Foundation / Corporation
Minnesota Council on Foundations and Saint Paul and Minnesota Foundation
05/22/20 5:00 PM
Grants to Minnesota community foundations, tribal nations, collaboratives, and technical assistance providers to support Coronavirus (COVID-19) relief and recovery efforts. Grant recipients will disburse funds and provide in-kind assistance to strengthen and support local nonprofits in the wake of the Coronavirus pandemic. The MDRF allocates grants through community intermediaries because they have a deep understanding of the needs in their communities and the relationships to distribute resources quickly and effectively to a wide range of nonprofit organizations.
The Minnesota Disaster Recovery Fund (MDRF) was created to support community recovery needs as a result of the coronavirus pandemic. Grants are intended to support the recovery and resilience of Minnesota's nonprofit sector. The MDRF will provide grants to community intermediaries. Community intermediaries will regrant the funds as general operating support to nonprofit organizations and/or provide technical assistance to nonprofit organizations in Minnesota. Eligible community intermediaries will support multiple nonprofit organizations and have a history and proven capacity to serve in this role. Eligible technical assistance providers will deliver services to nonprofits in areas such as financial management, legal assistance, fundraising, language translation, navigating public programs, and nonprofit management.
The following criteria will be considered when reviewing the proposals:
Advisory Committee members will also consider the total mix of grantees to ensure that resources support a vibrant and equitable nonprofit sector throughout every region of the state.
GrantWatch ID#: 189702
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