Request for Funding from the Sisters Vision Implementation Team (VIT)
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Thanks for your interest in applying for funding from the Sisters Country VIT!
The VIT offers small grants to help catalyze community-led action on Vision Strategies. As long as funding is available, the VIT seeks funding requests from organizations, businesses, or individuals in Sisters Country who are actively working toward completion of a Vision Strategy, or who would like to start work on a Vision Strategy. We prioritize funding requests from applicants that can clearly demonstrate:

They are working with a collaborative team of Sisters Country community members;
They have a clear plan to make tangible progress on the Vision Strategy;
They have a budget for their work; and
They can clearly communicate how their work supports implementation of one or more Vision Strategies.

If this sounds like you, please answer the following questions and click submit. We can’t wait to hear from you!
Your Name: *
Email: *
Phone: *
Organization: (if applicable)
Please tell us a little background on you/your organization. What are your mission and goals? How long have you been in Sisters Country? *
How did you learn about the Sisters Country Vision? *
Tell us about your project. What are you hoping to accomplish? How will you get the work done? *
Which Vision Strategy(ies) does your project support? (check all that apply) *
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Please give us a little detail about how your project will support the Vision Strategies you checked above. *
What is the total amount of funding you are requesting? (maximum request: $1,500) How will you spend these funds? (please be as specific as possible) *
What other Sisters Country organizations, businesses, or individuals will you work with to complete your project? *
Are you/your organization currently working on any other Vision Strategies? *
Anything else you’d like to share?
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