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Frequently Asked Questions

What is the deadline?
Monday, March 3, 2014 at 11:59 pm EST

Does the Reeve Foundation fund international grants?
Quality of Life grants cannot support organizations based outside the United States.
Quality of Life grants can support US-based organizations doing work outside the country.

Can you help me get into the system to start my application?
Yes. This is a common problem that happens most often very close to the submission deadline.

Please follow the steps below:
1. Turn everything off on your computer.
2. Power back on.
3. Clean out cookies on your computer.
4. Power off again.
5. Power back on again.

Highlight, copy and paste the following link directly into your browser:

Why can't I get back to my saved application?
After you start and save your online application, please use the link below:
This should take you back to your account to retrieve your saved online application.

This typically fixes the problem. Please let us know if you are still having difficulties after following the steps above – qol@christopherreeve.org

Is Reeve Foundation funding restricted to organizations that serve only people with paralysis?
Reeve Foundation Quality of Life grants can support projects that are open to a broad range of ability levels, but some participants must live with paralysis (meaning having difficulty moving arms and/or legs)

Can my organization, which applied for IRS 501(C)3 status, pending notification from the IRS, apply for a Quality of Life grant?
Reeve Foundation Quality of Life grants must be awarded to organizations with IRS 501(c)(3) status.
Reeve Foundation cannot award grants to organizations whose 501(c)3 status is pending.

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