The Final Report - The Final Report accompanied by a cover...

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The Final Report accompanied by a cover letter The cover letter is a letter of thanks to the funder for their support and lets them know that you would like to submit a renewal request for the next grant cycle. Funding sources generally expect a final report at the end of the grant period. Some funders will be very specific about the topics they want covered, how long the report should be, and the financial documentation they want you to include. Others, though, will request a two-page letter outlining successes, challenges, and lessons learned during the implementation of a program. They'll also want to know how the program will be improved in the coming year, and they will want to receive a simple one-page budget report. Whether the final report is long or short, you'll need to begin by specifically addressing the program's measurable objectives. So before you start writing the final report, pull out the objectives and evaluation plan from your original proposal and create a template from them. Generally speaking (if a funder doesn't have a specific outline for you to follow), a final report may be formatted in this fashion: 1. Summarize each measurable objective, one at a time, by including the following points for each one: o Challenges experienced during the implementation of the program. o Major accomplishments of the program. o Lessons learned during the implementation of the program. o
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This note was uploaded on 08/29/2011 for the course PUBLIC ADM EDA 6930 taught by Professor Morris during the Spring '09 term at UNF.

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