Cultural Grant Forms
Some of these forms are in a pdf writable format and also savable.
You need to have Acrobat Reader 8. If you do not have Acrobat Reader 8 already installed
in your computer, you can download a free copy.
Grant Recipient Forms:
Final Narrative Report
Final Financial Report - Organizations
Final Financial Report - Individuals
Status Report Form
COLA Final Narrative Report
Grant Recipient Instructions:
Here are some suggestions and information that
may make the writable Forms easier to use. We hope
the following is helpful:
1. Important: Prepare all of your answers before
you begin typing a form. What you type cannot be
saved on your hard drive, so you must print the
form as soon as it is complete.
2. Print this page to reference while you work.
3. Each time you log on, a blank form will be downloaded
4. When inputting your data, select the hand tool
from the Acrobat toolbar. Position the hand pointer
inside a Form field and click. The I-beam pointer
allows you to type text. The arrow pointer allows
you to select a field, such as a check box. Tab
or click on the next field area to be answered,
to move around the writable fields.
5. To improve readability--especially those forms
with check boxes--you may wish to increase the
size of your screen to 150%, using the Zoom In
tool from Acrobat toolbar.
If the writable form is displayed within your
web browser window, use the printer button on the
Acrobat toolbar menu--instead of your web browser's
print function--to print the Forms.
7. Print out each page as you complete it. Printing
as soon as you complete a page assures you can
print your results to submit. Before you print,
put your cursor in an area of the Form that is
not inside a writable field. If a writable field
is active (apparent by a blinking bar), the content
will not print.
8. Close other programs and documents in your computer
when working on the Forms. Although the City has
a strong real-time server, if you try to browse
very quickly, pages will disappear. Some problems
may be related to your computer's memory.
9. If you lose connection to the server, your answers
10. We regret that the Cultural Affairs Department
cannot provide technical support for those using
this site. The Cultural Affairs Department bears
no responsibility for any technical problems that
may arise from the connection with the server,
your computer, modem, or printer. Applicants are
fully responsible for obtaining the forms in a
timely manner if they cannot work online.