The standard Fundriver Impact report template has flexible layout options for displaying impact information. You can choose a different layout option for each type of awardee you feature in your stewardship reports.
Awardee Types typically denote the source of the impact statement (who is providing the narrative). Default Awardee Types include: Scholarship: A scholarship recipient/student is providing the impact narrative data Fellowship: The recipient of an endowed chair/fellowship, etc. is providing the impact narrative Faculty: A member of faculty is writing a stewardship summary about how they used the contribution/earnings to benefit their program Staff: A member of the staff is providing a stewardship summary about how they used the contribution/earnings to benefit their program or department These Awardee Types may be relabeled to be more meaningful to your organization.
For example, If you assign all student scholarships the same award type of “Scholarship,” all awardees assigned this type will be assigned the same Impact statement format option chosen for that award type.
If the fund is not a scholarship or fellowship and benefits a program or department instead of a person, the 'awardee' in these cases would be the person who would provide information used to build a narrative impact summary for the donor (i.e. program head, department budget manager, etc.).
Impact statements are loaded at the awardee level using an import template (Microsoft Excel) and connected with a specific fund; there may be multiple statements associated with one fund.
Your organization's branding and color palette will automatically be applied to each layout.
The options for impact statement layouts are shown below.
Format Option 1 - Scholarship
Format Name: Recipient Q&A
Format Description: Question and answer format, designed for student or scholar recipient impact information. Organization provides 5 questions that are standard for all recipients; student/scholar-specific answers are loaded via a flat file tied to Fund #. Student/scholar photograph (small circle) is also displayed, although there can be a stock organization photo for those where a photo is not available. The larger (top) photograph will be static for all funds using this template.
Format Option 2 - Fellowship
Format Name: 3 Paragraphs with Quote
Format Description: Allows for 3 paragraphs of text and a one paragraph quote. Can be used for either a scholarship recipient or general department impact statement. Photo is fund and awardee specific. If there is no quote provided, the formatting related to the quote will not be visible.
Format Option 3 - Faculty
Format Name: 5 Paragraphs with Photo
Format Description: Allows for 5 paragraphs of text over two columns. Also displays an awardee name (this can be hidden if using a photo that does not display a person). Can be used for either a scholarship recipient or general department impact statement. Photo is fund and awardee specific.
Format Option 4 - Staff
Format Name: 3 Paragraphs with Quote and Background Photo
Format Description: Allows for 3 paragraphs of text in a one column display. Also allows for an awardee quote. Can be used for either a scholarship recipient or general department impact statement. Photo is fund and awardee specific and displays behind the text. The photo is shaded with your organization's primary palette color and goes from edge to edge. (See second example below.) This format also works without a photo; in this case, the impact would display with your branding colors only, as shown in the first example.