Starting from the year after awarding the grantee must send a report to the Foundation. He/she must report of the use of the grant and the progress of the project.
The grantee should send a report every year to the Foundation starting from the year after awarding until the project has been finished or the entire grant has been used. The report can be a brief report of progress (Interim report) and/or a more thorough and detailed final report.
The interim report will be submitted for a partially used or undrawn grant. The final report will be submitted when the grant has been used for the purpose granted. At the end, a final report must be submitted for each grant awarded.
For example, if a grant was awarded on October 9, 2022, you need to submit an interim or final report by the end of the following year (December 31, 2023). If the use of the grant is ongoing at the end of 2023, you should submit an interim report by the end of 2023, and in the subsequent years, a final report on the grant.
Fill in the report in the grant online service.
In the “Grant title” of the report form, state the name of the project, e.g. doctoral studies “The title of the dissertation” with which it is possible to identify your project.
In the Final report, you must tell concretely what the grant was used for. For example, what the artistic work has included, what it means to complete the publications as you have planned etc. Write a “story” (Final report) that tells how your specific project has progressed with the help of the grant.
The manager in charge is responsible for reporting the work of projects and working groups.
The report must be sent to the Foundation within the time limit. Dismissing the report can lead to problems in applying for a grant in the future.
It is also polite to show gratitude by mentioning the Foundation’s grant in CV’s, publications, concert programs, exhibitions catalogues and in other comparable situations.
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Note: The grant application and its appendices are one process: If you have previously received a grant from the Wihuri Foundation for the same project, the role of the grant in promoting the project should be clarified in the application in May (this is an appendix to the grant application or part of the work plan). A grant-report must be submitted separately to the Foundation starting from the year after awarding.
We are happy to receive hard copies of written works (fiction and non-fiction) created with the support of our grants. You can send the works to our office at Kalliolinnantie 4, 00140 Helsinki.