What is the difference between a Letter of Inquiry (LOI) and a Full Proposal?
A Letter of Inquiry is a brief introduction to your organization and is used as a tool to help the Fund select which organizations will be invited to submit a full proposal. An LOI does not need to have a specific funding request and requires less information than a full proposal. Proposals are used to determine which organizations will receive funding and therefore require much more detailed information. You do not need an invitation to submit an LOI, although we suggest reading our guidelines carefully to ensure your organization is eligible for funding. Proposals are accepted through invitation only.