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Non-profit Core Mission applications are now being accepted.
Applications are accepted February 1 – April 6, 2018.
This initiative seeks proposals for programs that help people with serious mental illness and chemical addictions recover and lead productive lives in their communities. We fund programs focused on a continuum of care and provide intensive, person-centered, multidisciplinary services using evidence-based screening, assessment, diagnostic, treatment and/or prevention services.
The focus of this funding area is to:
Projects also may include programs to address the mental/chemical health needs of people with physical, intellectual, developmental disabilities and/or co-occurring disorders.
Individual grants may be awarded up to $50,000.
We require you to complete a budget for your grant project and upload it with your initial online application.
Applications for Behavioral Health grants are accepted until April 6, 2018. Organizations selected to move forward in the grant process will be notified by email.
NOTE: Grant applications will be accepted until 11:59 p.m. on the day of the deadline. Technical assistance will only be available until noon on the deadline date.
Key dates for grant applications and determinations
Applications accepted February 1 – May 11, 2018
This funding priority seeks proposals that focus on developing healthy families to foster optimal growth and development of young children. Physical and mental health have a major impact on a family’s ability to thrive. Programs should embrace the needs of the whole-child and may incorporate the health & well-being components of the two-generation approach that is central to supporting children and parents simultaneously.
Programming that meets criteria for this RFP includes:
Programming focuses on children ages birth through age 12 and may involve parents, caregivers, health care providers, schools, shelters, early childhood programs and the overall community.
Individual grants may be awarded up to $25,000.
Applications for Early Childhood Health grants are being accepted until May 11, 2018. Organizations selected to move forward in the grant process will be notified by email.
Applications accepted June 1 – August 24, 2018
This initiative provides grants to organizations in the regional and rural areas located outside of the Twin Cities metropolitan area. These grants provide critical support to small organizations, which strengthens regional and rural communities. Funding will support health-related programming that is core to the organization’s nonprofit mission.
Applicants for this funding area must be located in the regional and rural areas of the Medica service area in Minnesota, North Dakota, South Dakota and Wisconsin.
Minnesota applicants must be located outside of the 7-county metro area which includes Anoka, Carver, Dakota, Hennepin, Ramsey, Scott and Washington counties.
Individual grants may be awarded up to $5,000.
We require you to complete the following budget for your grant project and upload it with your initial online application.
For assistance creating a budget, Propel Nonprofits offers in-person and online training.
Non-profit Core Mission grant applications will be accepted June 1 – Aug. 24 2018.
P.O. Box 9310
Mail Route CW104
Minneapolis, MN 55440-9310
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