For Grant Recipients - Overview
Golden LEAF wouldn’t be able to fulfill its purpose without our grantees. That’s why we’re strongly committed to working with them from the beginning of a project to the end and helping them achieve the anticipated outcomes of their work.
But by accepting funding, grantees take on a significant responsibility. Their grant management duties include measuring results, record keeping, bringing the project to completion, and reporting outcomes.
Get answers to the questions most commonly asked by grantees.
Golden LEAF requires an interim report to be submitted six (6) months from the grant award date, then annually on that date for as long as the grant is active. A final report is due within 60 days of the end date of the grant. Also, nonprofit grantees must agree to abide by the North Carolina State Auditor’s financial reporting requirements for nonprofit organizations.
The Golden LEAF Foundation Grantee Agreement requires that grantees immediately notify us of any changes to the funded project, including project goals, objectives, timelines, or any proposed changes to the grant budget. Any changes to a grant must be approved by Golden LEAF prior to implementation or expenditure.
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