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Project Pages are the key element for you to share your work in progress–to gather supporters from the community, organize collaborators and share with collective members. But another important role it plays is to help us here at Wonderment HQ see and support what you’re doing.
This here is a “meta” project page: You can check out each of the sections and tabs below to find out more about what you can do with the tools and what we’re looking for when it comes time to evaluate the project for funding or other forms of support. Have a look, and then get started! When you first get started on your own Project Page, you can share it to The Wonderment Collective if you want to share it with us.
Then, once you get a Collective of your own started, you can share it to your own Collective—and when people join your Collective they’ll be able to see it too!
Project pages set a project duration of up to 20 weeks. Each line item on the timeline should represent one small part of the project and show when it will start and end.
If you've added multiple team members (by adding their name in the Personal Statement section on the main Project Page) you can assign them to tasks here.
Filling this out helps you check to make sure you don't have too many tasks happening at the same time, assigned to the same person.
But really, the main use for this tool is to communicate to your supporters (and to us here at Wonderment HQ) the specific steps you'll be taking towards your ultimate goal.
And it also helps future project leaders, who may be working on similar actions, to see what your plan was and how it played out.
Be as granular and detailed as you can with each task--it really helps us evaluate your project and determine if you're ready for a Project Wonder grant.
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