All CHEFA grantees are required to file a final project report with the Authority within 60 days of the end of their grant period. Please contact us to have the report form provided to you.
All requests for modifications to the CHEFA grant period, reporting period and budget must be made in writing to the Authority in the format of the Modification Request Form. To obtain a form, contact Kimberley Fontaine at
Modifications may not be requested during the final 60 days of any grant period, nor after a grant period has ended.
Grantees are reminded that the grant agreements require that grantee entities maintain and separately account for the funds disbursed by the Authority, and provide for an audit of those funds. The failure to ensure that the file is accurately maintained and funds are spent as delineated in the budget provided to the Authority constitutes a breach of the agreement and a finding of noncompliance.
Grantees are required to use and retain capital assets purchased with grant funds for a minimum of five years. Disposal, transfer, or sale of said assets with five years of award will constitute noncompliance with the grant award. The Authority may be obligated to report findings of noncompliance to various State and regulatory authorities.