Reporting Information for Grant Recipients 
Grantee
Gallery
www.walnuthillarts.org http://www.communityfarms.org www.walnuthillarts.org
Walnut Hill
www.walnuthillarts.org
Waltham Fields Community Farm
www.communityfarms.org
Walnut Hill
www.walnuthillarts.org

Interim Report

Timing:
This informal progress report should be sent to the Foundation six months from receipt of your grant for a single year grant and at least once yearly for a multi-year grant. 

Media: 
This report should be sent via email to RMFndn@gmail.com.

Content:
This interim report should first include the name of your organization and a one sentence description of the project for which the grant was awarded.  The report should then provide a sentence or two to answer each of the following questions. 

  1. What is the current status of the project?
  2. How does this status compare to the project plan?
  3. What successes and accomplishments have you experienced to date?
  4. What surprises, difficulties or hurdles have encountered to date?
  5. Have you made any changes to the scope, plan, goals or expectations of the project?
  6. What are your plans for evaluating the success of this program at the end of the grant period?
  7. Have there been any major changes in your organization or leadership in the past six months?

Final Report

Timing:
This report should be sent to the Foundation at the end of the grant period. This is either one year from receipt of your grant, or earlier if the project for which the grant was received is completed before the end of one year. 

Media:
This report should be sent via email to RMFndn@gmail.com.

Content:
COVER SECTION -- please include:

Name of Organization:
Address:
Name/Title of Person preparing this Report:
Phone Number:
Purpose of Grant:
Period covered by this report:

EVALUATION SECTION -- please include detailed answers to the following as appropriate:

ORGANIZATION

  1. Have there been any major changes in your organization or leadership in the past six months?

PROJECT:

  1. What is the current status of the project?
  2. How does this status compare to the project plan?
  3. Have you made any changes to the scope, plan, goals or expectations of the project?
  4. What successes and accomplishments have you experienced to date?  What do you see as the most notable accomplishment?
  5. What internal and external factors have contributed to or impeded the success of this project?
  6. What has been learned from this project?  What aspect worked the best? What would you do differently if you had the chance?
  7. What evaluation of the project have you done and what are the results?
  8. What are the measurable outcomes? (How many people have been involved, how many hours, any other measurable activities.)
  9. What are your plans, if any, to continue the work of this project?

FINANCIAL:

  1. Please provide total project income and expense information to date.  Please show how these figures compare to the budgeted dollars for each item.  Describe any budget changes or other financial adaptations required by unforeseen situations.

OPTIONAL:

  1. Please attach links or pdfs of any articles, materials, newsletters, etc. that have been published regarding this particular project.