Evaluating the progress of our grantees is a vital part of our work. Honest assessment helps the Foundation gain useful insights into how we are contributing to communities we serve. In order to assure we receive this important feedback, we require recipients of grants to submit a report outlining the results achieved.
A final report must be submitted no later than May 1 one the year after the grant was received. Reports should include the following:
- A brief description of the activities that were undertaken, and the degree to which they were completed.
- Results achieved through the activities, including unanticipated outcomes or learning from the work.
- A brief financial summary for the project detailing how funds were spent.
If you plan to apply for a grant in another project area the year following your grant, you must submit an interim report no later than March 1 the year after the grant was received. It should include the same kinds of information that will be incorporated in your final report.