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How to Complete a Matching Grant Report
Learning Objectives Purpose of reporting Report components Completing report, step-by-step Report deadlines
Reporting Accomplishes Celebrates success Communicates accomplishments to TRF Demonstrates good use of TRF funds Meets government requirements Offers lessons learned
Report Components Project description Rotarian involvement and oversight Community impact Statement of income and expense Bank statement Report must be signed
Project Information Grant number Project country Progress vs. final report Reporting period dates Partners
Project Narrative Original objectives Actual accomplishments When, where, who (beneficiaries) Scope change
Rotarian Involvement Detailed description of non-financial Rotarian involvement—host and international Number of Rotarians participating
Community Impact Number of beneficiaries Project impact on beneficiaries Long-term community impact
Financial Statement Currency and exchange rate Statement of income and expense Bank statement Certifying signature
Additional Information Optional section Information provided helps to measure success of program Suggestions are welcome Use checklist!
Report Deadlines Progress reports are due at least every twelve months for the life of the project A final report is due within two months of the project’s completion
Reporting If sponsors do not comply with reporting requirements, they will not be eligible to receive future grants.
Reporting Success Remember that reports are a great way to tell about the success of your project!
Resources MG Terms and Conditions The Guide to Matching Grants Rotary website: www.rotary.orgwww.rotary.org Email: firstname.lastname@example.org@rotary.org District Leadership Humanitarian Programs Staff
How to Complete a Matching Grant Report. Learning Objectives Purpose of reporting Report components Completing report, step-by-step Report deadlines Resources.
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