NYSCA/GHHN Collections Needs Assessment Program
The NYSCA/GHHN Collection Needs Assessment Program is a new NYSCA/GHHN Grant partnership program which will provide two opportunities for museums across New York State. These are the guidelines for the Final Report for the Site Assessment Program.
JUNE 1, 2019
Please contact Priscilla Brendler
GHHN Executive Director
NYSCA/GHHN Collection Needs Assessment Program Grant Awardees have a requirement to prepare a final report. Please note, our final report submission process is also paperless. To submit your Final Report, you must use your previously created Submittable account. You will need to be logged in to complete and submit your Final Report. Once you have logged in, you will be able to access the Final Report questions.
The deadline for Final Reports for the Site Assessment Program is June 1, 2019. The portal for the Final Report will be available as of December 17, 2018 and can be accessed from this webpage.
Please Note: You MUST notify GHHN if you do not anticipate spending all your awarded funds.
Any unspent funds must be received back to GHHN at the time of Final Report submission, made payable to Greater Hudson Heritage Network.
Unspent funds will be re-granted in subsequent grant rounds.
Your final report MUST consist of:
1. A narrative (maximum one page) addressing the following: A narrative accounting of your site assessment, including the consultant name and the date of the visit, and a general overview of the consultant's report.
2. An accounting of grant expenses, indicating totals for both consultant fee and consultant travel.
3. Please attach a copy of the report provided to you by your consultant.
OPTIONAL: If you would like, you may attach press releases, announcements, publications, and exhibit or program materials referring to the grant program. If you post on Facebook or Twitter about the awarded funds, please make sure to tag Greater Hudson Heritage Network (on Twitter: @theGHHN) in the posts so we may see the post.
The NYSCA/GHHN Collection Needs Assessment Program is made possible with funds from the
New York State Council on the Arts, with the support of Governor Andrew M. Cuomo and the New York State Legislature.