Grotto Foundation Grant
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Grant amount: US $10,000 - US $100,000
Fields of work: Community/Public Safety Civic Leadership Development Civic Engagement & Education Economic Services & Development Career/College Preparation Vocational & Trade Education Youth Development & Leadership Tutoring & Mentoring Show all
Applicant type: Nonprofit
Funding uses: Training / Capacity Building, Capital Project, General Operating Expense, Education / Outreach, Project / Program
Location of project: Minnesota
Location of residency: MinnesotaView website Save
About this funder:
NOTE: The Foundation does not have a formal letter of inquiry (LOI) process, and we do not generally accept unsolicited proposals for funding. However, we do want to hear ideas for how to support community-led, asset based solutions to challenges in our communities. If you have a program that incorporates at least three of the four areas below, please share it with us.
Organizations will be contacted if they have been selected to apply, but otherwise there is no opportunity to present an unsolicited proposal.
Our Board makes grant funding decisions three times a year. Once invited, organizations will receive information on the grant process and timelines directly from the Foundation.
Grotto Foundation seeks to improve the educational, financial, physical and social well-being of individuals and families by investing in effective nonprofit organizations throughout the state of Minnesota.
We award grants to organizations that work in at least three out of the following four areas:
Programs that provide experiences and activities to help youth develop personal values systems and social, emotional, physical, and cognitive competencies in order to achieve one's full potential.
Any high-quality postsecondary credential or certification program that leads to workforce success as defined by individuals having the skills needed to secure living wage jobs with pathways to higher levels of pay, skill, responsibility or authority.
Community Safety & Neighborhood Development
Programs should incorporate community-led organizations, localized economic development, community leadership/leadership development and clear plans for sustainability.
You can learn more about this opportunity by visiting the funder's website.
- Grotto Foundation, Inc. approved $756,800 in grants to 30 nonprofits serving Minnesota and surrounding states during its most recent fiscal year.
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