If you are submitting a concept note to an organization as per the call for proposals or if it is a solicited concept note, they will have their templates to be used. If not, you can use the outline and sample template given in this book. But in either case, the outline and template given in this book will help you in putting the concept together, as most of the sections are certainly to be included in a concept note. While the outline can vary depending on the type of opportunity, type of format or template, type of the project to be described and so on, a typical concept note has the following outline:

1. Title
2. Project or Program Summary
3. Organization Profile
4. Background or Problem Statement
5. Beneficiary and geographical information and insights
6. Program Goals and Objectives
7. Program Strategies and Activities
8. Expected outputs, outcomes and impact
9. Monitoring and Evaluation Plan
10. Budget and financial information (only if required by the donor organization)
11. Other relevant information to make your concept note stand out.
Ref: https://www2.fundsforngos.org/featu...rful-concept-notes-for-raising-funds-quickly/