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Frey Foundation of Minnesota Grant - Supportive Affordable Housing

Grants to Minnesota Nonprofits and Agencies
for Housing and Support Programs for Families

GrantWatch ID#: 176695
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Frey Foundation of Minnesota



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Grants to Minnesota nonprofits and public agencies in the Twin Cities metropolitan region for housing programs for families, paired with supportive services, that encourage recipients to exhibit long-term self-sufficiency. Letters of intent are due December 15, 2016.

The end of the grant period is generally 12 months from the receipt of the award letter and grant check.

All organizations must be either private, non-profit, tax-exempt organizations with 501(c)3 status or public entities qualifying under Section 170(c) of the Internal Revenue Code.

Grants are made primarily in the Twin Cities metropolitan area of Minnesota, and in other regions when connected to individual interest areas of family members.

The Foundation will give priority to those programs that utilize volunteers and other contributed dollars for support.

To qualify for a grant from Frey Foundation for a Supportive Affordable Housing program, you must meet ALL of the following criteria:

1. 501(c)3 agencies located within the seven-county Twin Cities metropolitan region.

2. Established agencies that have demonstrated effective management, financial stability, quality programming and effective board leadership on a sustained basis.

3. Agencies that currently demonstrate positive outcomes for families including improved health, stability, employment and self-sufficiency.

4. Agencies that submit a clear plan that describes the proposed service expansion or enhancement, including: detailed description of supportive services; professional expertise of staff; who and how many families will benefit; how the lives of clients and families will be enhanced as a result of these activities.

5. Agencies with a strong evaluation component.

Agencies will NOT be considered if:

1. Affordable housing is provided but focus is not primarily on supportive housing services.

2. Shelter for homeless is provided but focus is not on supportive services that lead to greater long-term self-sufficiency.

3. Capital funding is requested without a significant portion of plan focused on enhancing or expanding supportive services.

LOIs are due by e-mail by December 15th, 2016. Applications are due February 15th. The Supportive Affordable Housing meeting is in June of each year.

Before starting your grant application, please review the funding source's website listed below for updates/changes/addendums/conferences/LOIs.
(612) 359-6215

Frey Foundation
5000 Wells Fargo Center
90 South Seventh Street
Minneapolis, MN 55402

Grants are made primarily in the Twin Cities metropolitan area of Minnesota, and in other regions when connected to individual interest areas of family members.

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