Reporting and Monitoring

The following resources are intended to aid service providers in recordkeeping during distributions and should assist in completing Vitamin Angels’ Annual Reporting form.

For more information, please contact your Vitamin Angels Program Manager or email us at [email protected].

Reporting - Domestic Programs (US/Canada)

Annual Report/Grant Renewal Application

The Annual Reporting form tracks the distribution of the commodities provided by Vitamin Angels, and must be completed in order to receive additional supplies. Once complete, a Grant Renewal Application may be submitted to apply for a grant renewal. 

Reporting Tools

Vitamin Angels strongly encourages partners to track the distribution of prenatal multivitamins throughout the grant cycle, which ensures accurate reporting. A Distribution Register is available for those partners that might not have a tracking system in place. This is an optional tool that many partners find helpful for internal recordkeeping. Please note, for privacy reasons, we will never ask to collect this register, so partners can feel free to edit and use it as it best supports their programs.

Reporting - International Programs

Annual Reporting Form 

The Annual Reporting form tracks the distribution of the commodities provided by Vitamin Angels and must be completed in order to receive additional supplies. Please read the instructions carefully.

Reporting Tools

Vitamin Angels highly recommends you use available government record keeping tools and reporting forms to capture distribution of Vitamin Angels donated products. If those resources are not available to you, you can use the below reporting tools to assist you with your recordkeeping.

Monitoring

The following resources are intended to aid supervisors in monitoring service delivery and inventory management of commodities provided by Vitamin Angels. For more information, please contact the Monitoring and Evaluation Unit at [email protected]

Monitoring and Supervisory Checklist

This checklist allows partners to assess the availability of their organization’s supply, service provider training, service delivery performance, and product inventory conditions. Based on the checklist results, partners can take recommended actions to improve their program.

How to Use the Monitoring and Supervisory Checklist

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