Reporting on your grant
We ask all grant-holders to report on the progress of their grants, so that we can both monitor how work is going practically and financially, and to identify useful lessons that will help improve our grant-making. We want to celebrate grant-holders’ achievements, learn why things don’t go to plan, and pass on good practice to others.
It is particularly important to keep your Grant Manager up-to-date with any significant changes to the grant in order that they can discuss and agree to your future plans, as a result of any changes you may have made.
How openly grant-holders report to us is an important factor when it comes to determining future applications.
If your grant was awarded after January 2013
From January 2013 we asked all applicants to identify up to three key outcomes they aimed to bring about, or make progress towards, by the end of our grant. These outcomes should form the basis of all your reports to us.
- For most grants we ask for a short and focused report on an annual basis – just four sides of A4, using this new standard grant report form.
- For a smaller number of larger or more complex grants, we want to learn more - please use the new noteworthy grant report guidelines as the basis for your report.
Your Grants Manager will inform you which reporting approach applies to your grant and will confirm any additional information that may be required in the grant offer letter.
If your grant was made before January 2013