Grantee reporting process
Progress and final report forms
You are required to provide periodic progress and final reports as detailed in your Grant Agreement. The information provided in your progress and final reports is used by the Technical Reviewers to assess how your project is progressing. From time to time they may provide you with suggestions for future actions to improve your project, or if a final report, how your project performed against its original objectives.
All grant programs have reporting templates. The templates are designed to meet the purposes of a variety of projects within the Trust. You are welcome to add other information that you think may be of interest to the Trust.
Please email your report to: email@example.com
Email including attachments cannot exceed 10MB. Should your email exceed this limit, please send your reports and any other attachments on a USB. Hardcopies are no longer accepted.
You must prominently acknowledge the Trust's assistance in your final report and all publications and promotional material relating to the project with the Trust's logo and using the following statement:
This project has been assisted by the New South Wales Government through its Environmental Trust.
Progress and final reporting forms
Other required forms
All grantees must submit a project report and a financial report using the Environmental Trust templates. All grant programs excepting the Lead Environmental Community Groups Program are also required to submit an updated Project Measures Table. The table below contains the links for the necessary reporting templates for each grant program.
Financial reporting templates and budget variation request templates for all programs can be found on the Financial Reporting page.
If you are unsure about any aspects of the reporting process, please contact Trust Administration on (02) 8837 6093 or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Page last updated: 15 September 2016