TFAO financial assistance: further steps leading to a grant


Upon TFAO's review and acceptance of a a letter of inquiry, the museum and TFAO will work together on further steps leading to project funding.


By way of example - if the contemplated project is a set of audio interviews - further steps could include agreement on:

1. nature of the project - interviewer, length of interview, location;
2. objectives of the project;
3. general vision for audio, or illustrated audio, or video streaming on the museum's site;
4. guidelines for interviewee selection;
5. organization of pathways on the museum's website to the subject content and other audio content;
6. audiences to be reached; [1]
7. streaming measurements contemplated;
8. pre-production, production and post-production plans including vendors;
9. accompanying relational content and page design e.g. transcripts and page template;
10 streaming plan;
11. timeline;
12. budget;
13. other project support whether financial or in-kind;
14. releases [2]
15. funding plan and letter agreement, including payment milestones. [3]



1. By classification: Adult Education, Elementary, Higher Education, K-12, Secondary. The museum should also provide website traffic data to TFAO for review.

2. Releases may include:

Hint:'s page on releases contains forms for the types of releases they require

3 TFAO sends milestone checks to the museum within 30 days of receipt of and approval of documentation


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