Final and interim grant reports

Grant recipients are required to complete a final report upon completion of the grant term (typically 12 months) before subsequent grant applications will be considered. Recipients of multiyear grants must submit an interim report on the anniversary of the original grant award date before additional funds are released. Please note on the grant report form which type you are submitting.

Information to include in the grant report

  • We rely on your candid grant reports to assist us. Please give us your honest thoughts about the short-term results and the longer-term potential of the project, program, or work for which funds were granted.
  • We are just as interested in what didn’t work as what did. While we understand the wish to focus on successes, we respect the candor and insight involved in also sharing hard lessons learned.
  • Your grant report should be based on the description and evaluation plan in your original proposal narrative. Please refer to your original proposal as you prepare your grant report.

Grant Reports

Community Grants – Express, Project and Operating (MS Word)

Mary Gale Foundation (MS Word)

Neil and Louise Tillotson Fund (MS Word)

Upper Connecticut River Mitigation and Enhancement Fund (MS Word)

Wellborn Ecology Fund (MS Word)

Submitting the grant report

  • Email reports (strongly encouraged) and include “Grant Report” and the grant ID in the subject line.
  • For Tillotson Fund grants, please email your grant report to Jean Clarke.
  • For Mary Gale Foundation grants, please email your grant report to Deborah Schachter.
  • You may also mail the report to:
    ATTN: Community Impact Department
    New Hampshire Charitable Foundation
    37 Pleasant Street
    Concord, NH, 03301-4005