Foundation / Corporation
Pohlad Family Foundation
Grants of up to $10,000 are available to Twin Cities area, Minnesota non-profits, that are dedicated to improving the quality of life in the area, to help increase the number of donors they have. Eligible organizations must have been in operation for at least 5 consecutive years and have annual budgets of between $350,000 and $2,000,000. All funds must be used to help strengthen the organization and enhance its sustainability.
Funds will be awarded as a match to donor funds and must be used for operating support only. Eligible individual contributions must be paid in 2014, not pledged.
Applications will be reviewed against the following criteria:
* Relationship of this challenge to the organization’s strategic goals;
* Access to sources of potential new donors;
* Creative approaches to reaching the challenge goal;
* Quality of organization leadership and extent of board engagement;
* Donors in proposed activities may not receive any benefit in exchange for their gift..
Traditional holiday/year end appeals and Give to the Max Day gifts
GrantWatch ID#: 140724
Up to $10,000
April 1 - October 17, 2014
Eligible organizations must:
-Be established and operating for at least five consecutive years;
-Be located and provide services in the nine-county Twin Cities area;
-Have no other current challenge grants to increase individual contributions;
-Have diversifying their individual donor base as a current goal/strategy;
-Have annual budgets between $350,000 and $2million are preferred.
Schools (traditional public, charter, private) are not eligible.
An organization may receive only one challenge grant from PFF in a three-year period.
Matches are calculated at a 1:1 ratio and capped at $500 per individual contribution.
Funds are available to match up to $500 in new contributions from new donors. A “new donor” is one who has not supported the organization in the prior three years (since 12/31/2010).
Applications will not be considered complete until your Organization Profile (accessible through the Foundation’s online portal) is updated and saved.
Before starting your grant application, please review the funding source's website listed below for updates/changes/addendums/conferences/LOIs.
For technical questions about the application process:
Phone: (612) 661-3910
For questions about the Challenge Grant program itself:
Terry Egge, Senior Program Office
Nine county Twin Cities area