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Commonly Asked Questions

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  • When is the application due and how do we confirm it has been received?

    Completed applications are due on or before Monday, April 15, 2017. Extensions will not be granted. It is not acceptable for you to postmark your application for April 15, 2017, nor to fax a copy of your application at any time. Electronic submissions of applications are preferred. Within three weeks of the application deadline, you will receive an email from ASTRO acknowledging receipt of your application. Please call ASTRO only if you have not heard from us after three weeks.

    How will grant recipients be selected?

    Applications will be reviewed by members of the ASTRO Committee on Health Equity, Diversity and Inclusion (CHEDI) and the ASTRO Board of Directors. Selection will be made based on the percentage of the program that is geared toward radiation-related support as well as a proven dedicated effort to reach all demographics of cancer patients in the city/state where your organization is located.

    What reporting is required?

    Grant winners will be expected to report back to ASTRO twice (May 1 and November 1) for one year about the status of the project, funds spent to date and the impact of the project on the community

    What will ASTRO's role be is my program is funded?

    Once the grant has been funded, ASTRO will review bi-annual reports by the recipients and will in turn report back to the ASTRO membership and public about the efforts of the programs funded by the Survivor Circle Grants.
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