Final Reporting

Individual Artists Project Grants

Grant recipients must submit a report upon completion of the project that demonstrates that grant funds were spent on the activities described in the application. In general terms, this report is due 60 days after the stated completion date of the project, and must include all of the following:

  • a complete and accurate financial report, showing project expenditures and use of grant funds; see the Final Expense Report exemplar for more information.

  • a description of the results of the project, with an evaluation of its success in relation to the original objectives as stated in the application and Project Description;

  • a travel itinerary, confirmation of attendance at an event, conference, or course of study, if applicable;

  • a copy of the work produced, if applicable;

  • a copy of any promotional materials in which AFA support is acknowledged; and

  • any reviews or publications in which the applicant's project is mentioned.

  • Any grant recipient who does not provide a report will be ineligible for further funding from the AFA for a period of 3 years from the time the delinquency is resolved.

Grant recipients are strongly encouraged to read grant program guidelines for reporting requirements more specific to each respective program and contact grants consultants with questions and concerns.

Organization Grants

The reporting requirements for arts organization grants vary dependent on the nature of the grant (project vs.operational). Grant recipients are strongly encouraged to read grant program guidelines for reporting information and contact grants consultants with questions and concerns.

Any grant recipient who does not provide a report will be ineligible for further funding from the AFA for a period of 3 years from the time the delinquency is resolved.

Additional reporting may be required in accordance with the *Fair Notice Policy.

Organization representatives interested in information about corporate registries and annual returns should visit Service Alberta’s common questions about corporate registries.