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Grants to Minnesota Nonprofits, Educational Institutions, and Neighborhood and Community-Based Groups to Serve the Needs of Local Residents

Community Grant


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Geographic Focus
USA: Minnesota: “St. Anthony Park,” which includes the St. Anthony Park District 12 Community Council boundaries, the University Grove area, 1666 Coffman, the Fulham block of Lauderdale and the St. Paul Campus of the University of Minnesota.

Important Dates
Deadline: 04/21/23 11:59 PM - Central Time Save

Grant Description
Grants of up to $5,000 to Minnesota nonprofit organizations, educational institutions, and neighborhood and community-based groups to serve the needs of residents in eligible locations. Priority areas include the following: learning opportunities, aging-in-place and livability resources, business vitality, the environment, and the arts. Eligible applicants must serve residents in the St. Anthony Park area.

The Saint Anthony Park Community Foundation Request for Proposal for 2023 Community Grant:

Grants support the funding source's ongoing commitment to improving the environment, strengthening learning opportunities, enhancing livability and aging-in-place resources, stimulating business vitality, and appreciation of the arts and music. 

In supporting these aspects of local society, the Community Foundation looks forward to partnering with your organization to make Saint Anthony Park a more resilient and healthy community. 

What will be funded

In keeping with its mission “to nurture the unique community assets of Saint Anthony Park to secure a strong, vibrant, and inclusive neighborhood for future generations,” the Foundation has identified the following priority areas for the grant program:

  • Improving our environment
  • Strengthening learning opportunities for all ages
  • Enhancing liveability
  • Supporting aging-in-place solutions
  • Promoting business vitality
  • Cultivating life-long appreciation for the arts and/or music
  • Promoting equity, inclusion, increased community participation, and social justice

The Foundation will accept project or general operations support grants in alignment with its mission and above priorities. Proposals should address at least one of the priority areas.

*Applications that demonstrate collaboration among organizations and/or that address multiple priority areas are strongly encouraged.


  • Others (see text field entitled "Additional Eligibility Criteria" for clarification)

Additional Eligibility Criteria
Not-for-profit organizations, neighborhood and community-based groups, and educational institutions (pre-K thru 12) serving the needs of Saint Anthony Park are eligible for funding.

The Foundation does not consider grants to organizations which discriminate based on race, creed, or gender. Additionally, no grants will be awarded to an organization whose primary purpose is to influence legislation or to participate in a political campaign.

The following will not be funded:
- Projects that support political propaganda, or otherwise to attempt to influence legislation.
- Projects that aim to influence the outcome of any specific public election, or to carry on, directly or indirectly, any voter registration drive, with certain very limited exceptions.
- Individual travel, study, or other similar purposes, unless certain requirements are satisfied, including the obtaining of advance approval from the IRS.

Pre-Application Information
Application due to SAP Community Foundation: April 21, 2023 (11:59 PM – Central Time)

Payment: June 15, 2023

Estimated Size of Grant
Grants to range from $1,000-2,000 per application.

Contact Information
Apply with the SAP Community Foundation Community Grant Request for Submission Criteria and Application:

You will receive an email confirmation of your completed submission.

If you have trouble submitting your application, please contact Julie Drechsler, Executive Director at

Saint Anthony Park Community Foundation
PO Box 8038, Saint Paul, MN 55018
(612) 961-7933

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