Submit a Project Proposal

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Project Proposal Request Form

For the majority of our projects, the JD Sheth Foundation partners with other organizations of similar mindset so that we can make the biggest impact possible. Our 2019 schedule of projects is full and we are no longer taking submissions for this year. If you or your organization has a project that you would like our foundation to consider for 2020 funding, please fill out the form below prior to October 1, 2019. You will get a response once we have received the submission, but please note that decision for funding won’t occur until our annual board meeting in the fall. All approved projects will then be scheduled for 2020 completion dates.

Thank you for your interest in working with our foundation and we look forward to reviewing your project proposal!

 
Contact *
Contact
Main contact for project
Phone Number *
Phone Number
Organization requesting funding/assistance
Please include a brief summary of the group's mission
Please be as specific as possible
Location of the project
Are volunteers needed to help complete the project? If so, how many?
Are you requesting the JD Sheth Foundation supply any volunteers? If not, what organization will supply the volunteers?
Who will benefit from the completion of this project?
Who will be responsible for maintaining the project following completion?
Please give cost breakdowns and specific numbers if possible. You may email bids/quotes or supporting documents if helpful to chairman@jdsheth.org, using your organization name and project description in the subject.
Can the project be broken up into phases? If so, give details on what each phase includes and what the costs are for each phase
Expected timelines, including start date and deadlines, to complete the project
Is your group requesting any additional funding/assistance from another organization for this project? Has that been secured?
If this project is accepted for funding, will the amount requested cover the full project amount or will additional funding be needed?
If additional funding is needed, who is responsible for that funding?
How does your project fit within our mission?