"Community Service Grant Proposal Template - Wisconsin State Reading Association" - Wisconsin

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Section D
Item 11
Community Service Grant
WSRA encourages councils to apply for a Community Service Grant each year. Community
Service Grants of up to $200 will be awarded to councils sponsoring community service
projects. The grant must be matched by the council with money, materials and/or participation by
council members in the project. Each council who applies for a grant and meets the requirements
will receive a grant. Grants may be applied for in an amount of up to $200 and may be reapplied
for each year. Grants may be applied for at any time during the year and will be submitted to the
council’s Zone Coordinator.
Examples of community service projects include: interpretive reading contest, young author’s
conference, or the donation of new books to hospitals.
Proposals for the grant must include a statement of the purpose of the community service project,
its projected outcome, a plan for how the project will be carried out, a budget of how the grant
will be spent, how the grant will be matched with council funds, materials and/or participation,
and how its effectiveness will be assessed.
Recipients of the Community Service Grant will submit an article to the WSRA Update
describing the project and its results within six months of its implementation or upon its
completion.
Section D
Item 11
Community Service Grant
WSRA encourages councils to apply for a Community Service Grant each year. Community
Service Grants of up to $200 will be awarded to councils sponsoring community service
projects. The grant must be matched by the council with money, materials and/or participation by
council members in the project. Each council who applies for a grant and meets the requirements
will receive a grant. Grants may be applied for in an amount of up to $200 and may be reapplied
for each year. Grants may be applied for at any time during the year and will be submitted to the
council’s Zone Coordinator.
Examples of community service projects include: interpretive reading contest, young author’s
conference, or the donation of new books to hospitals.
Proposals for the grant must include a statement of the purpose of the community service project,
its projected outcome, a plan for how the project will be carried out, a budget of how the grant
will be spent, how the grant will be matched with council funds, materials and/or participation,
and how its effectiveness will be assessed.
Recipients of the Community Service Grant will submit an article to the WSRA Update
describing the project and its results within six months of its implementation or upon its
completion.
Wisconsin State Reading Association
COMMUNITY SERVICE GRANT
Proposal
1. Council____________________________________________________________________
2. Contact Person______________________________________________________________
3. Address____________________________________________________________________
____________________________________________________________________
4. Telephone (Home)___________________________(Work)__________________________
5. Title of project_______________________________________________________________
6. Amount requested____________________________________________________________
7. Implementation year__________________________________________________________
8. Signature of Council President__________________________________________________
9.
Signature of Zone Coordinator__________________________________________________
ATTACH THE FOLLOWING:
1.
A statement of the purpose of the community service project including the target audience.
2.
A statement of the projected outcome of the project.
3.
A detailed plan of how the project will be carried out.
4.
A budget of how the money will be spent.
5.
A statement of how the grant will be matched with money, materials and/or participation on
.
the part of the council
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