Area (the “Foundation”) hereby grants to For the Love of Christi (“Grantee”), $10,000.00 (the “Funds”) pursuant and subject to the terms and conditions set forth in this Declaration and Agreement of Grant (the “Declaration”). The Grantee, in accepting the Funds and executing this Declaration, warrants, represents and covenants that the Funds shall be held, administered and used in strict accordance with the following terms and conditions. 1. Grant Purposes. The Funds shall be used by Grantee solely in accordance with the budget set forth in Exhibit A attached hereto and for the following purpose: For the Love of Christi--Preparing for the Future (the “Project”). Grantee agrees that all or any portion of the Funds not used as set forth herein shall be reimbursed to the Foundation, unless Grantee has received prior written approval from the Foundation to use the Funds otherwise than as set forth herein. 2. Distribution of Funds. Grantee understands and acknowledges that the Funds shall be paid upon Grantee’s compliance with the following conditions and restrictions: Execution and return of this original Declaration to the Foundation. 3. Accounting. Upon written request by the Foundation, Grantee shall from time to time account for the disposition of all Funds received hereunder (an “Accounting”). Each Accounting shall be delivered to Foundation within twenty (20) days after Foundation’s written request is made to Grantee, and shall include a certification of an officer of the Grantee stating that such information is true, correct and complete as of the date of the statement. If no specific written request for an Accounting is made by Grantor, Grantee shall submit an Accounting and Fund Statement with the “Supporting Documentation” described below to Grantor no later than December 31, 2008 (the “Final Report Date”), as part of the Final Report, as described in Section 5, or if an interim report is submitted, as part of the interim report and again as part of the Final Report. The Fund Statement shall include a separate line item for each expenditure or disbursement of Funds, each itemized as to its budget category. Each line item expenditure or disbursement shall be supported by third-party receipts, vouchers, canceled checks, or other supporting documentation to enable Grantor to substantiate, to Grantor’s sole satisfaction, each line item expenditure or disbursement (the “Supporting Documentation”). The Supporting Documentation shall accompany the Fund Statement. 4. Use of Funds. Grantee agrees to use the Funds as set forth in this Agreement and shall not use the Funds for any other purpose.
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5. Required Report. No later than the Final Report Date describe in Paragraph 3 above, Grantee shall furnish to the Foundation a comprehensive final report of the Project providing, at a minimum, the information requested in Exhibit B attached hereto (the “Final Report”). If, due to the nature of the Project, a final report is not possible by the Final Report Date, then Grantee shall furnish an interim report of the Project to the Foundation by such and shall include in such interim report a projection of the date the final report can be completed and submitted to the Foundation. Grantee understands and acknowledges that failure to submit a Final Report to the Foundation shall prohibit Grantee from being eligible to receive any future grants from the Foundation. By execution of this Agreement, the undersigned representative of the Grantee, acknowledges that he or she has reviewed the reporting requirements as set forth in Exhibit B of this Agreement and agrees that all interim or final reports shall contain the information set forth in Exhibit B attached hereto. 6. Records. The Foundation shall be entitled to a copy of any certified or uncertified financial statements or budget of Grantee and shall be entitled to examine the financial records of Grantee during regular business hours upon at least three (3) days notice. 7. Exempt Status. Grantee represents that it is a tax-exempt organization under Section 501(c)(3) of the Internal Revenue Code of 1986, as amended, and that it is a duly organized and validly existing non-profit corporation and taxexempt under the laws of the State of Texas. If the Foundation determines, in its sole discretion, that Grantee has ceased to qualify as a tax-exempt organization under Section 501(c)(3) of the Code or the laws of the State of Texas, Grantor shall notify Grantee of such determination and Grantee shall immediately return all remaining portions the Funds to Grantor. 8. Publicity. Grantee agrees to recognize the Foundation in any publicity it produces, purchases or contracts for, which specifically refers to the Project and to furnish a copy of all such publicity to the Foundation. Additionally, Grantee agrees to cooperate with the Foundation in connection with any publicity or advertising by the Foundation, and Grantee hereby consents to the use of its name and logo by the Foundation in any such publicity or advertising. Such cooperation shall include, but shall not be limited to, providing the Foundation with information about the Project and its status, providing access to Foundation staff, board or agents to the Project activities, allowing the Foundation to take and publish photos or other visual depictions of Project activities, providing a copy of Grantee’s logo (if any), meeting with Foundation staff, board or agents to discuss the Project. The Foundation understands that in some instances the Grantee has an obligation to its clients to maintain the client’s confidentiality and the Foundation does not require a Grantee to violate the trust or confidentiality of a client or otherwise impinge on a client’s rights in order to comply with this provision of the Declaration.
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9. U.S. Patriot Act. In recognition of I certify that Grantee is not and has not been identified as a terrorist group. I further certify that as of the date of this Declaration, as set forth below, Grantee does not appear on any list of the U.S. government as having links to terrorism or money-laundering, including without limitation: The Terrorist Exclusion List (available at the State Department’s website at www.state.gov/s/ct/rls/fs/2004/32678.htm) and the Office of Foreign Assets Control master list of Specially Designated Nationals (an integrated list of individuals and organizations) (www.treas.gov/offices/enforcement/ofac/sdn/). Finally, I certify that Grantee does not fund terrorism and is in compliance with all the applicable laws, including the U.S. Patriot Act and Executive Order 13224 (Executive Order Blocking Property and Prohibiting Transactions With Persons Who Commit, Threaten to Commit, or Support Terrorism). IN WITNESS WHEREOF, the undersigned duly authorized officer or representative of Grantee has executed this Declaration as of the _____ day of _________, 2007. For the Love of Christi

By:___________________________________ Name:________________________________ Title: _________________________________

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EXHIBIT A 20071117: For the Love of Christi BUDGET

ED Salary & Benefits Total

$10,000.00 $10,000.00

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EXHIBIT B Required Reports (1) A financial summary of the Required Accounting as described in Section 3 of the Declaration. (2) A narrative account of accomplishment and description of the funded project/program. Report documentation shall include, but not be limited to information related to the questions below: (a) What expected and unexpected successes did the project/program encounter? (b) What expected and unexpected problems did the project/program encounter? (c) What was the range of outreach offered by this project/program (“how many people were served?” and “what was the impact on them?”) (d) What are the lasting benefits of the project/program? (e) If the project/program were to be done again, would it be done differently? If so, how? (f) What are the specific plans for continuation of the project/program? How will it be funded? (g) Were there other sources of funds used to support the project/program? If so, please indicate the sources and amounts. (h) What project/programs are available in the community as alternatives to the project/program? (i) How does the project/program compare to the alternative programs available?

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