Submissions will be accepted March 1 through June 30.
Part 1: Applicant Information
Part 2: Grant Proposal
Organizational background - provide us with some comprehensive information about your organization. Please include:
Executive summary - In a few paragraphs, please summarize your project. You'll go into more detail further into the application process. Here are the key points to focus on:
Statement of need - In a few paragraphs, please tell us how your project will solve a problem or positively impact your community in quantifiable ways. Include community history and applicable statistics.
Goals and objectives - Next, describe in detail the exact outcomes of your proposed project once it receives funding and can be implemented.
Methods and strategies - Provide detailed information about your exact plans, steps, and strategies for each stage of your program and how you’ll implement them. Topics to include:
Plan of evaluation - Include concrete, quantifiable goalposts for measuring your program’s success. These should be established for the end objectives of your plan but also at periodic points during its implementation. What will define 'success' for your proposed programming?
Budget - What is the program budget that you wish to receive funding for? Be sure to provide descriptions, explanations, and hard numbers for any other funding sources that your organization will rely on to accomplish your program’s objectives.
Keep in mind, this grant is to provide funding for costs associated with performing project tasks. Funding will not compensate labor, personal travel or overhead costs.
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