Each week, NP360 will offer live links to several new, prospective funding opportunities for Minnesota Nonprofit Organizations.  These opportunities are collected from a variety of different sources.  While NP360 provides information on how to find grant possibilities, NP360 does not in any manner guarantee receipt of funds as a result of submitting a proposal. Each NPO should look for good operational and program alignment before submitting any proposal for consideration.

 

National History Teacher of the Year: The Gilder Lehrman Institute of American History – $1,000 for classroom resources

Eagan Foundation – $1,000 or less for organizations that make Eagan a better place to live – Deadline January 24, 2014

Carolyn Foundation: $15-$25k  for NPO’s in the 5-state Upper Midwest Territory for providing quality environmental programs that address issues related to climate change.  Deadline – February 3, 2014

Carolyn Foundation: $10-$25k for Minneapolis NPO’s that are working to empower economically disadvantaged middle school youth and/or NPO’s that enhance the vitality of Minneapolis arts, civic, and cultural programs.  Deadline – February 3, 2014

Minnesota Power Company: Up to $5,000 (grants requests over $5,000 are reviewed quarterly by the Board of Directors) for organizations that focus on improving health and vitality of communities in their service areas.

IRRB (Iron Range Resources & Rehabilitation Board): Up to $10,000 for Minnesota cities, townships, mining companies, and joint powers boards to rehabilitate the areas devastated by mining activities. 

Minnesota Veteran’s 4 Veteran’s Trust: $2,500-$20,000 to Minnesota NPO’s that are working to help veterans integrate into society and lead healthier, independent lives. These grants are intended to support a broad range of employment, healthcare, educational, social/human services, recreational, and outreach programs for veterans, their families, and caregivers.

Digital Community Foundation: $500-$5,000 to NPO’s for assistance in building or updating their websites.