GRANT GUIDELINES & PROPOSAL PROCESS
To apply for a Wow grant, please submit a funding request that includes the information listed below. Grants requests may not exceed $2,000. Grants that incorporate community partners and an additional fundraising component are encouraged. Please carefully complete your application on a separate, typed document, and submit it via email to: email@example.com
Project Basics and Contact Info:
- Project Name
- Student Project Coordinators and any additional student participants’ names and school and/or nonprofit affiliation (i.e. Susie Jones, Sage School, Advocates Intern)
- Contact info for each participant (email)
- Teacher/Project Advisor (include phone and email addresses)
- Nonprofit Organization with which the project is affiliated (must be cleared with nonprofit prior to submitting application)
- Primary contact at nonprofit (phone and email address)
- A statement outlining the project, what need it is addressing in our community, and expected objectives and goals, and why you are passionate about impacting this need
- Explanation of the benefit the project will bring to Blaine County
Anticipated time frame from initiation of work through the expected completion
Total Project Budget:
- Itemize all volunteer hours
- Equipment and materials needed (if applicable)
Breakdown of funding sources
- The specific amount of funds requested from Wow and proposed allocation of the funds to the project (remember, you may allocate funds towards supplies, events, and donation to a specific nonprofit)
Submit Your Proposal
Submit your proposal via email to: firstname.lastname@example.org
Meet with the Wow Team
Once Wow has received and reviewed your application, a representative from our team will contact you to arrange a meeting to discuss the ins and outs of your project. Wow will follow up with you within a week after your meeting to approve your project.
Be Generous, Make an Impact, and Send a Final Report!
All grant recipients must send a final report that includes a brief description of the success or failure of the project, the benefit to the community, some sort of reflection (what you learned), which should include photos, videos, art etc.