How to write A Non-Commercial project ?
Read this instruction before preparing a non-commercial project
Non-commercial program or grant proposal is a social project that does not addressed to make profit and is aimed at solving social, scientific, educational, health, cultural, religious, environmental and other issues and to gain public benefits.
A grant is a sum of money given to an individual or organisation in the form of financial assistance. This is usually either from the government, an organization or a person mainly for a certain purpose that has a positive impact on the country or the community. This type of financial assistance is not to be paid back (if it is not discovered that it was not used to perform the purpose that it was given).
Consider the meanings and the contents of the sections below while preparing the submission form of a non-commercial project.
The summary of the project is its abstract without the details of the project, which includes:
a) the title of the project, b) brief description or summary statement c) location of implementation, d) type and sphere of the of project e) type and size of required investment, f) the project financing period.
This brief summary as an abstract should clearly describe your proposed project, much like an executive summary of a business plan.
The summary is to give the grantor a brief insight into your project. Ensure that you keep it sweet and short providing all the important information. For this purpose you need to summarise the key points or objectives of the project. It should have sufficient detail and specifics.
The data described in the summary are required fields that must be completed in the project submission form.
The action plan is a step-by-step description of sequential activities that must be completed to achieve the objectives. It should clearly and a specifically say who will do each step, what will be done and when.
In this section you need to describe the skills needed for success, what additional facilities, transport and support services needed to deliver the project and defined measures for success. Good project management discipline and methodologies with detailed requirements specified and individual tasks articulated (project schedule) will keep a good focus on tasks, deliverables and results.
This part of your proposal covers product evaluation and process evaluation. Also, include the timeframe needed for evaluation and who will do the evaluation including the specific skills or products needed and the cost of the evaluation phase of the project.
This section describes how the project will be monitored and its results evaluated. It should cover the criteria for measuring progress, say who will be conducting the evaluations, and tell when evaluations will be held.
Evaluation can be quite expensive and need to have entry and exit criteria and specifically focused in scope activities. All out of scope evaluation activities need to be specified as this phase can easily blow out budget wise. Once again solid project management discipline and methodologies will keep a good focus on evaluation tasks and results.
Commercial project is a business idea or business plan or proposal, the main goal of which is to make profit. Your commercial project may concern making, selling or buying some goods, products or services.
Social entrepreneurship is an approach by start-up companies and entrepreneurs, in which they develop, fund and implement solutions to social, cultural, or other issues.