Reporting requirements for single-year grants:

All grantees are required to submit a final grant report 30 days after the conclusion of the grant period. Reports should include two sections:

  • Narrative report – This section reports on the outcomes and results achieved related to the goals and objectives stated in the proposal; any problems or unexpected outcomes encountered during the grant period; the impact of the grant; and any future plans for the project. The narrative should not exceed five pages in length.
  • Financial report – This section provides financial information on how the grant funds were expended. The financial report should be presented on a single page.

Reporting requirements for multi-year grants:

Progress reports (narrative and financial, as above) for multi-year grants are typically required 12 months after receipt of the previous grant payment. Subsequent payments of a multi-year grant are dependent upon the receipt of a satisfactory progress report and approval of any previously agreed upon grant contingencies. A final report is due 30 days after the end of the grant period.

Reports should be submitted via email.


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