For Grantees

Reporting

All Grant recipients are required to provide the Trust with a brief report by September 1 in the year following the grant award and prior to submitting a new request. Grant reports are filed using the Follow-Up form on our on-line Grant Portal using the same account as the one used to submit your application.Once you have an account, you will receive a reminder to file the report.  If your project has not been completed by that time, just provide a progress report to date.

The grant report may be brief, but be sure to include whether the project went as planned and any successes or challenges you encountered, a summary of how grant funds were spent, any variances from the budget requested and lessons learned.  You may upload or share links to reports and photos relevant to the project as well as any final publications or work products resulting from the grant. Feel free to include additional information as desired, but bear in mind that the best grant reports are concise and tell a story!

Publicity

Grant recipients are welcome to publicize Morton-Kelly grants in their newsletters, social media or traditional media. We are proud to be associated with those we fund, and when the Trust is recognized for its support, we believe it also serves our goals and mission – drawing positive attention to our partners and their work, while also helping to build understanding of the Morton-Kelly Trust and its priorities.

In general, please publicize our grant as you would other donors to your organization or project. If you require a high-resolution copy of our logo for a publication or similar use, please click to download the logo artwork below: