Minnesota Department of Agriculture (MDA) has another round of funding available for projects that will help farmers, producers and processors add value to their operations. A total of $500,000 in funding was made available.
An informational meeting about Americans with Disabilities Act Accessibility Improvement Grants for Lake Region Arts organizations will be held on Thursday, February 14 from 2 to 3 p.m. at Alexandria Area Arts Association in Alexandria.
The Minnesota Council on Foundations (MCF) reported today that Minnesota grantmakers forecast slightly higher giving in 2013. According to MCF’s 2013 Outlook Report, foundations and corporations believe their grantmaking will increase about two percent from 2012.
The Alexandria Area Community Foundation (AACF) recently announced that it awarded grants to 15 local nonprofit organizations in its annual grant round to support key community programs. AACF, an affiliate of the Central Minnesota Community Foundation, awarded more than $28,000.
The Alexandria Area Community Foundation (AACF) seeks to make one or two significant grants that will be the “difference maker” in bringing about a lasting, positive change in the Alexandria area community.
As students head back to school this year, new research by the Minnesota Council on Foundations (MCF) indicates that Minnesota grantmakers have increased giving to education, specifically toward K-12 needs.
The Otto Bremer Foundation, majority owner of Bremer Bank, awarded $27,500 to the Rainbow Rider Transit Board. The funds will be used to purchase IT dispatch equipment for integrated community transportation for Douglas, Pope, Stevens, Grant, Todd and Traverse counties.
The Otto Bremer Foundation, majority owner of Bremer Bank, awarded $35,000 to the city of Millerville. The funds will be used to support the renovations to the playground for the Millerville Community Club.
The Alexandria Area Community Foundation (AACF) plans to award $30,000 in grants to organizations that serve the residents of the Alexandria area and improve the quality of life in the region.
The deadline to submit grant applications is July 31.
The Bernick Family Foundation and the Central Minnesota Community Foundation (CMCF) announce that $150,000 will be available in the fifth annual round of Bernick’s community grants. Letters of inquiry will be accepted through September 1.
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