Grants and Funding Opportunities
Did you know that MNRAAA currently has three Request for Proposals to assist older adults and/or their caregivers during these trying times?
Mini-Grant – Title III-D
This grant allows an organization to host evidenced based health promotion classes to older adults and/or caregivers. Programs include Matter of Balance, Chronic Disease Self-Management Program or Diabetes Self-Management Program, to name a few. If your organization is interested in this $5,000 grant, please contact MNRAAA staff.
Coronavirus Aid, Relief and Economic Security (CARES) Act Grant
MNRAAA is focusing the CARES grant on providing Supportive Services and/or Caregiver Services.
Supportive Services are defined as: Chore, Homemaker, Technology, Transportation, Assisted Transportation, Visiting, Telephone Reassurance, Special Access, Education/Training and Outreach.
Caregiver Services are defined as; Respite, Caregiver Counseling – Individual, Caregiver Counseling – Support Groups, Supplemental Services-Technology and Information Services.
MNRAAA will make awards in amounts of up to $25,000. Funds will be accepted on an on-going basis through December 31, 2020 or until all available funds have been expended, whichever comes first. Awarded funds must be expended and project activities completed by September 30, 2021.
Enhanced Home Care
MNRAAA is pleased to announce a new funding opportunity to address the service needs of older adults due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Services must meet requirements outlined in the Request for Grant Applications for Enhanced Home Care. This funding is for organizations that can provide Chore and/or Homemaker services.
MNRAAA will be accepting application on an on-going basis through November 30, 2020 or until all available funds have been expended, whichever comes first. Awarded funds must be expended and project activities completed by December 31, 2020.
For more information or to apply for these grants please visit mnraaa.org/grants-management/#toggle-id-1, contact Joyce Prahm at email@example.com, 507.387.1256, ext. 108 or Rhonda Hiller Fjeldberg at firstname.lastname@example.org, 507.387.1256, ext. 105.