Request for Major Project Proposal

The Rotary Club of Cadillac is now accepting proposals for funding a Major Community Project. Proposals will be accepted from September 1st through October 15th, 2019.
The proposals will be evaluated on the following criteria:
1. Helping make our community a better place in which to live
2. Benefit a large cross-section of residents of our community
3. Be a visible tribute to the Rotary Club of Cadillac Spirit of community
4. Be a lasting contribution to future generations of our community
5. Help unite the Rotary Club of Cadillac members to work for a common goal
6. Be funded in whole or part by the Rotary Club of Cadillac Auction and, if possible, provide an opportunity for club members to individually lend their expertise to carry out the project
7. Be maintained and operated by a responsible partner outside of Rotary

Proposals should not exceed 10 pages in length.
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Name of Organization *
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Contact Person *
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Contact Person Phone Number *
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Contact Person Email Address *
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Name of Project *
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Project Description
Please provide a detailed project description that addresses the following criteria:
• The scope of the project;
• How the project will better the organization;
• How the project will better the community;
• What role Rotary will play in completing this project.
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Description of Estimated Project Timeline *
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Target Completion Date *
Estimated Project Cost (Please provide a breakdown of all costs associated with the project, as well as a cumulative total.) *
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Maintenance Plan Following Project Completion (What upkeep, if any, will the project require following its completion? How does your organization intend to address this?) *
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Is your organization tax exempt *
Have you applied for funding for this project outside of Rotary? *
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