The proposal should state the specific problem the grant funds will be used to address. The proposal should contain specific goals and demonstrate how those goals will be met and how the targeted animal population will be impacted. Proposals that focus on feral cats should specify how attempts will be made to impact the entire colony/population/community.
The proposal should convey a good understanding of a particular need in the targeted area and adequately describes how the proposed project addresses it.
The proposed project should define and quantify the pet overpopulation problem in your community, be well thought out and present a clear method/strategy to reduce pet overpopulation. Successful proposals will document the particular overpopulation sources in the community targeted, and clearly define a plan to address those issues in the most cost-effective and efficient manner.
The application deadline is April 2, 2019