Grants made since 2010
Reporting Guidelines Greenfield Foundation
A final report of grant expenditure must be completed and returned to us by the due date specified in your contract - or as soon as all funds have been expended – whichever comes first. If you wish to extend the grant period, you must petition the Foundation for permission in writing before the original grant deadline to avoid a late report. An incomplete, late, or missing report may jeopardize opportunities for future funding. Please include the following information in your Final report:
1. Organization Name
2. Grant Amount
3. Brief description of grant purpose
4. Name and contact information of person administering the grant
5. Financial account detailing the expenditure of funds:
-Present in the form of your budget as shown in the original grant request, and should include income and expenses (both projected and actual) and include all associated receipts in excess of $1,000 as well as an allocation of administrative expenses applied to the grant.
Should be signed by both CEO and Board Chair
Also include audited financial statements, if available, and copy of current year 990.
6. Narrative account detailing the use of funds:
-Include a broad statement that describes what you were able to accomplish with this funding
-Describe how this grant made your organization more effective and/or efficient
-Include an assessment of the strengths and weaknesses of the project and an explanation of any changes you are making or considering as a result of analyzing your outcomes
7. Publicity generated for/by your organization about this award, if applicable (newspaper clippings, newsletter articles, photos, etc.)
Completed report may be emailed to Jill@GreenfieldFoundation.com.