Participatory Budgeting!
Participatory budgeting provides opportunities for students to initiate and gain funding for projects. The fundamental aim of participatory budgeting is to open-up the Students’ Union budget and to raise the profile of student initiatives. Participatory Budgeting is ultimately about providing students with opportunities to engage meaningfully with our community.

The SOAS Students' Union will take proposals from groups of students (you don't need to be part of a society) and pledges to match the funds a group raises for their project up to £800.

To partake in participatory budgeting you need:

1) A sick idea.
2) A group of friends keen to collaborate.
3) Motivation to raise funds and make your project come to life!

Proposer Details
Please list the details of all students involved in the project.
Name(s)
Your answer
Student ID(s)
Your answer
Project
Please provide as much information about the project as possible, this will make it easier for the Students' Union to gauge the aims and objectives of the project. These details will be vital particularly if there are a high number of proposals, in which case not all projects will be able to access funding via the participatory budgeting scheme.
Project Title
Your answer
Project Brief
Please give a brief description of what your project entails.
Your answer
Project Objectives
Please outline the aims of your project, i.e. what issue/ need is your group responding to?
Your answer
Programme Outline
Please elaborate on the way in which you will achieve the aims and objectives of your project. This could include a projected timeline. Please be aware all participatory budget funds must be used before 31st July 2018.
Your answer
Budget
Please outline all the items and their projected cost.
Your answer
Fundraising
Please give some details on how you will be raising the money the S.U. will match through the Participatory Budgeting scheme.
Your answer
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