FAQ – Grant Reporting
Do we have to turn in our required narrative and financial report for our last grant before reapplying?
An organization may submit an application for funding before completing their reporting requirements for a previous grant. However, the Foundation will not accept applications from organizations with overdue reporting requirements.
Can we show recognition for your support?
The Stewardship Foundation wishes to remain anonymous. No plaques, memorials, press releases or public acknowledgment relating to the Stewardship Foundation may be used by the Grantee without prior approval, except that the Foundation may be listed along with other donors in your organization’s annual report. Recognition gifts to the Foundation are discouraged.
Our organization’s grant report is due, but our audited financial statements won’t be prepared in time. What should we do?
The Foundation does not require audited financial statements as part of the financial grant reporting requirements. Provide year-to-date organizational financial statements (balance sheet and year-to-date income and expense report with actual versus budget comparisons) for the most recently completed month for which statements are available. If your grant was for a specific project, please include actuals expended against the project budget submitted with the application. Include an explanation if there is a discrepancy between the budget and the actual expenditures, or if there are unspent Foundation funds.
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Since 1978, New Horizons has been partnering with young people determined to exit street life into stable housing and sustainable employment. More than 1,500 young adults are forced to live on the streets every night because there are only enough shelter beds in King County to support 10% of the population nightly. Nearly 85% of all homeless youth are forced to sleep outside every night because of a gap in services.
At New Horizons, we seek to disrupt this cycle for youth and young adults, offering safety, shelter, education, employment and housing support before homelessness becomes chronic. Every year, New Horizons serves over 1,100 youth and young adults between the ages of 13 and 25. We are determined to help end youth homelessness one youth at a time.
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