The Minnesota Common Report Form provides a standardized format for a nonprofit grantee to use in reporting to different grantmakers about work it has accomplished with their grants, helping to make the reporting process more efficient and effective for nonprofits and funders alike.
For grantees, the form can help reduce the amount of time they must spend rearranging basic information to fit funders' varying reporting requirements. For grantmakers, the form can help strengthen and streamline their post-grant assessment process.
The form was developed based on input from MCF members and representatives from the state's nonprofit community.
The Minnesota Common Report Form consists of two components: