After spending so much time and effort writing your grant proposal and finally receiving funding, the next thing that you have to do is your benefactor know how their money is spent. A grant report consists of detailed financial statements, information on the project’s outcome or predicted results, and whether you delivered on the promises outlined in your proposal. It can also be used to enhance Annual Reports and other funding or financial statements.
On this page, we present to you some Grant Report Templates that you can download and use to help you to showcase your project not only to the project manager that oversees it but also to the people who actually funded it. These templates also include an Executive Summary of a Report that displays your organization’s professionalism and strengths that will increase your grant maker’s willingness to provide future and ongoing funding.
Just like how these Report Templates are drafted, you should always address the following key elements when creating your grant report.
There are many things you have to prepare before you write your final grant report. In your final grant report, you need to document several types of information such as information about the grant as well as the project and financial information. To get these, you have to document the project by capturing the conditions before, during, and after the project is being executed. You also need to document the obstacles, problems, and delays encountered, like in Progress Report Templates. You have to dedicate enough time to get these things together and you may start at the beginning of the project.
Below are some tips on how to write a well-organized and compelling grant report.
You may also want to see our Report Cover Templates which are also available on this website.