Unfortunately, a perfect grant report is a rare occurrence. Sometimes, the nonprofit is to blame. However, it could be argued that the lack of comprehensive grant reporting is due to the foundation not being completely transparent on how it evaluates its grants. Foundations need to ask themselves questions along the lines of: Does our grant reporting make sense? Are we asking the right questions? Why are our current questions included on our post grant report?
Grantmaking & Evaluation
Is it now safe, consistent with due diligence requirements, to award grants to EZ charities? Join us on January 19th to find out.
Some companies – large and small – set out to incorporate social responsibility into their strategic plan. Others are more “accidental” corporate do-gooders. The one thing that they have in common, though, is their concern with more than just the bottom line.
The Clowes Fund, Inc., a family foundation established in Indianapolis in 1952, has announced its grant distributions for the 2016 funding cycle.
Join us in Indianapolis for Grantmaking 201, developed from national resources and specifically tailored for Indiana foundations.
IPA members are invited to attend this funders-only webinar, hosted by the Associated Grant Makers.
Students attending Muncie Community Schools (MCS) and Burris Laboratory School will benefit this year from several curriculum additions supported by two Ball Brothers Foundation grants.
A series of grants totaling $500,000 is helping to reshape how future doctors are trained in Muncie.
The Standards for Excellence Institute helps nonprofits live by the Standards for Excellence: An Ethics and Accountability Code for the Nonprofit Sector, a set of 67 standards for good nonprofit governance and management.