One Minneapolis Fund
The One Minneapolis Fund is designed to support the development of diverse leadership development and community engagement in the City of Minneapolis. Community or Cultural organizations should submit proposals for projects that develop leaders and engage communities. The organizations must be both:
- Grounded in cultural and/or community organizations and
- Actively working toward building an inclusive Minneapolis.
The name “One Minneapolis” is used for the fund as a challenge to create an inclusive community in which all people are valued, all communities are engaged, and leadership mirrors the great diversity of our city. The One Minneapolis Fund is facilitated by the Minneapolis Neighborhood and Community Engagement Commission (NCEC) and is funded by the General Fund of the City of Minneapolis budget.
Now seeking submissions for the 2014 One Minneapolis Fund RFP
A total of $80,000 is available from the One Minneapolis Fund in 2014. Community organizations may apply for up to $15,000 in funding for projects. To be eligible for funding from the program, an organization must be a non-governmental, non-profit organization serving residents of Minneapolis. In addition, the organization may not be a recipient of funding from the City’s Community Participation.
The Neighborhood and Community Relations Department will host a Pre-Proposal question and answer Session for prospective submitters on Thursday, March 13th at 3:00p.m. at the Crown Roller Mill, 2nd Floor, 105 5th Avenue South, Minneapolis, 55401.
Proposals are due by 4:00 PM on April 7, 2014. Any questions on the program should be submitted in writing to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Questions and Answers related to the One Minneapolis Fund RFP will be posted as they are received.
Last updated Mar 6, 2014