Learn to build online relationships with your communities in this step-by-step guide, which will lead you through the process of creating an organized, realistic, and strategic social media plan for your organization.
These guided activities are designed for the social media novice, to be done with two or more people from your organization, led by a designated social media administrator and with support from a top-level decision maker (executive director, tribal chief, manager).
The key to a well-developed project as well as a competitive grant application is to have a firm foundation in community-based planning. Community planning and preparedness will enable you to easily move forward on projects and funding opportunities that align with your community's long-term goals.
This page provides an overview of the reporting requirements for ANA Grantees. All grantees will submit quarterly, semi-annual, or annual reports as part of their award terms and conditions to ANA. Each month, we will provide reminders with the upcoming dates reports are due. Quarterly and Semi-Annual reports are due within 30 days after the end of the reporting period. Annual reports are due within 90 days after the end of the reporting period. The Financial Cash Transaction Report (FCTR) and the Financial Status Report (FSR) will be submitted through the Payment Management System and the Objective Progress Report (OPR) and Annual Data Report (ADR) will be submitted through GrantSolutions using the Online Data Collection (OLDC) link.
Grants management is the management of the program and financial activities that occur when a Tribe, organization, or educational institution signs an agreement with a grantor to accept a grant award and becomes a grantee. The grants management period for a grant does not end until the records retention period for the grant has been reached. With the exception of records retention, the grants management typically starts from the specific date stated on the grant award document (also known as the Notice of Grant Award) and ends on the end date of the grant award period provided all close out activities have been completed. This page provides resources for current ANA grantees to manage their projects.
In the final part of the ANA Sustainability Series, you’ll learn strategies for achieving financial sustainability, such as how to analyze your existing resources and identify funding gaps, how to access a range of funding sources, and identify financing strategies to fill gaps. This webinar will also summarize the entire series and answer the question: How do you achieve financial sustainability? Hosted by the ANA Western Region Training and Technical Assistance Center.