Fundraising Guide (English) June 2014 - Page 39

grant number, amount of funding, grant period, and contact information for the organization, as well as the primary person responsible for report NARRATIVE PROGRESS REPORTS Most foundations require a written progress report at the end or near the end of the grant period. If you have a multi-year grant, an interim and final report may be required. Reporting deadlines are usually detailed in the grant award agreement. If reporting deadlines are not included in the grant agreement, ask the program officer at the beginning of the grant period so you aren’t surprised later.  executive summary, which provides a brief An overview of the contents of the report (this can be one paragraph or up to one page in length, depending on the size of the report)  report narrative that answers the following A questions: Some funders ask for this report