Use this form as a Grant Proposal Template. JM Grants will review your submission and send you a copy of your completed form, a brief evaluation of your proposal and recommended sources of funding, if applicable.
Your Executive Summary will describe your activities, products and/or services. You will provide a history of your existing organization or program and how you will improve or expand your existing organization and or activities. You will need to describe the legal structure of your organization, the experience and capacity of the organization and the reasons your proposed project is needed and will succeed.
Check all that apply
Geographic area to be served
When was the organization established? What are key organizational milestones? What is the organization’s history in the community?
Brief summary of organization mission and goals.
Describe your organization’s relevant experience – as it relates to your proposed project/program. Current programs or activities, including any service statistics and strengths or accomplishments.
Relationships with Similar Organizations*What is your organization’s relationship with other organizations working with similar missions. What is your organization’s role relative to these organizations?
Describe the opportunity, challenges, issues or need and the community that your proposal addresses. Explain how the focus was determined and who was involved in the project design and decision making.
Overall goal(s) regarding the situation described above.
Ways in which you will meet the goal(s)
How will the proposed activities benefit the community in which they will occur, be clear as you can about the impact that you expect.
Who will carry out the activities and their qualifications to do the specified work.
Estimated Start and Completion Dates
How do you plan on sustaining this project after these funds are spent?
Describe your criteria for success. What do you want to happen as a result of your activities? You may find it helpful to describe both immediate and long-term effects.
How will you measure these changes?
Who will be involved in evaluating this work (staff, board members, constituents, community, consultants)?
What will you do with your evaluation results (published report, press release, project report to funder, community presentations, national conferences, white paper, etc.)
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