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Hugh J. Andersen Foundation Grant

Grants to Minnesota and Wisconsin Nonprofits in Eligible
Regions for Children, Youth, and Community Development

GrantWatch ID#: 179822
Agency Type:

Foundation / Corporation

Services, Resources and Information (SRI) - Hugh J. Andersen Foundation

11/15/17 5:00 PM Receipt

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Grants to Minnesota and Wisconsin nonprofit organizations for programs that provide social support services and that serve children and youth, including personal development activities. Funding is also provided for health-related information and services, and educational opportunities and enrichment for the general community.

The Foundation will only consider the following types of programs and organizations if services are provided in the St. Croix Valley – Washington County in Minnesota and Pierce, Polk and St. Croix counties in Wisconsin:

- Special projects or programs in public schools
- Programs for individuals with developmental or physical disabilities
- Programs for seniors
- Public/civic projects and activities

Grants awarded only to qualified charitable organizations that are designated as tax exempt under Internal Revenue Service Code 501(c)(3) and are not classified as private foundations.

The Foundation’s primary geographic focus area is the St. Croix Valley: Washington County in Minnesota and Pierce, Polk and St. Croix Counties in Wisconsin. Programs in St. Paul, Minnesota unduplicated in the St. Croix Valley and utilized by St. Croix Valley residents may also be considered.

From time to time the Foundation may consider programs in other parts of the Twin Cities Metropolitan Area and Greater Minnesota. Please contact the Program Director prior to submitting a proposal to determine if the program might be of interest to the Foundation.

The Foundation does not make loans, and does not provide grants or scholarships to individuals. The Foundation also does not provide grants for lobbying activities, fundraising dinners and events, or travel.

In addition, the Foundation:
- Will generally not fund the entire project budget, but prefers to be part of an effort supported by a number of sources. Typically, Foundation funding is a small percentage of the project’s budget.
- Considers major endowment and capital requests for funding to be a low priority.
- Does not provide funding through fiscal agents.

The following types of organizations and programs are generally not considered for funding:
- Agencies/divisions/councils/programs that have counterparts in St. Paul or the St. Croix Valley
- Arts organizations exclusively focused on Music, Dance or Visual Arts
- Athletic teams
- Business/economics education
- Child care centers
- Civic action groups
- Debt reduction or after the fact situations
- Immigration/Refugee issues and programs
- Independent media productions
- Political/voter education
- Private or alternative schools
- Religious institutions.

Eligibility info:
https://www.srinc.biz/foundations/hugh-j-andersen-foundation/eligibililty/

Program and Geographic Focus:
https://www.srinc.biz/foundations/hugh-j-andersen-foundation/grant-seekers-2/

How to apply:
https://www.srinc.biz/foundations/hugh-j-andersen-foundation/request-instructions/

Letters of inquiry are generally recommended for organizations new to the Foundation or outside the St. Croix Valley. Organizations may choose to submit either a letter of inquiry or a full proposal.

Deadlines for submitting proposals or letters of inquiry are March 15, June 15, August 15, and November 15. Proposals or letters of inquiry must be received in the Foundation’s office (not postmarked) on or before the deadline date. Hand delivered applications must be received in the Foundation’s office by 5:00 p.m. on the day of the deadline. Faxed or e-mailed applications will not be considered.

Applicants will be notified within four weeks after the deadline if the proposal is to be considered by the Foundation’s Board of Directors. Final funding decisions will usually be mailed out within four weeks after the board meeting. The Board generally considers requests in June, September, December, and February.

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

Brad Kruse, Philanthropy Director
(651) 275-4489
hjafdn@srinc.biz

Please send or deliver completed proposal to:
Hugh J. Andersen Foundation
White Pine Building
342 Fifth Avenue North, Suite 200
Bayport, MN 55003-4502

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USA: Minnesota: Washington County and St. Paul;   Wisconsin: Pierce, Polk and St. Croix Counties

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