If you are an organization that would like to be considered for the 100 Women Who Care About South Dundas prize:
Your proposal should focus on a one-time project rather than on-going operating expenses.
The project must not be located on private property.
You should be prepared to have at least one estimate of the cost of completing your project.
You should have considered whether there are any impediments (bylaws etc.) that might restrict completion of the project.
You should include a justification for the wish/need for this project.
You do not need to use this form. We are providing it simply to assist some groups in formulating information about their project.
It is here if you want to use it. If not, you are welcome to submit your proposal in any form you wish by emailing it to us.
Please note that your group/organization may have the opportunity to give a 3 minute presentation with 2 minutes for Q/A if you are chosen as one of the top three contenders after the first
ballot. Someone or a few people should be prepared to accept this challenge should it arise!