Results tagged ‘ grant words ’
Today’s grant vocabulary word is grant report.
Grant (or Interim, Status) Reports: Documents prepared by the grant recipient to provide to the donor the status and results of a project or program.
Submission of reports can be required monthly, quarterly, annually, bi-annually, etc. Information in the report may include, but is not limited to, financial statements, invoices, significant changes or events that have occurred, etc.
Today’s grant vocabulary word is funding cycle.
Funding Cycle: The time structure/pattern of activities involved in the process of awarding a grant, such as the proposal review, decision-making and applicant notification.
Grant-making organizations award grants at set intervals (i.e. annually, quarterly, etc.) or as requests are received.
BTF Grant Word of the Day! Today’s word is challenge grant.
Challenge Grant (or Incentive Grant): A grant awarded conditionally, usually requiring the applicant/recipient to secure additional funds from other sources within a specified period of time. This type of grant award is intended to encourage and facilitate the fundraising efforts of the applicant/recipient organization.
The Grant Word of the Day for June 15th is project rational!
Project Rational: Reasons for the proposed project. The rationale should address the evaulation criteria established by the prospective donor.
Today’s grant vocabulary word of the day is matching grant.
Matching Grant: A grant awarded with the specification that the amount donated must be matched by the applicant on a one-to-one basis or according to some other prescribed formula.
Today’s grant word is seed money.
Seed money: A grant used to start a new project or program.
Today’s grant word of the day is in-kind funding.
In-kind Funding: Donated materials, supplies or labor available and committed for the proposed project.