Grant Report Guidelines
The Trust maintains a continuing interest in its grantee organizations and the projects it supports. To accomplish this goal, the Trust requires that all grantees submit a grant report upon completion of the project or one year from the date of the grant award. The Trust uses grantee reports as an integral part of its grant-making and considers the reports in making future grants.
The Trust will send a grant report form to all grantees along with the letter of award. Grantees must use this form to submit their grant report. Please follow the links below to download a new form if you need a replacement copy. Grant report filing deadlines are noted on the form. As outlined on the form, the information the Trust seeks in the grant report includes:
- Project status (i.e. complete, in progress, not yet begun)
- An estimate of how many people have participated in or been served by the project and an explanation of the factors that may have impacted the level of participation (positively or negatively)
- Description of one of the most important project results or outcomes and any factors (positive or negative) that impacted progress toward this result
- A success story related to the project
- How the project might be done differently, if done again
- In general terms, a description of the challenges experienced and benefits received as a result of a partnership or collaboration to plan, implement, or evaluate the project
About Completing the Report
The form my be completed in two ways: 1) open it in Microsoft Word and click on the shaded areas to type in your answers (preferred) or 2) simply print it and type or write in your answers. In either case, please limit your answers to a total of 2 pages and use a font size of at least 11 points.
Where to Submit Reports
Email submissions are preferred.
Send reports to:
Questions may be directed to [email protected]