Basic Needs Giving Partnership Reporting Requirements
Progress Reports and Final Year Requirements
Multi-Year Progress Reports:
Organizations approved for multi-year funding are expected to complete progress reports and other requirements in order to be considered for the second or third years of funding. We request reporting for each year of grant funding, from July 1 to June 30, that includes both a written report and quantitative information on a spreadsheet.
Final Year Report:
All grantees are required to submit a final report at the end of the granting period. The final year will need to include an annual report with narrative and a quantitative spreadsheet report on the entire length of grant funding. Final reports should include a summary of accomplishments, outcomes, and learnings from the project over the entire granting period, as well as information about operations into the future.
How to File:
Both documents are due by July 31
. Contact Amber Paluch
Two-Year Follow-up Report
Finally, we ask that you report back two years after the completion of grant funding. The purpose of a two-year report is to see how your program is progressing in terms of evolution and sustainability, as well as gauge the long-term success of your program in moving people out of poverty.
We will contact you to complete the two-year report at that time.
An annual report to the public will be compiled, including articles and data that indicate the programs and initiatives are making a difference, and that they identify promising strategies still in need of funding. Grantees will be expected to respond and provide any information necessary when requested for this report. Information is usually requested several months prior to the release of the report, which coincides with the U.S. Venture Open.