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Reporting Requirements

All grantees of Columbia Foundation must provide a report detailing the progress and results of their program as described in their grant proposal. Note that in this final year of operation, all reports are due by September 1, 2013. The foundation is most interested in learning what a grantee thinks is the impact and public benefit to date and how the grantee ascertains the results. These reports must provide the following (NOTE: for general support grants, please provide information for the organization only):

 

1.

A narrative summary of the progress that grantee has made toward achieving the purposes for which the grant was made, which should specifically address the goals, methods/strategies, and evaluation/assessment plan outlined in grantee's proposal to Columbia Foundation, and any changes thereto.

2.

One copy of any publications or products resulting from the grant.

3.

A statement of grantee's compliance with the terms of the grant.

4.

A separate financial report for the project showing a comparison between budgeted income and expenses, and actual income by source (list each foundation grant and amount separately) and actual expenses.

5.

A separate financial report for the grantee's entire organization for the current and previous fiscal year, showing a comparison between budgeted income and expenses, and actual income by source (list each foundation grant and amount separately) and actual expenses.

6.

For multi-year grants, a project and organizational budget for the upcoming fiscal year.

7.

For multi-year grants, a summary of funds secured and pending (list each foundation grant and amount separately) for the upcoming fiscal year, including time period covered, for the project and organization respectively.

8.

For multi-year grants, a narrative description of the project or program plans for the upcoming fiscal year.

 

 

Closing Report
(to be posted in 2014)