What you'll need to get started
An organization official needs to be identified as the OMS administrator. Since the primary contact has full read/write permissions, they should be the one performing the self-registration and setup, creating the organization profile and list of contacts, and serving as CyberGrants’ point-of-contact should questions arise regarding the organization’s OMS system.
Official organization name and address
The name, address, email address, and phone number documented with a federally-governed agency such as the Internal Revenue Service in the United States, Her Majesty's Revenue and Customs in the United Kingdom, or the Canada Revenue Agency.
Tax exempt status code (if applicable)
For example, in the United States the tax status code might be 501(c)(3).
Official identification numbers
Employee Identification Number [EIN] for organizations in the United States, Business Number [BN] for organizations in Canada, and the Charity Registration Number for organizations in the United Kingdom.
JPG, GIF or PNG file formats are supported.
List of programs that the organization fiscally sponsors.The name(s), phone number(s), address(es), contact(s), and description(s).
Identify the name, title, email address, phone number, fax number, and address details of all individuals in the organization who will serve as corporate liaisons. These are the individuals that CyberGrants will contact should a question arise regarding a donation from a particular corporate client. A user’s email address will serve as their login ID and will be used to send invitations and notifications.
If your organization has received funds from an Easymatch client(s) in the last 2 years
Please provide the client name, account number, ID number, and password used to access the Easymatch system. This will accelerate the self-registration process.