History of LSF
Recently Funded Programs
GUIDELINES FOR REPORTS
The Lloyd Symington Foundation requires two reports from grantees. The first report must be postmarked no later than May 1 of the funding year; the second report must be postmarked no later than October 1 of the funding year. These reports should be both concise and comprehensive.
The mid-term or progress report should include the following material:
- A general description of how grant monies were used
- Comments or reflections upon the activities and achievements of the program by the program coordinator or facilitator
- Feedback from participants in the form of written testimonials or direct quotations
The final report should include the above mentioned material as well as the following information:
- A comparison of stated objectives with actual performance and, where goals are not met, an explanation of why not
- Total enrollment in the overall program or, where relevant, segments of that program
- Enrollment of people living with cancer – both number and percentage – in addition to any members of their families, friends or caregivers who take part
- Numerical breakdown of participants by age, gender, ethnic background, income level, and religious affiliation
- Where did your program have the greatest impact this past year?
- What feature or features of the program affected you most profoundly during the past year as director or coordinator?