January Sunday Soup Grant Deadline!
January 31, 2008, 7:18 PM
Filed under: sunday sou

Due Jan. 31 by midnight

InCUBATE is accepting proposals for this month’s Sunday Soup Grant.  It’s really easy, you should apply!

Need some fast cash to make that project you’ve been putting off for months actually happen? Need some money to host an amazing dinner party for your friends? Will $200 help you pay rent so you can actually spend time on your projects? Whatever it is, feel free to apply for some FUNds!

Here’s how it works.  The application is simply your name and a short description of how you propose to use the grant:
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Sunday Soup Granting Program

Soup grants provide funding for small to medium sized projects. The grants are completely unrestrisricted and will be awarded at the discretion of the jury of Sunday Soup Subscribers.

Applications are accepted on a rolling basis. At the end of each month, grant applications and proposals are collected and distributed via e-mail to the Sunday Soup subscribers. Each subscriber then casts one vote as to which project they would like to fund.

The application with the most support will be awarded the Sunday Soup Grant the first week of the following month. (i.e. applications collect in November will be awarded the first week in December.)

The amount of the grants are equal to the entire Soup Fund for that particular month.


Description of project:
Resume or CV:
Favorite soup:

Please e-mail all applications and proposals to sundaysoup [at] or mail or drop them off to:
2129 N Rockwell St
Chicago, IL


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