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Reporting

If you’ve received an award from us, we would like to know the difference the funding made to the people you work with and your organisation.

We’re keen to learn from your experience so we can ensure that our funds best meet the needs of the people, organisations and communities we support and so that we can share what we learn with our donors and others. It’s as valuable to hear about what didn’t work, as well as the success stories, so please be honest with us about your problems and challenges, too.

Please note that it is a condition of your grant that you send us the reports we require. We cannot accept another application from you if a report on a previous award is overdue.

Reporting on grants to organisations up to £10,000

You should have received a completion report form when we sent you your payment. Please keep this form until your project is completed. Then, fill it in and send it back to us.

Reporting on all other awards

For grants of over £10,000 or for multi-year grants, monitoring and reporting arrangements vary but we usually require a report from you at least every 6 months. We will have explained our requirements at the start of your grant and provided any necessary forms.

For awards to individuals, awards from Resilient Scotland or any other awards, our requirements vary and details will have been provided with our award offer or payment.

If you have any questions, please speak to your named contact at Foundation Scotland or contact our Programmes Administrator on 0141 341 4960 grants@foundationscotland.org.uk

What to do when things go wrong

Unfortunately despite best intentions, projects sometimes don't go  to plan.  If you find that your project isn't working out please don't panic.  Pick up the phone and give us a call on  0141 341 4960 and we will endeavour to help you get back on track.

The Funders Forum Frontline have produced a useful leafet entitled What to do when things go wrong

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