KALAKENDRA DAO FUNDING PROPOSAL GUIDELINES
We all know that artists are often left toiling in obscurity, but what about organizations that support them? That’s where our funding guidelines come into play.
We want you and your works of art (whether it be written words or visual images)visible not only within KalakendraDAO specifically but also within mainstream society at large; after all, we can’t continue to spread awareness
The guidelines provide a rough estimate of how much an artist or educator or Web3 developer, or Social Good Web3 Enthusiast can expect to receive from grants
To ensure your application is as detailed and professional-looking as possible, it’s important that you include all of the information requested. This will allow us to get a better idea of what we’re getting ourselves into before committing time or funds!
In order to make your proposal stand out from the rest, use these tips.
The purpose should explain why this project deserves funding from our organization
The purpose of your organization and your previous works.
Your proposed date for completion of project goals or milestones.
Who would be involved to make sure everything goes smoothly?
What do you hope to achieve by doing such work?
Why does one think we need their services over others?
The overall budget required for the project so that we can determine if it’s a good fit for curated initiatives together.
A NEAR account is required to submit your proposal in the NEAR forum. If you do not already have a Near account, follow this guide to create a new NEAR WALLET.
Go to https://gov.near.org/ once you have your NEAR WALLET. You will navigate to the website. You must search for KalakendraDAO and then click new topic within KalakendraDAO. With your project title followed by [proposal].
Fill out the main text input field with your comprehensive proposal!
Also, remember to include the NEAR WALLET account where you will receive your funds.
Once you’ve finished your submission, click the blue “Create Topic” button at the bottom left to finish. If you need to make changes to your proposal after it has been posted, you can always edit it.