Supporting the advancement of women in the profession of architecture. 

Visit the MAF Women in Architecture Grant information website for complete details related to eligibility, selection and notification, timeframe and reporting, funds availability and restrictions, and more.

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CONTACT INFORMATION

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PROPOSAL INFORMATION

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Provide a 2-3 sentence (100 word maximum) summary of request:

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Population served (example: school-aged girls or Minnesotan women architects or college/University students):

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Geographic area served (example: state of Minnesota or Duluth area schools or metro area):

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BUDGET

Dollar amount requested:

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Total project budget:

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PROPOSAL NARRATIVE

Use the following outline as a guide to your proposal narrative.  Limit the narrative to a maximum of 5 pages.

INTRODUCTION
Include a brief introduction that defines the project at a high level.
 
STRATEGY
  1. Main Activity: Identify the opportunity, challenges, issues or need.
  2. Main Intended Impact: Identify the impact that you intend this work to have and the community or communities that will be impacted.
  3. Opportunity Statement: Identify whether this project fills an existing gap, builds upon previous work or relates to the work of other individuals or organizations (this may be within Minnesota or elsewhere around the country).
  4. Activities: Provide a list of the specific activities that this grant will enable.
  5. Objectives: Provide a list of specific goals or objectives for this work.
  6. Strategic Alignment: Describe the link between the project and the mission and values of The Minnesota Architectural Foundation Women in Architecture Fund. 
IMPLEMENTATION
  1. Risks: Identify possible risks or pitfalls to achieving project objectives.
  2. Indicators: Describe what success is anticipated to look like.
  3. Anticipated Allocation of Funds: Define how the funds are anticipated to be spent. The MAF recognizes that this may change during the course of the project.
  4. Other Funders: Identify any additional funding participants.

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All eligible proposals will be reviewed by the Women In Architecture Fund Committee of the Minnesota Architectural Foundation. The date when applications are due will be set annually by the MAF Board of Directors. All applicants will be notified within four weeks of the application deadline.

If you have any questions, please contact Amber Allardyce, Hon. AIAMN, Deputy Executive Director of AIA Minnesota at allardyce@aia-mn.org or (612) 767-1748.
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