FINAL PROJECT GUIDELINES FOR A NAF CULTURAL GRANT
All NAF Cultural Grant awardees are required to submit a Final Project Report within THREE (3) MONTHS of the completion of the grant term. A Final Project Report is required for a one-time award. There are no Report forms, but the guidelines below need to be reviewed. A Project Report should be a maximum of 3 pages (including a 1 page summary of expenditures). Only ONE (1) COMPLETE COPY is required. No new applications for additional grants will be considered if the final report is not submitted.
Grantees must credit The Netherland-America Foundation in all publications, publicity, and programs of the sponsored project. The NAF logo must be used. A suggested credit line is the following: “This project has received funding through a grant from the Netherland-America Foundation.”
Copies of such printed material must be included in the Project Report.
■ Final Project Report for a One-time Award: This Report should offer a cumulative overview of the project. Please provide a concise and clear description of the outcomes of the project, referring back to the original proposal and summarizing what went as planned, as well as the changes and problems encountered. If any publications, papers or presentations resulted from the project, please list them and attach copies. Describe coverage in the media and cite any specific publicity or marketing strategies that were especially helpful. Share any experiences you would like to pass on to future grantees. A summary of expenditures compared to the original grant amount must be included.
Project Reports must be submitted by mail. Faxed or e-mailed Reports will not be accepted.
Project Reports should be mailed to:
The Netherland-America Foundation
505 8th Avenue, Suite 12A-05
New York, New York 10018