Before grant funding is awarded, the grantee and the Community Foundation will execute a grant agreement. The two parties will work collaboratively to establish the substance and the schedule for grant feedback and evaluation. Depending upon the project or program this may include intermediate and final reports. While the grant agreement will define the required components of grant evaluations, the following items are generally included:
- Objectives met or unmet
- Strengths and weaknesses of program/project
- Population served
- Community benefits from the grant program/project
- Financial results
- Sustainability of the project/program
- Pictures and copies of any publicity about the funded grant.