Once a proposal is funded, grantees are required to complete a post-project grant evaluation. Designed to collect both qualitative and quantitative information, the report allows the Foundation to compare targeted vs. actual results, and verify a measurable impact on funeral service.
A post-project grant evaluation will address the following questions:
- Please indicate which population(s) your project served, and describe the problem/need you addressed.
- Explain any problems encountered, unexpected benefits or lessons learned during the term of the grant.
- Was the project completed as planned? If not, please describe how the project changed and provide an explanation for the changes.
- Did you meet, exceed or far exceed your key measurables as outlined in your proposal and/or progress report? Why or why not? Provide examples.
- Note any publicity as outlined in your communication plan/progress report. Provide copies as appropriate.
- Please attach complete financial accounting for the project, specifying the use of foundation funds.
- What project-related success are you most proud of?