Grantee resources

Here, Prince Charitable Trusts grant recipients can find helpful information regarding their reporting and references to their awards.



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HR Coaching Videos

In spring 2021, Dr. Martin held a series of interactive workshops for grantees of the MacArthur/Prince Fund on managing organizations in troubled times. In order to make this valuable information available to more organizations, Dr. Martin has recorded a set of quick presentations on HR issues that managers frequently confront.  Many are funny – all are on point. We hope you’ll find them helpful.

The Subjects are:

1 – Introduction
2 – Rings of Recruitment
3 – Selection
4 – Onboarding
5 – Performing as an Individual Contributor
6 – Performing in Groups

7 – Training & Monitoring
8 – Performance Appraisal
9 – Giving Feedback
10 – Coaching
11 – Disciplining
12 – Freedom Counseling

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Chicago, IL
Report requirements
Final Reports

The Chicago program no longer requires written final reports. Grant recipients will be contacted approximately six months after they receive funding to schedule a conversation to discuss the organization’s work. 

Interim Reports

Organizations that receive a multi-year grant will be required to submit a brief interim report using GoApply at the end of the first year of funding. Grant recipients will receive direct communication detailing what they need to submit.

For additional questions about reporting requirements contact Teri Fron at

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Washington, D.C.
Final report requirements

The final report on a one-year grant will be due approximately 10 months after you have signed a grant agreement letter and received payment.  Your grant agreement letter will specify the date on which the final report is due.  Occasionally the Trusts make multi-year grants. In this case, an interim report will be due at the end of each year. Again, the grant agreement letter will specify when the interim and final reports are due.

Both a narrative report and a financial report are required and grantees are encouraged to use the final report format linked below.  Once complete, the narrative and financial reports must be submitted via the Egrants system using the same account used to submit your application.  When logged into your account, an interim or final report form can be located by selecting Drafts, under the Applicant menu.  Click on the appropriate form, edit as needed, upload the narrative and financial reports and then click submit.

Newport, RI
Final report requirements

A written report, signed by the appropriate officer of the organization, is to be furnished to the PCT by the deadline date listed in your grant agreement letter. This report is to be sent via email in .pdf format to Teri Fron at

The report should contain a financial statement and a narrative account of what was accomplished by this grant, including a description of progress made toward achieving the goals of the grant (no more than two pages). The financial statement should reflect expenditures of the grant funds according to the categories of the approved budget, as of the end of the period covered by the report.

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Prince Charitable Trusts logos

Organizations that have received funding from the Prince Charitable Trusts in the most recent award year may download our logo from the choices made available here, and have our permission to use the logo specific to the organization’s acknowledgement of the Trusts’ support of the specific initiative to which funds were made. Any other usage beyond this scope requires a specific request to the Trusts. For more information, contact us or your program officer.

All grants should be acknowledged as “funding from Prince Charitable Trusts,” regardless of the specific Trust that issues the award check with the following exceptions:
If your grant was awarded through the MacArthur Fund in Chicago, the acknowledgement is “funding from the MacArthur Fund for Arts and Culture at Prince”. If you use your funder’s graphic logos on any promotional materials, please use the logos of both foundations. Guidance and instructions for the MacArthur logo can be found here.
If your grant was awarded through the MARPAT Fund in Washington, DC, then the acknowledgement should read: “Funding made available through the MARPAT Fund at Prince.”

Prince Charitable Trusts Logos:
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