Brixton Fund Reporting
You don’t have to report back on how you’ve used your Brixton Fund money, but we’d appreciate it if you did.
By providing a short report, and allowing us to share it, we can help to raise your profile through our networks. It will also help us to build support for the Fund - and therefore more initiatives like yours - in the future.
Also, if you plan to apply to the Brixton Fund again in the future, we are likely to be interested in how the previous grant was used, so providing a report may help future applications.
We don’t want reporting to be a burden, or for it to cost you any money, so we are flexible on how you do this and can offer support if needed. Clearly, the extent of any reporting should relate to the size of the grant given - if you only received £100 from the Fund we don't need a whole brochure!
If that’s convinced you to send us a report, here’s some ideas on how you could do it:
- A half -> one and a half pages written report (roughly 250 – 750 words)
- 1 – 3 minute interview with us on the phone or in person (perhaps based on answering the questions below)
- 1 – 3 minute video (a basic video using a phone, perhaps to record someone answering the questions below, is fine. It doesn’t need to be professionally produced. You might find this guide from VisionOntv useful)
- 1 – 3 minute presentation to us in person in Brixton
As a rough guide, here are some questions you might want to answer in your report:
- What have been your main activities since you received funds from the Brixton Fund?
- What went well and what were the challenges?
- What did you learn?
- How has the Brixton Fund grant helped? Did you use it for something specific?
- Do you have any thoughts that might help the Brixton Fund do a better job of supporting work like yours? For example, are there skills and resources you need which we could help you access through our network?