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A database of grants awarded since 2009, updated quarterly.
With this grant, Pillsbury United Communities is partnering with Hennepin County, Kresge's Health and Human Services, American Cities Practices, and Arts and Culture programs to design a placed-bas
This financial amendment will extend the planning grant period for Homewood Children's Village by six months and
Working with grassroots communities, policymakers and researchers, the Center for Earth, Energy and Democracy (CEED) conducts studies and provides community education on energy, environment and dev
This planning grant will enable Homewood Children’s Village (HCV) to support community engagement and implement policy changes that advance climate, health, and equity across three communities in P
This grant will support a partnership between the California State University, Northridge (CSUN) and the University of Pittsburgh to implement and evaluate the use of AdmitHub’s chatbot to improve
Community Reinvestment Fund, USA is a national nonprofit organization that provides capital to economically disadvantages areas through a network of lending partners, investors and contributo
This three-year grant provides project support to the City of Minneapolis for the Creative Citymaking initiative.
This grant supports Artspace Projects, the Minneapolis-based national arts developer, for the next phase of a field building project launched two years ago in Detroit.
This grant provides general operating support to The Mixed Blood Theatre Company for its Creative Placemaking activities in the Cedar Riverside neighborhood in Minneapolis.
The Institute on Metropolitan Opportunity at the University of Minnesota investigates the ways that laws, policies and practices affect development patterns in U.S.
The MetroLab Network, hosted at Carnegie Mellon University, is a group of more than 35 city-university partnerships focused on bringing data, analytics, and innovation to city government.
Project for Pride in Living Inc. is dedicated to empowering low-income people to become self-reliant through integrated services.
The national nonprofit organization provides capital to economically disadvantaged areas through a network of lending partners, investors and contributors.
This grant supports the Nonprofits Assistance Fund in the implementation of a loan fund that provides capital and a technical assistance program to twenty nonprofit organization
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