Grant Reporting

The advisors of funds at Adirondack Foundation and the Adirondack Foundation Board of Trustees want to know the impact that these grants are having upon the individuals and the community they serve. Was the program a success? How did it affect the community? What were the challenges faced? What could be done differently next time? A six month report form is a helpful tool in determining the answers to these questions, and it is a requirement for the recipients of many grants made by Adirondack Foundation. 

If you applied through the Online Grants Manager and need to submit a report, please login to complete your report.

Click links below for a report form:

Share Your Photos

Adirondack Foundation also seeks and gratefully accepts any photographs of the program or project for which grant funds were issued along with your grantee reports.  (In this digital age, we prefer electronic submission if possible- thank you.) The foundation wishes to spread the word about the great work and also sometimes, the challenges of your organizations. You may send any photos to info@adirondackfoundation.org.  Even if a grantee report is not required we'd still like to hear from you and share your story!  Thank you in advance. 

Forms for Grantees

If you are an individual who has received a grant from Adirondack Community Trust of $600 or more, we need you to complete an IRS Form W-9. (Request for Taxpayer Identification Number and Certification) Please return completed forms either by fax to: 518-523-9905, or via email to: info@adirondackfoundation.org.  Individual grantees from funds such as the Uihlein-Ironman Sports Fund or the Christopher Emmet Hallowell Fund typically need to complete one of these forms if the grant amount was $600 or more. Thank you in advance for your cooperation.