- Kindly refer to your grant number and program name in all correspondence.
- Include with your report a detailed financial accounting of all grant funds (copies of receipts and purchase orders as well as a line item budget).
- Your report should address each of the items below. Answers need not be lengthy; two to five pages for the report is adequate.
Note the overall program objective and then briefly document: 1) who benefited from the program; 2) how many benefited; and 3) how many units were provided.
Indicate how the program was evaluated, including relevant documentation and findings.
Example: To introduce school-age children to the world of jazz. (1) youth in grades 4 - 6; (2) 300 students from 2 schools; (3) 10 introduction to Jazz concerts were performed at the two schools.
The program was evaluated through the use of participant surveys. Parents, teachers, students and school administrators completed the instrument. Of the 250 returned surveys, 95% (238) gave the performance an above average or great rating.
By answering the following questions, you will assist the Foundation and others in learning about the challenges faced by organizations and the best practices utilized at each. This section can address any aspect of the program: marketing, recruitment, process, staff involvement, working with contractors, etc.