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Grant Opportunities

The State of Minnesota, in partnership with Minnesota Census Mobilization Partnership, Minnesota Council on Foundations, and The Minneapolis Foundation is administering state-funded grants to support Minnesota’s Complete Count Committees, working to achieve a complete and accurate count of Minnesota residents during the 2020 Census.

Grant Opportunities Administrator Eligibility Deadline Registration Link
Mini-Grants of $750 Minneapolis Foundation Cities, counties, tribal governments, school districts, colleges and universities, and 501(c)(3) nonprofits that form a 2020 Census Complete Count Committee. Individuals who organize a CCC and have a fiscal agent are also eligible. Please visit the website for additional eligibility criteria. CCCs are encouraged to apply by March 12th Minneapolis Foundation Website
Higher Education: Mini-Grants of $750 with $250 of census promotional materials Minneapolis Foundation Minnesota colleges or universities that have applied to create a Complete Count Committee for their campus are eligible to receive $250 for campus promotional materials in addition to $750 to support education and mobilization efforts both on and off campus. CCCs are encouraged to apply by March 12th Minneapolis Foundation Website
"Second Round" Grants of up to $5,000 Minneapolis Foundation Census grant recipients from the following grant programs will be eligible to apply for a second round of funding: a) $750 census mini-grants and $750 higher education mini-grants (described above), b) $5,000 grant through the Minnesota Council on Foundations, MN Census Mobilization Project’s Tribal Hub and Our Minnesota Census Campaign and Tribal hubs, or c) $5,000 grant through the Minnesota Council on Foundation's Tribal Complete Count Committee Program. Application period is February 27th to March 12th (deadline) Minneapolis Foundation Website

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