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What are the worst and best things about grant reporting?

What are the worst and best things about grant reporting?

A workshop to help shape the future of grant reporting

October 2019


Date: 26th November 2019

Time: 13:00 – 16:30

Venue: The Foundry, 17 Oval Way, London, SE11 5RR


Reporting on grants is an important but often difficult part of the relationship between the funder and funded organisation. However, for many funded organisations their current reporting arrangements can be burdensome rather than useful. We have been looking at ways funders could make simple changes to reporting practices to make it a shared, more meaningful and mutually beneficial experience. Now we need the help of small and medium sized voluntary sector organisations, especially those with multiple funders, to share their experiences to strengthen our case to funders to change their reporting requirements.


Who is it for?

This workshop is for anyone from small/medium sized voluntary sector organisations with multiple funders, who has an understanding of or/and interest in reporting requirements.

The issues from the workshop will be shared with the nine funders testing the new principles for grant reporting as well as funder networks across the UK.

Reasonable travel expenses will be covered for all organisations attending the event. 

Click here for the workshop agenda.

How to attend

Register your interest for this event by Wednesday 6th November. Due to the size of the venue, places are limited. We’ll be in touch after 6th November to let you know if you have been successful in getting a place.


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  1. Gillian Reid says:

    Really keen to be part of this and explore open and honest conversations about how charities, service providers and funders can work better together and use reporting to learn from each other and ultimately enable us all to do a better job.

  2. Frank says:

    Will you stream the session online? Am interested.

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