Are you trying to build a community project?
A project sponsor is an individual within an organization who is the primary driver of a project. Your organization might be a non-profit, municipality, county, tribal nation, for-profit entity, university, community-based organization, or one many other project champions. While the final project implementation body may be different as the project matures, you are a project sponsor if you are supporting the development of a project and are seeking support.
This service is completely free for sponsors and providers to join. The development of this program has been funded through Philanthropy and the Economic Development Administration.
Not sure you have a project or want to be a project sponsor? That’s Ok. Sign up here for future training and diagnostic sessions to help you figure that out.
Yes! Once you join and configure your community details and project details, you can invite additional members from your team as collaborators.
Many project sponsors are developing community-scale projects like energy, water, and broadband. Others are focused on buildings and real estate, climate resilience, or recreational trail development.
Providers include technical assistance non-profits, for-profit advisory firms, philanthropy, technology vendors, project developers, and government agencies.