Grant Reports

Grant Reporting

The Grant Agreement for an awarded grant will provide reporting due dates.

Grantee agrees to submit 6-month, 12-month, extended evaluations, and/or final report forms electronically, dropped off at the HCCF office in person or into the drop box outside the HCCF office, or postmarked by noted due dates.

Any grantee with overdue reports (6-month, 12- month, extended evaluation, or final report) will not be eligible to apply for new grant funding for a six (6) month period beginning the day after the overdue report is received.

The overdue report must be received before any funds will be released on the existing grant. Reports require two different signatures of the nonprofit agency at two organizational levels. One signature must be from the board chair of the governing body and the other from the executive director, senior staff, or another board member.


Any grantee with overdue reports will not be eligible to apply for future grants until in compliance and will be prohibited from applying for any funding for the six-month period beginning the day after any report was overdue.

Unless otherwise stated in the Grant Agreement, HCCFSO grants must be completed within twelve months of the award date. Extensions for a period not to exceed six months may be requested in writing and may be approved by the President & CEO. Additional extensions may be requested in writing but will require approval by the Board of Directors.


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