Grants management practices should be communicated effectively to external and internal stakeholders, and structured so that opportunities for grantees to achieve success are maximized. The Council has created a number of tools and resources to help support you establish a strong grants management strategy.
In-Depth Topics Under Grants Management:
In-Depth knowledge on Grants Management
This sample declination letter can help you inform grant applicants that their grant proposal was not accepted.
This sample grant proposal application checklist can be customized to your foundation's processes, allowing you to check off each step of the grant application process.
This sample grant proposal acknowledgment letter will allow you to let prospective grantees know that their application was received.
This sample grant file index allows you to see the types of information which your foundation may need to keep on each of your grantees.
This customizable sample expenditure report allows you to track expenditures by grantees.
This resource from Sibyl Hite of the Hite Foundation provides insight into what information you might be looking for when conducting a site visit.
This perspective from Sally Bowles of the Emily Hall Tremaine Foundation will provide useful insight into grantmaking issues encountered by many family philanthropies.
As you prepare to close out grants, this customizable checklist can help ensure you've received the appropriate documents from grantees.
This customizable sample closing letter may be sent to grantees upon the conclusion of their grant.