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How does OTF assess grant applications?
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Your application is first reviewed for eligibility, completeness, and how well your project fits with your chosen Priority Outcome. Then reviewed by staff and OTF’s Grant Review Teams, which are composed of local volunteers from your region. And lastly, the Board of Directors makes the granting decisions.

Read about how OTF assesses grant applications.

I have a current grant and I can’t find my report template. Where do I find it?
Answer

Log in to your portal. Click the tab 'Applications (2014)' at the top of the page. Then click 'Your Reports'. If you still cannot find it, contact the Support centre at otf@otf.ca or 1.800.263.2887.

Why does OTF audit the grants it makes?
Answer

OTF complies with Ontario’s Transfer Payment Accountability Directive, which requires that we “ensure that recipients receiving transfer payments are providing the services for which funds have been received.” The audit process is one of the tools we use to ensure our funds are used as intended. It allows OTF to look a little deeper into grants to verify and validate how the money was spent and ensure that grant results and progress measures are being fulfilled. OTF uses these results to inform continuous improvement initiatives. 

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