A school funding proposal is a layout presented for raising funds for building up schools or for improving other infrastructures in order to impart quality education to the students. This type of a document is generally presented before potential investors who would want to be a part of such a project. A proposal of this form needs to portray all financial and technical details of constructing and running the school thereafter.

Sample School Funding Proposal

Name of the school: Margaret School for Girls

Head of the school project team: Mr. Robin Jackson.

Contact Number: 56284125683990

Website: www.margaretschoolbyG&M.edu

Estimated budget: $ 85000000

Project time frame: 27th November, 2011 – 27th August, 2012

Purpose: To build a quality school for the girls and impart them world – standard education

Details of the school project:

  • The school to be constructed will be a four-storey building with sufficiently large classrooms, as many as required to accommodate all interested female students.
  • Laboratories for imparting practical knowledge and library and study rooms will be built.
  • Three playgrounds have been planned to be provided for girls to play and be fit.
  • Various extra-curricular activities, such as extempore and debate or elocution competitions will be held and workshops conducted on current issues to make them worldly wise.
  • The faculty members of the school will all hold masters degree in their respective subjects and should have also done certified courses in imparting proper education.
  • The company who will fund this project will definitely make an image of its own in the market for having contributed to the society.

Last date for collecting funds: 1st November, 2011.

Please help in the project and contact soon.

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