Introduction

Thanks for your interest in The Facing Project. If you nee a bit more info about our national storytelling movement, this info guide (PDF) will help or you can visit our site www.facingproject.com

Please fill out the survey below to help us determine if your project idea is a good fit and how we can best support you. We want your project to be a success. We'll review your submission in the next few days and contact you to let you know our decision. If you are accepted, we'll send you our agreement. Once signed, we'll hook you up with all the tools it takes to run a project from start to finish. If you have any questions, please email howdy@facingproject.com.

* 1. What is your first name?

* 2. What is your last name?

* 3. What is your email address?

* 4. In what city is your project taking place?

* 5. In what state is your project taking place?

* 6. What will be the title of your project? (If you haven't landed on a title, what topic are you facing?)

* 7. Why is this topic important for your community to face?

* 9. How many partners do you hope to work with on this project?

* 10. Who are potential external partners on the project (nonprofit, mayor’s councils, etc)?

* 11. Who are potential internal partners on the project (campus clubs, departments, courses, etc)?

* 12. How will this project strengthen your relationships with your community partners and project participants?

* 13. Who do you plan to use as writers and/or actors? (high school students, college students, or other community volunteers)

* 14. How much money do you plan to raise to support your project?

* 15. Who will you seek funds from? (check all that apply)

* 16. If you plan to produce books, how many will you publish?

* 17. What type of events will you consider?

* 18. How big of an audience do you hope attend all of your events combined?

* 19. Besides writing and theater, what other forms of art do you plan to involve in your project? (Ex. photography, painting, sculpting, singing, dance, other.)

* 20. How do you plan to use the stories to create community conversations beyond the events/book launch? (Ex.story circles, community read, exhibits, school visits, policy development, curriculum development, program development) 

* 21. As a result of your Facing Project, what do you hope to see happen in your community 6 to 12 months after your Facing Project?

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