Project Reporting Requirements
AAFNJ must be accountable for its distribution of funds to grantees. To accomplish this each grantee must submit two follow-up reports:
(1) Grantee Interim performance/Financial report
(2) Final Report during the grant-reporting year
Failure to submit these reports will result in the termination of the grant award, and will jeopardize your organization/initiatives and eligibilty for the next funding year.
The reports must include:
- Number of clients
- Indicate joint working relationship with other agencies
- Summarize program performance to date
- Indicate the progress of participants
- Resulting outcomes of program against objectives
- Indicate the cooperation received from other agencies and groups
- Any other indicators of progress the grantee wishes to share
- Indicate changes in management, staff or project director(s)
- An audited fiscal report must be included detailing use of grant funds.
- The AAF/NJ name must be included on all literature produced by
- grantees for that funding year.