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NLM Extramural Programs (EP) Rural Federal Funding Database | Rural Information Center. HRK : Home. Homepage | McKnight Foundation. The Jay & Rose Phillips Family Foundation » Practicing Entrepreneurial Philanthropy. Overview | Minneapolis Foundation. The Minneapolis Foundation is privileged to steward and invest gifts that have been entrusted to us throughout the past century.It’s our responsibility… and we take it very seriously. Our competitive grants program is strategic and responsive to the ever-changing needs of our community. We strive to increase social, racial, and economic equity with a goal of creating OneMinneapolis. The Foundation supports high-performing nonprofit organizations that primarily serve Minneapolis residents, and we look for innovative projects with systems-changing potential. We seek to support organizations capable of achieving significant impact in our community, as measured by the OneMinneapolis indicators outlined in our Strategic Framework.
Accordingly, we invest the majority of competitive grant resources in proven or promising organizations and initiatives that seek to deepen their impact or bring their work to scale and are significantly aligned with our vision in these three focus areas: Apply for a Building Community Capacity Grant - The Saint Paul Foundation. Data and our experience suggest that the following elements play key roles in community health and vitality: 1. Community Connectedness The Saint Paul Foundation believes communities are stronger when all people from all races and cultures have the opportunity to become engaged in the community in multiple ways. We support efforts that build community connectedness and the opportunity for equitable participation in arts and culture, civic dialogue and engagement, community problem solving, non-profit and philanthropic work, placemaking, and natural and built spaces where people live, work and play. 2. Economic Opportunity and Security The Saint Paul Foundation looks for ways to strengthen economic opportunity, security and equity for low-income individuals, families and the community through a variety of approaches with a focus on increased economic equity. 3. 4. 5.
The Saint Paul Foundation funds housing in two ways. 6. DSA Community Foundation. Grant Opportunities | Women's Foundation of Minnesota. We believe women and girls can break down local barriers to equality when given the resources to do so. We fund projects across Minnesota that: Redefine and reframe social issues.Change individual and/or community behavior.Build critical mass to engage more people in women’s social issues.Reform institutional policies and practices.Maintain earlier progress in the face of opposition.
We welcome proposals from statewide nonprofit organizations, American Indian Nations, and unincorporated* organizations. Meet our statewide grantee-partners:Social Change FundMN Girls Are Not For Sale FundgirlsBEST FundRipley Memorial Foundation (Donor Advised Fund) Explore our grantmaking funds:Social Change Fund >> No open grant round at this time.MN Girls Are Not For Sale >> No open grant round at this time.girlsBEST Fund >> No open grant round at this time.Ripley Memorial Foundation (Donor Advised Fund) >> No open grant round at this time. Healthy Communities 2016 | Blue Cross and Blue Shield of Minnesota Foundation. The Blue Cross Foundation announces a funding opportunity of up to a total of $700,000 to further health equity in communities across Minnesota.
Healthy Communities: Health Equity in Action provides grants ranging from $25,000 to $100,000 per year each, and applicants can apply for one- or two-year grants. With this funding opportunity, we invite eligible applicants to propose projects that advance one or more of our strategic aims: Equitable SystemsStable LivesSocial ConnectionsVibrant Communities You can find full descriptions of these strategic aims in the funding guidelines. They focus on the interconnectedness of people, institutions and systems that together can create a healthy community for all. In addition, eligible applicants must propose projects that address one or more of the social and economic factors that influence health: education, employment, income, family and social support, and community safety.
Proposals are due March 31, 2016 at 4 p.m. Learn More. Requests for Proposals | Blue Cross and Blue Shield of Minnesota Foundation. Funding Opportunity Open for Healthy Communities: Health Equity in Action The Foundation is accepting applications for a funding opportunity of up to a total of $700,000 to further health equity in communities across Minnesota. Healthy Communities: Health Equity in Action provides grants ranging from $25,000 to $100,000 per year each, and applicants can apply for one- or two-year grants. All funding opportunities are announced on this site and through the Foundation’s enewsletter. We encourage organizations to sign up for the newsletter to get the earliest notices of funding opportunities.
What We Fund Our 2015–2017 strategic plan moved us more toward focusing on community health outcomes — specifically, greater opportunity for everyone in communities to achieve their full health potential, leading to greater health equity across our state. Equitable Systems Social Connections Community members have increased connectedness, confidence, self-efficacy and opportunity to bring about change. Medtronic Foundation | Grants and Funding. Corporate Philanthropy | Community Relations | Travelers Insurance. Academic & Career Success, Thriving Neighborhoods, and Arts & Culture Travelers' philanthropy is focused on three main areas: academic & career success, thriving neighborhoods, and arts & culture. Travelers and the Travelers Foundation primarily support education initiatives in Travelers' key cities of Hartford, Conn., and St. Paul, Minn., and in other cities nationally. Travelers also supports select community development and arts & culture programs.
Employee Involvement At Travelers, we take pride in empowering our employees to have a positive impact by serving others. Grants & Guidelines To determine eligibility for funding, please read the complete Grantmaking Guidelines that apply to all charitable corporate and foundation contributions made by Travelers.
General Mills: A U.S. food company with global sales, we market brands that include Cheerios, Yoli, Pillsbury, Annie's, Betty Crocker, Häagen-Dazs, Yoplait and Cascadian Farm. Land O'Lakes Inc. - Company. “Talent is my top priority. I believe our value as leaders is best measured by the success of the people we have been able to help bring along in their own careers and achievements.” Beth is the group executive vice president and chief operating officer for Land O'Lakes, Inc., holding responsibility for the Purina Animal Nutrition and U.S.
Dairy Foods businesses. As well, Beth has accountability for all supply chain, operations, IT and R&D functions across the Land O'Lakes enterprise. In her 30 years in business, Beth has held senior and line leadership positions in seven companies in six different industry sectors including Energy (Mobil Oil), Consumer Packaged Goods (Pepsi/Pepsi Bottling Group), QSR (Perseco), Publishing (Scholastic and Hachette), Chemicals (International Flavors and Fragrances) and now Food Production and Agribusiness (Land O'Lakes). A native of Sioux City, Iowa, Beth earned an MBA from Columbia University Business School and a BBA from Iowa State University. Home - Minnesota Grantmakers Online. Site Search | Minnesota Council on Foundations. Foundations and Grantmakers. Foundations & Grantmakers Directory BACK TO HOME PAGE GATEWAY TO COMMUNITY FOUNDATIONS Click this link for community foundations. Scroll down from A to Z Adobe Systems Aetna Foundation American Express Applied Materials Ashland Inc.
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Top of Page Medina FoundationAndrew W. Microsoft/Giving Charles Stewart Mott Foundation. Tools & Resources for Philanthropy & the Social Sector | Foundation Center. Home | Minnesota Council of Nonprofits. Office of Grants Management: Grants Topics. How to use this website MN Grants provides links to a wide variety of competitive state grant opportunities. Use the top navigation bar to select a retrieval tool: Subject Area: provides browseable topic categories for grants opportunities. State Agency: displays the page/s on a state agency's website where the grants opportunities are posted.
MDH Grants. MN DHS Grants. Subscribe to Grants & RFP Email List (Amended) Request for Proposals (RFP) for a Qualified Grantee to Provide Health Care Services to Medical Assistance and MinnesotaCare Enrollees Under Alternative Payment Arrangements Through the Integrated Health Partnerships (IHP) Demonstration Deadline: August 24, 2015 at 4:00 PM Central Time Request for Information (RFI) is to identify and obtain information about potential project ideas for the use of Civil Money Penalty monies Deadline: October 5, 2015 at 4:00 PM Central Time Request for Proposal (RFP) for a Qualified Contractor to provide one or more of the services described in this document to individuals who are committed to the Commissioner of Human Services under Minnesota Statutes, section 253B.185 Deadline: September 30, 2018 at 4:00 PM Central Time Request for Proposals (RFP): for a Qualified Vendor(s) to Write Curricula and/or Provide Training for the Minnesota Child Welfare Training System Deadline: June 30, 2019 at 3:00 PM Central Time.
Grants Overview | U.S. Department of Education. Office of Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Prevention (OJJDP) Official Web site of the U.S. Health Resources & Services Administration. Home. Professional Services RFP - City of Minneapolis. Home > Finance & Property Services > Procurement The City of Minneapolis occasionally posts Request for Proposal (RFP) for professional and other services on this website. The Request for Proposal process is coordinated by the department in need of the services. Linked below are RFP that are currently open for proposals. Please review the RFP carefully before preparing proposals.
Documents below require the free Acrobat Reader. If you are using Firefox, you may have an issue opening the RFPs. Request for Proposals: Architectural & Engineering Services for Minneapolis Fire Department Fire Station No. 4 & 8 Renovations Addendum 1 - Pre-Submittal Conference Agenda, Questions and Answers, and Attendance Sheet Proposals Due by May 26, 2016 4:00PM Request for Proposals: Commissioning Services for East Side Storage & Maintenance Facility Request for Proposals: 2016 Housing Opportunities for People Living with HIV/AIDS (HOPWA) Addendum 1 - Application Form (Word) Addendum 2 - RFP Questions and Answers.