Annual and final narrative reports that are due through December 31, 2023, are not required for all grants, except for those grants structured as expenditure responsibility. However, please do continue to submit interim and final financial reports for all grants, which are needed to trigger periodic and final payments.
We are currently researching new approaches to narrative reporting to improve meaningful and equitable engagement and relationships with grant partners, and contribute to learning and growth. We may ask some grantees to participate in a pilot of possible reporting approaches during 2023.
Note: Grantees managed by a national program office (NPO) might have more specific reporting requirements. Reach out to your NPO if applicable to clarify requirements.
The Final Narrative Report is typically due 60 days after the end of the grant. However, as noted above, narrative reports are waived for most grants through December 31, 2023. If you wish to share updates with the Foundation, please feel welcome to reach out to your program officer.
Download the Final Narrative Template.
Reminder: Most grants are not required to submit the Final Narrative Report through December 31, 2023.
Grant expenses are expected to follow the approved award budget. Financial reporting allows RWJF to monitor whether the grant expenses are staying on plan or whether adjustments to the plan will become necessary.
Financial reports are due 60 days after the end of the grant.
Sign in to MyRWJF to access Grantee Hub. In Grantee Hub, use the My Grants tile, and then select the grant for which you will submit the final report. Press the menu icon on the upper right side of your grant Overview page, then select Budget menu item.
On the Budget page select the Report Expenses button.
When the expenses have been submitted, an email will be sent to the RWJF program financial analyst and assistant for this grant advising that the annual expenses have been reported.