Please be sure to review the reporting requirements for the Project and Event Grants Program thoroughly before submitting a report. An interim report is only required if specified by Project and Event Grants program Staff or specified in the Grant Agreement. Interim reports are always an option if you would like to provide a public update on your project. Optional interim reports are welcomed and encouraged!
How it works
Each grant request name has two parts: the first part of the name identifies the grantee, while the second part of the name identifies the project. Each final report is a subpage of its grant request entitled Report. Your interim report will be a subpage of this subpage. Therefore, your report must be named in exactly the same way your grant request is named. To avoid any errors, please copy the grantee name and the title of your grant request from your original grant submission when using the page creation tool here. Do not include the namespace Grants in the page creation box below, as your report will automatically be added to the Grants namespace. When you use the page creation tool below, your request will be named correctly. The reporting form for interim reports will be loaded when you visit the new page. Complete the form and then save your work. The link to your interim report will look like: http://meta.wikimedia.org/wiki/Grants:NAME/PROJECT/Report/REPORTNAME. Note that titles of pages on a Wiki are case sensitive.
At any time, please Email grants at wikimedia dot org with questions about how to submit a reportl. If you need to move an existing page, you may also contact grantsadmin at wikimedia dot org for assistance.
- After your report is submitted, please add your newly created report and its discussion page to your Watchlist, so that you may promptly respond to comments and questions from WMF and the GAC.
- After you email grantswikimedia.org, you will receive a response within 7 days acknowledging your submission.
- Please take a moment to read the reporting requirements and learn about next steps. It is critical that each grantee engage actively in WMF's public review process for reports.