Community Grants – Reports

Mary MacKillop Today requires grantees to provide us with reports during the life of the project being funded. This enables us to keep our donors and supporters updated as well as making the process transparent. It also helps us to meet our auditing obligations.

Progress Report – this report is a six-monthly report and helps us to know how your project is progressing, what challenges you may be facing, or any unforeseen impacts on your project.

Final Report – deals with the entirety of the program being funded including outcomes and grantee targets.

Financial Acquittal – details how the funds have been used in reference to project outputs.

We will provide all the above templates at the relevant times so grantees need only to complete and send them back.