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Apricot for Funders (AFF) (Legacy)
Apricot for Funders (AFF) (Legacy)
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Introduction to Apricot For Funders (AFF)An Introduction to Apricot for Funders
Required AFF FormsAFF's grant tool manages access to key forms within the database.
AFF: Application Overview
AFF: Application Overview Error Message
AFF: Application Intake/Grant Cover Sheet
AFF: Applying AgenciesAFF is built to manage the workflow and access of three key types of users: Funders, Applicants and Reviewers.
AFF: Review AssignmentsThe Review Assignments page allows reviewers easier access to their application assignments.
AFF: Grant Dashboard for AdministratorsAFF Grant Administrators can access a Grant Dashboard to see a range of details about any of their grants in the system.
Creating Secure Web Forms to Access AFF for the First TimeHow to create an external link for applicants to establish their access to your AFF database
Form: Applicant Profile
Form: Reviewer Profile
Connect Applicant Profiles to Intake FormsAFF Funders use a Linking Field to connect Applicant Profile forms to their appropriate Application Intake forms.
Form: Grant InvitationAFF's grant module manages the workflow around several key forms.
Form: Review Scorecard
Fields: User Creation FieldThe User Creation field allows people from outside a Funder's organization to add themselves as users to the AFF database.
Fields: Review Assignment
The Grant ToolThe Grant Tool serves as a hub where Administrators can control when forms are turned on and off within the database.
Grant FieldBrief information about Grant Fields
User: FunderAn AFF Funder is an organization that distributes grant funds.
User: Reviewers
User: Applying Agency or Individual ApplicantApplying agencies or individual applicants exist outside of the funding organization and will apply for grant funding through AFF databases.
Optional Additional AFF Forms