“Initiate Proxy Ordinance”, rather than “Request”.
“REQUEST” means to petition or to ask permission, which is not the case.
“REQUEST” to to a new person may imply that they are requesting to do the ordinance work. Consider a person new to family history, especially someone who has not received their own Temple ordinances. They might not “request” if they think it will require them to do the ordinance work themselves.
“REQUEST” can be confused with “Request Permission” (for persons born less than 110 years)
Consider using “Initiate Proxy Ordinance” which is what it is; you are initiating the process of having the person’s ordinance work done. You do not have to ensure that the ordinance work gets done. You are only initiating the process.