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WCF Grantee Report

Whidbey Community Foundation requires brief reporting from all its grantees.

A brief report will be due at the end of the grant period. Whidbey Community Foundation.  We are especially interested in hearing about:

  • The use of the funds – what the grant money was able to pay for
  • Specific challenges or unexpected changes
  • Specific successes
  • A story of a person, a group, or the organization that was positively impacted by the grant.
  • If available, a picture of your grant and/or the organization (digital format) that we could use in future publicity about Whidbey Community Foundation grants, in order to help us promote your work and raise even more funds to support nonprofits on Whidbey Island.

Additionally, Whidbey Community Foundation will follow up with your organization via email and/or phone halfway through the grant term to understand progress to-date, and any stories to share with our broader Island network.

If you have any questions, please email WCF at info@whidbeyfoundation.org or call 360-660-5041.

You can complete your Grantee Report in the form below.

Grantee Report

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We are especially interested in hearing about: The use of the funds – what the grant money was able to pay for; Specific challenges or unexpected changes; Specific successes ; A story of a person, a group, or the organization that was positively impacted by the grant.
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    If available, a picture of your grant and/or organization that we could use in future publicity about Whidbey Community Foundation grants, in order to help us promote your work and raise even more funds to support nonprofits on Whidbey.

    Updated October 2021