To be considered for a grant, requestors needs to submit a written proposal to the foundation with the following information:
Brief overview of your proposal: Explain how your proposal furthers the Foundation’s mission to standardize, protect, and promote bitcoin.
Needs assessment: Objectively address specific situation, opportunity, problem, issue, or need your proposal addresses.
Goals/objectives: Provide a succinct description of the proposed project outcome and accomplishments, including your overall goal(s) and specific objectives or ways in which you will meet the goal(s).
Methodology: Describe the process to be used to achieve the outcome and accomplishments, the impact of your proposed activities, how they will benefit the community and who will carry out the activities. Provide a time frame for your project and long-term strategies for ongoing maintenance of the project.
Estimated costs/budget: Clearly delineate costs to be met by the Foundation. (Note:
Qualifications: Describe applicant qualifications for funding including credentials of the applying company and/or key individuals involved.
As a requirement of accepting a grant, grantees will be required to make regular updates on progress to the Board of Directors and for the foundation blog.
Grant requesters should submit proposals by email to Lindsay Holland (firstname.lastname@example.org) before the February 15th deadline. Award decisions will be made within 4-6 weeks of submission deadline.
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