The Foundation requires a Mid-Year Update and a Year-End Report as outlined below. Although our reporting requirements are modest, we take them seriously. Failure to submit these by the deadlines may result in suspension of your grant, and ineligibility for future funding.
MID YEAR UPDATE DUE FEBRUARY 1 We request that you send us a brief update on the progress of your current project by February 1. This is an absolute necessity of you are applying for continued funding during the following grant cycle.
Please be sure to address the following in no more than 2-3 pages:
- Progress in meeting the matching funding requirement - Whether the grant funds are being spent as specified in the grant contract
- Challenges you have encountered that have forced you to make changes in your original project - Highlights of interest regarding the organization or the project currently funded by The Chapman Foundation
YEAR END EVALUATION DUE JUNE 30 Please submit a brief evaluation signed by the CEO of your organization. We require that this be submitted by the deadline if you intend to be funded for a future grant. Failure to submit your final report can result in suspension of any further funding.
Be sure to include contact information for the person preparing the evaluation.
Please address the following in NO MORE THAN 2-3 PAGES:
1. What was the amount and purpose of the grant?
Was the grant used as specified in the grant contract? If not, please explain?
Please outline the specific outcomes of the project we funded and how you measured them:
2. Number of students served 3. Area of residence and demographics of students served 4. How are students selected for the program we funded? 5. How did your program make a difference for these students? 6. How did it improve the student's likelihood of attending and succeeding in college?
Please provide us with as much data as you have available about college attendance and success for those who you serve.