CarEth does not accept unsolicited proposals.
Individuals: CarEth Foundation does not fund individuals. It can only fund publicly supported 501©(3) tax exempt organizations.
Conferences: CarEth does not normally fund conferences unless there is a description of a careful plan for follow-up and organizational development.
After event: CarEth does not fund projects that will have been concluded prior to the Board review of the proposal.
Fundraising/capital improvements: CarEth does not fund proposals for projects whose primary purpose is to raise money for the ongoing operations of the organization. We do not fund capital purchases.
Relief aid: CarEth does not fund direct relief efforts.
Research: CarEth does not fund research projects unless they show pragmatic application of the research, and clearly indicate the intended audience for distribution of information. A feasible plan for dissemination to wide audiences is necessary.
Schools: Careth does not fund proposals from schools, colleges, and universities.
Applicants should submit a proposal that includes a concise statement of the organizations mission, resources and approach to the problem being addressed.
In additions, the proposal should state the:
- Need for the project;
- Goals of the project;
- Strategy being pursued and rationale;
- Timeline and milestones towards realizing the project’s goals;
- Describe your organizations theory of change and how you see the movement building on the issues;
- Organizational and project budget: please include a draft of the most recent organizational budget;
- Current anticipated funding sources: please list the funders and amounts, committed, pending and to be pursued;
- Other organizations pursuing similar goals with which the organization is coordinating; and
- Reasons why the applicant’s organization/staff is particularly well-suited to carry out the proposed project.
- Also please provide:
- A brief statement summarizing the current “state of the field” and reasonable indicators of whether the project will have succeeded in incrementally improving the “state of the field”.
Also welcome are easily transmitted examples of past work and a description of other collaborations in the field with which the organization is cooperating to achieve similar goals.
Applicants are informed of the decisions of the Board of Directors as
soon as possible. A brief, written report is expected at the end of the
grant year. Grants are generally considered to be one year in duration.