Congratulations to the Class of 2014!
The Honolulu Police Department is once again making funds available for Project Graduation, non-alcoholic and non-drug activities for Oahu’s high school seniors.
HOW MUCH MONEY IS AVAILABLE?
Indicate the amount being requested. The maximum amount is $2,000. Also, attach a copy of the vendor's written price quote for ground transportation service you intent to use.
Note: HPD does not pay for limousines or gratuities.
WHO IS ELIGIBLE?
Any not-for-profit organization (i.e. Project Graduation) for an accredited high school on the island of Oahu.
WHAT ARE THE FUNDS FOR?
HPD funds help to pay for ground transportation expenses for non-alcoholic, non-drug adult-supervised post-graduation activities.
HOW CAN AN ORGANIZATION APPLY?
Interested organizations must submit a request letter to HPD printed on the organization’s or high school’s official letterhead. The letter should indicate the amount of funding being requested (up to $2,000) and include a written price quote from the vendor who will be providing ground transportation services. The letter should also include a point of contact and his or her daytime phone number, fax number, and email address.
A copy of the organization’s Internal Revenue Services Not-For-Profit [Section 501(c)(3)] recognition letter and not-for-profit identification number must also be submitted with the request letter.
Applications will only be accepted from February 1, 2014, through June 15, 2014.
Requests should be mailed to:
Honolulu Police Department
ATTN: FINANCE DIVISION FISCAL OFFICER
801 South Beretania Street
Honolulu, Hawaii 96813
WHAT HAPPENS NEXT?
Upon receiving the completed application, the Finance Division will prepare a check made out to the organization.
If your organization does not receive a check by end of July 2014, please contact Ms. June OZAKI, HPD Finance Division, at 723-3219.
AFTER THE EVENT
Within 30 days following the event, the organization must submit a copy of the transportation invoice marked “paid.”
The invoice should be signed and dated by the organization’s contact person and mailed to the HPD’s Finance Division.
Failure to submit a copy of the paid invoice will jeopardize the organization’s ability to receive future funding.
For more information, call the HPD Finance Section at 723-3219.
On behalf of Chief Louis M. KEALOHA and the members of the Honolulu Police Department, have a safe and cheerful "Project Graduation."