets of $300,000 for history museums,$500,000 for general
and youth and children's museums and $750,000 for science
museums which do not currently have access to funding above
$50,000 from Department of State programs.

WHO SHOULD APPLY?

Science, History, General(two or more significant
disciplines) and Youth and Children's Museums who meet the
General Eligibility Requirements.

APPLICATION DEADLINE

OCTOBER 21, 1991










APPLICANT REVIEW CALENDAR


SEPTEMBER 20, 1991


SEPTEMBER 25, 1991



OCTOBER 21, 1991

OCTOBER 30, 1991


NOVEMBER, 1991



DECEMBER 2, 1991



DECEMBER 3, 1991


AWARD PERIOD


General Letter of Solicitation
mailed.

Applications are available and
mailed to known eligible
applicants.

Application postmark deadline.

Applications mailed to Ad-Hoc
Review Panel.

Submit supplemental Department
of State budget request not to
exceed 1.5 million dollars.

Ad-Hoc Panel Meeting to be
held at the offices of the
Division of Cultural Affairs.

Secretary of State reviews Ad-
Hoc Panel recommendations and
submits a list of recommended
recipients via letter to the
Legislative leadership.


July 1, 1992 June 30, 1993









APPLICATION REVIEW PROCESS


ADMINISTRATIVE REVIEW:

The Division of Cultural Affairs will
determine if each Science Museum,
General Museum or Youth Museum
application is timely, complete and in
compliance with program and budget
requirements. The Division of Historic
Resources shall provide the same
administrative review for applications
from Historical Museums.

PANEL REVIEW:

The Department of State with assistance
from the Division of Cultural Affairs
and the Division of Historic Resources
shall convene an Ad-Hoc Review Panel
made up of 9 Florida museum
professionals appointed by the Secretary
of State, 7 panelists and two
alternates, to consider the application
content and the results of
administrative reviews of all eligible
applicant organizations. This panel
will have the authority to report
directly to the Secretary of State. The
panel may recommend funding for those
organizations meeting the program and
fiscal requirements.

SECRETARY OF STATE RECOMMENDATION:

The Secretary of State may submit a
supplemental budget request to the next
session (1992) of the Legislature
requesting support for the funding of
applicants recommended under the Museum
Special Category Grant Program.









FUNDING LEVELS


Eligible museums may apply for up to 10 % of their total
operating budgets based upon the minimum operating budget
for their specific discipline and their most recently
audited fiscal year up to the maximum award of $150,000.
Please refer to the following list to determine your
organization's minimum operating budget for eligibility to
apply for support under the Museum Special Category Grant
Program:

Minimum Operating Budget:

1) Historical Museums $300,000

2) General and Youth/ $500,000
Children's Museums

3) Science Museums $750,000


ELIGIBILITY REQUIREMENTS

Organizations eligible to receive grants under this program
must meet the following requirements:


Administrative/Legal


1) Applicant must have a minimum
operating budget for the last audited
fiscal year which meets the discipline
requirements. (Budget figures may
include up to 10% in-kind);

2) Be designated by the Internal Revenue
Service as tax exempt pursuant to
Section 501 (c) (3) of the Internal
Revenue Code of 1954;

3) Be a not-for-profit corporation
established pursuant to Chapter 617,
Florida Statues; or be a political
subdivision of a municipal, county or
state government of Florida; state
supported museums are not eligible;

4) Be an organization operating with a
full-time paid staff; and,

5) Have been open to the public on a
regularly scheduled basis for a minimum
of 3 years at the time of application.









Program Requirements:


1) Demonstrate administrative ability
(through resumes and other organization
information submitted as well as
completeness and clarity of grant
request).

2) Demonstrate sustained fiscal
stability; applicant must provide four
years of budget detail: a) audits of
the last 2 completed fiscal years; b)
the current fiscal year; and, c) the
next projected fiscal year.

NOTE: Multiple year operating or fund
deficits would normally not pass this
criterion. Organizations should consider
postponing application until the deficit
is resolved.

3) Demonstrate statewide and/or regional
impact;

4) Demonstrate community support through
recognition awards, membership, earned
income and fund-raising activities;

5) Demonstrate public outreach programs
(include minority and special
constituency program initiatives); and,

6) Demonstrate how receipt of Museum
Special Category Grant funds will be
managed to further the museum's
objectives.



REVIEW CRITERIA

Evaluation of the application will be based upon the
documents and narratives submitted in response to the above
requirements and on the following criteria:

1) Administrative Ability;
2) Grant Request;
3) Credibility of the Institution and
its Programs;
4) Potential Public Exposure
and Benefit;and,
5) Fiscal Stability.











APPLICATION PROCEDURES


The following items are required materials for a
complete application to the Museum Special
Category Grant Program:

1. a completed Museum Special Category Grant
Program application form and attachments which
include:

Section A: Demographic Information;

Section B: Administrative and Legal
Requirements

Section C: Program Requirements

Sections D F: Financial Information

A copy of the financial data forms in
the application which shall outline the
following:

1) The organization's actual
operating budget for the two most
recently audited fiscal years;

2) The organization's current
operating budget; and the organization's
projected operating budget for the next
fiscal year;

3) Actual and projected balance
sheets for the four year period.

NOTE: Organization's prohibited from
seeking general operating support from
the State may request funding for a
significant project. Such an
application must also include a detailed
project budget attached to the financial
data forms.

2. 5 slides or photos, one of which must be a
picture of the exterior of the facility and one of
which must be of a typical exhibit installation.

ADMINISTRATIVE AND REPORTING REQUIREMENTS

The organization shall be required to submit a
mid-year and an end-year financial and program
report as well as an annual independent financial
audit.











GLOSSARY

General Application Definitions

Science Museum A public or private not-for-profit institution with the
primary purpose of sponsoring, producing, and exhibiting
programs for the observation and study of various types of
natural science and science technology.

Youth or Children's Musem An organization with the primary purpose
of sponsoring, producing,and exhibiting multidisciplinary,
participatory programs oriented towards visitors ages 6 months
through 15 years, and their families, teachers and caregivers.

General Museum An organization whose mission statement clearly
mandates that it sponsor, produce and exhibit programs in two or
more significant disciplines.

Florida Historical Museum An organization whose mission must relate
primarily to the history of Florida.

Contact Person The one individual who is directly responsible for
administering the grant proposal and who will be available to
provide additional information about the grant.

Equipment All items which cost in excess of $500 and have a life over
two years.

Authorizing Official Name of person with authority to legally obligate
the applicant.

General Program Support Funding to assist underwriting general
programming expenses (not for specific projects) through a
specified period.

Grant Award The dollar amount of a grant approved by the Secretary
of State for a grant proposal, either for a special project, general
program support, salary assistance or technical assistance as
outlined in the grantee's application.

Grant Period The term in which the general program or project
support will be accomplished as set forth in the application by the
starting date and the ending date. A grant period shall include
enough time to cover all preparation and concluding activities, not
just the actual dates of the eventss, within its time frame. The
start date is the first date of fiscal activity for which assistance
is requested and the end date is the last date of fiscal activity
for which assistance is requested.

Grant Proposal Costs All allowable expenditures incurred by the
grantee plus the value of in-kind contributions made by the
grantee or third parties in accomplishing the grant.


I I r









Grant Proposal Title A short descriptive title of the grant proposal for
which the applicant is requesting assistance. If no formal title
exists or if the title is not descriptive, a short phrase describing
the activities of the proposal should be substituted.

In-Kind/Non-Cash Contributions All non-cash contributions provided
by the grantee and other non-federal parties. These
contributions may be in the form of charges for real property and
nonexpendable personal property and the value of goods and
services directly benefiting and specifically identifiable to
material, equipment, buildings, and land. This includes such
goods and services provided the grantee by a third party in lieu
of a cash contribution. You must document in-kind/non-cash
contributions in order to claim them for grant purposes.

Note: In-kind/non-cash contributions may account for up to 10% of
the total operating budget for purposes of computing budget
eligibility.

Specific Project Grant means a grant award to an eligible grantee for
the support of a specific project, i.e., a particular program or
exhibit.

State Supported Institution Any organization whose general operations
budget is supported by funds from state appropriations, which
exceed $10,000, exclusive of grants received from the Division of
Cultural Affairs or challenge grant funding or capital building
project grants.

Total Operating Budget Gross budgeted income for the organization's
last audited fiscal year.









MUSEUM SPECIAL CATEGORY GRANT PROGRAM

SECTION A: DEMOGRAPHICS

FOR DOS USE
Application No.
Grant Award $


I. APPLICANT INFORMATION (Please type)

a. Applicant: (Legal name of organization)

b. Address:



c. City: d. Zip Code:

e. County of Applicant:

f. Telephone: (__)

g. Contact Person:


II. PROJECT INFORMATION:

a. Organization's Federal Employer ID No.

b. Number of individuals expected to directly benefit
by the organization's programming on an annual
basis:

c. County (ies) in which program will actually occur:




III. Museum Category (check the category which most nearly
fits your organization's mission):

a./ /History b./ /Science

c./ /General (two or more d./ /Youth/Children's
significant disciplines)









SECTION B: ADMINISTRATIVE AND LEGAL REQUIREMENTS


Please provide the following documents in the order
requested below:

a) A cover letter of intent from the Chairman of the
Board or President ensuring cooperation with the Department
of State in the review of all pertinent information
submitted toward the application for funding under the
Museum Special Category Grant Program;

b) A copy of the organization's determination letter
from the Internal Revenue Service confirming tax exempt
status, pursuant to Section 501 (c)(3) of the Internal
Revenue Code of 1954;

c) A copy of the incorporation certificate as a not-
for-profit corporation established pursuant to Chapter 617,
Florida Statutes or evidence of being a political
subdivision of a municipal, county or state government of
Florida;

d) A listing of the organization's governing board and
their affiliations;

e) An institution/organization chart which should
indicate the chain of command and which positions are full-
time, part-time, paid and volunteer; and

f) A one page vita or resume for all paid
managerial(administrative and professional) staff outlining
degrees and other achievements and previous employment.









SECTION C: PROGRAM REQUIREMENTS


Subsection I:

Please provide the following documents requested below:

a) A copy of the organization's mission statement;

b) A copy of the organization's long range plan
consistent with and supported by the fiscal plan in the
fiscal data section of this application form. The plan must
incorporate the planning and evaluation process and address
timelines, activities, audience and community development
and involvement;

c) Exhibition and program schedules for your current
season, your next season and the previous two years.

d) Copies of financial audits for each of the two
fiscal years preceding the application period. You may wish
to submit additional information showing assets relating to
facilities, grounds, equipment, etc.;

NOTE: Organizations with operating or fund
deficits shown in the audits or in the financial
projections on the attached financial pages should
also provide narrative which explains the deficit
and how it was or will be resolved. The narrative
should also address why the deficits) should not
be considered a concern for the organization's
fiscal stability.

e) Representative copies of brochures, catalogues,
reviews, recognition, advertising materials, and letters of
support. Please limit letters to 5, brochures to 5 and
media articles to 3 examples.








Subsection II:


a) Please provide narrative statements which
demonstrate and document each of the items below. Indicate
how each is tied into the programmatic and financial long
range plan and goals of the organization. Please attach
appropriate documents and publications to support your
statements. NOTE: these documents and publications should
not duplicate the representative materials requested in
Subsection I-E. Use a separate sheet of paper to address
each item. Additional pages may be attached if necessary.

1) Demonstrate statewide and/or regional impact;

2) Demonstrate community support through recognition
awards, membership, earned income and fund-raising
activities;

3) Demonstrate public outreach programs(include
minority and special constituency initiatives); and

4) Demonstrate how receipt of Museum Special Category
Grant funds will be managed to further the museum's
objectives.








INSTRUCTIONS FOR COMPLETING SECTIONS D, E, & F.
COMPLETING THE FINANCIAL STATEMENTS

Please fill out the attached financial forms for the last
two completed fiscal years; the current fiscal year; and,
the next projected fiscal year.

Applicants should complete all items on Forms D, E & F, as
appropriate, using the following instructions:

Section D
Revenues and Support

1. General and special exhibition admission. (Any
admission income that is remitted to a parent
organization which then allocates, it entirely or
in part for the museum's operations should be
included in line 1 or line 14 but should not be
included in both lines.)

2. Income in the form of dividends and/or
interest generated by the museum's
investments(including transfers from endowment
income); profits realized on the sale of
securities and/or assets.

3. Membership fees.

4. Gross revenues from operations of museum gift
shop and/or food service.

5. Revenues from benefits and auxiliary
activities.

6. All other program-related income including
publications sales, tuition and training workshop
fees, income from lectures, films, etc.

7. All other sources of revenues not derived from
contributions, grants and parent organization
support. Specifiy the sources.

8. Total of lines 1 through 7.

9. Include all federal grants.

10. Individual contributions(other than those
entered in lines 1 through 7).

11. Private foundation contributions and grants.









12. Corporate and business contributions and
grants (cash contributions only). Do not include
items included in the amount for line 18, "Total
value of non-cash contributions."

13. State and Local support. ( Do not include
Department of State Support).

14. Parent or sponsoring organization support
including cash payments made directly to the
museum and cash payments made to the producers of
goods and services provided to the museum without
cost. Indirect cost allocations for museums
should be entered here; for example, maintenance,
utilities, or services provided by the parent
organization. Parent or sponsoring organization
support included in this amount should not also be
included in the amount on line 18 "Total value of
non-cash contributions".

15. Department of State grants (program not
facilities).

16. Other support (specify).

17. Subtotal Support (lines 9 through 16).

18. Value of non-cash contributions, attach a list
of these contributions and how you arrived at
their values). Up to 10% of your total operating
budget may be represented by in-kind
contributions.

19. Total operating income(Total Revenues, Support
and In-Kind Contributions (lines 8+17+18)). (Up
to 10% of your total operating budget may be
represented by in-kind contributions).










Section E
Expenses

20. Salaries and wages paid to employees of the
museum including related benefits such as health
insurance, etc.

21. Expenses associated with the operations of the
museum store and/or food service.

22. Expenditures for materials, equipment, and
supplies necessary for the day-to-day operations
of the museum.

23. Expenditures for museum-related publications
and other printed materials.

24. Travel and lodging expenses associated with
museum activities.

25. Expenditures for rent/mortgage for museum
space.

26. Utilities expense (electricity, water, gas,
etc.).

27. Communications (telephone, postage, on-line
time sharing, and other related costs for museum
operations).

28. Interest expense for loans associated with
museum expenditures.

29. Other expenses; please specify.

30. Subtotal expenses. (Sum of lines 20 through
29).

31. Non cash expenses (in-kind contributions from
line 18).

32. Depreciation on fixed assets (if applicable).

33. Total operating expenses (Sum of lines 30 +
31+ 32).

34. Total operating income (line 19).

35. Excess (deficiency) of support, revenue and
10% of in-kind contributions over expense. (lines
34 33).

36. Operating Fund balance at the start of the
fiscal year.











37. Results of operations (line 35
excess/deficiency).

38. Transfers.

39. Operating Fund balance at the end of the
fiscal year (Sum of lines 36, 37, & 38).


Section F
Balance Sheets


Balance sheets represent the financial
status of an institution at one point in
time. The balance sheet provided on the
Financial Information Forms should
correspond to the closing date of the
fiscal year of the statement. The
entries in the balance sheet sections of
the Financial Information Forms are
common to those found in the financial
statements of many museums. Applicants
should provide those entries in the
balance sheet s which are applicable to
their own operations. The following
definitions are provided to assist
applicants in completing their balance
sheets.

1. Current Assets Those in which activity occurs within
one year.

2. Cash All checking and savings accounts.

3. Accounts Receivable Any amounts owed the museum for
services performed, such as membership fees, pledges
receivable, etc.

4. Short-Term Investments The value of securities,
stocks or other investments which mature within one year.

5. Grants Receivable Any grant funds payable to the
museum within one year.

6. Other Current Assets Any other amounts payable to the
museum within one year.

7. Long-Term Investments The value of bonds, stocks,
certificates of deposit, or any other asset which will
mature in a period of greater than one year.








8. Fixed Assets The value of buildings, property,
equipment, leasehold improvements or other permanent assets
owned by the museum.

9. Other Long-Term Assets Long-term assets not otherwise
classified.

10. Current Liabilities Any amounts to be paid by the
museum within one year.

11. Accounts Payable Any amounts owed to vendors or
others for goods or services received.

12. Notes Payable Current portion of notes payable to a
bank or any other creditor; current portion of the mortgage
principal payable.

13. Other Current Liabilities Any other amounts owed by
the museum within one year.

14. Mortgages Payable Long-term portion of mortgage
notes on buildings or property owned that is payable in the
period of more than one year.

15. Long-Term Debt Long-term portion of any notes
payable other than mortgage.

16. Other Long-Term Liabilities Long-term liabilities
not otherwise classified.

17. Fund Balance Current balance(s) of all funds.






Museum Special Category Grant Application
Operating Budget Form for Fiscal Year Ending


Schedule D


Operating Income (round to the nearest hundred)
Revenues:
1. Admissions income
2. Investment income (+ asset sale profits spent on operations)
3. Membership fees
4. Income from museum store/food service
5. Income from benefits and auxiliary activities
6. Income from publications, tuition fees, performances, etc.
7. Other (specify)


8. Subtotal Revenues (lines 1 through 7)
SSupport:
0 9. Federal Grants
10. Individual contributions
11. Foundations contributions, grants
12. Corporate contributions, grants
13. State and local support (non Dept. of State)
14. Parent organization support
15. Department of State grants (program not facilities)
16. Other support (specify)

17. Subtotal Support (lines 9 through 16)
18. Non-cash contributions (inkind)
19. Total Revenues, Support and non-cash (lines 8 + 17 + 18)


198_/_


Completed


(month/day)


19_/_


Current
199_/9_


Explain below any discrepancies between the income information entered on this form and the corresponding audited
financial statements submitted with this application, including any non-operating income marked as "*"


Proposed
199j/9


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Museum Special Category Grant Application
Operating Budget Form for Fiscal Year Ending


Schedule E


Operating Expenses (round to the nearest hundred)

20. Salaries, wages and related expenses
21. Museum store/food service expenses
22. Materials equipment and supplies
23. Printing and publication
24. Travel and lodging
25. Rent/mortgage*
26. Utilities
27. Communications
28. Interest
29. Other expenses (specify)


30. Subtotal operating expenses (lines 20 through 29)
31. Non cash expenses (inkind contributions)
32. Depreciation (if applicable)
33. Total operating expenses (lines 30 + 31 + 32)
34. Total operating income (line 19)
35. Excess (deficiency) income (lines 34 33)

36. Operating Fund balance beginning of year
37. Results of operations (line 35 excess/deficiency)
38. Transfers
39. Operating fund balance end of year (sum=lines 36, 37 and 38)


198_/_


Completed


1 9 J_


(month/day)


Current
199_/9_


Explain below any discrepancies between the expense information entered on this form and the corresponding audited
financial statements submitted with this application, including non-operating expenses marked "*". Any operating
deficits shown should be fully explained addressing both why the deficits) occurred and why this should not be a
concern.


Proposed
199 /9








Museum Special Category Grant Application
Balance Sheet Form for Fiscal Year Ending


Schedule F


Completed


198 /_


Assets: (round to the nearest hundred)
Current assets: Cash
Accounts Receivable
Short Term Investments
Grant Receivable
Other Assets
Total Current Assets
Long Term Investments
Fixed Assets
Other Long Term Assets

Total Assets

o Liabilities and Fund Balance:
Current Liab: Accounts Payable
Notes Payable
Other Liabilities
Total Current Liabilities
Mortgages Payable
Long-Term Debt
Other Long-Term Liabilities


19__/


(month/day)


Current
199_/9_


Total Liabilities


Fund Balance: Beginning of year
Transfers
Results of operations
Balance: End of year


Total Liabilities and Fund Balance I


Proposed
199__/9










APPLICATION CHECKLIST


Have you included:

1. An original, completed and signed application form
plus eight collated copies.

2. Demographic information (Section A).

3. Administrative/Legal eligibility requirements
(Section B).

4. Program eligibility requirements (Section C).

5. Financial Data (Sections D-F).

Additional checks:

6. Are all blanks on the form complete?

7. Is the arithmetic correct?

8. Have all reporting requirements, such as final and
interim reports, been completed for all current
and previous grants received by the organization
from the Department of State?

9. Have you completed the mailing label included for
your use in this application?








CERTIFICATION


We certify that the information contained on this
application, including all attachments and supporting
materials, is true and correct to the best of our
knowledge.

Authorizing Official

Name:(typed)
Title:
Telephone:
Date Signed:

Signature:

Chief Fiscal Officer

Name:(typed)
Title:
Telephone:__
Date Signed:

Signature:


Contact Person:

Name: (typed)
Title:
Telephone:
Date Signed:

Signature:_

NOTE: The person designated as "Contact Person" on the
first page of this application must also sign in the
Certification section of this application form. The
Division policy is to correspond with the Contact Person
designated responsible for the application.

STATEMENT OF COMPLIANCE

I hereby certify that all reporting requirements, such
as final and interim reports, have been completed for all
current and previous grants received by this organization
from the Department of State.

Signature of Authorizing Official

Date











Directions: Please use one of these pre-printed labels to
mail your application. Use of the labels will speed the
processing of your application.


Return Address


Please affix


correct
postage




Museum Special Category Grant Program
Bureau of Grants Services
Division of Cultural Affairs
Department of State
The Capitol
Tallahassee, FL 32399-0250


Return Address


Please affix
correct
postage


Museum Special Category Grant Program
Division of Historical Resources
R.A. Gray Building
500 South Bronough Street
Tallahassee, FL 32399-0250




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