AmeriCorps Heading Home Corps: This will support AmeriCorps Heading Home Corps program. Heading Home Corps places Housing Resource Navigators (AmeriCorps member) at a service site to support individuals experiencing homelessness – navigating resources and supports to secure safe and stable housing.
Deadline: Application opens February 14, 2024
Build Wealth MN: Chosen family hosting is a promising approach to the host home model that aims to prevent youth homelessness. It involves partnering with community members, or hosts, who provide housing for a young person in their home.
Catholic Charities Homeless Elders Program: The Homeless Elders Program provides intensive case management to help low-income older adults without homes move into stable housing.
Chosen Family Youth Grants: This program provides grants to organizations that focus on education, youth development, family support, and disadvantaged youth.
Comprehensive Drug Overdose and Morbidity Prevention: As part of this new program, funding will support comprehensive drug overdose and morbidity prevention activities and supportive services for people experiencing homelessness.
Deadline: Organizations intending to submit a proposal are encouraged to email a Letter of Intent by 4:30 p.m. (CST), Friday, March 1, 2024.
Direct Veteran Assistance: This funding will support a grant with MACV to continue providing important prevention resources to Veterans who are at risk of homelessness.
Emergency Assistance for Postsecondary Students: This grant program for postsecondary institutions across Minnesota to allocate grant funds on a matching basis to schools with a demonstrable homeless population to provide financial resources to students experiencing severe financial hardships that may prevent them from continuing their post-secondary education.
HOME Investment Partnerships (HOME): The HOME Investment Partnerships Program (HOME) is a flexible federal grant program that allows Hennepin County to fund affordable housing activities to help meet the goals and priorities in the 2020–2024 Consolidated Plan in suburban Hennepin County cities.
Deadline: Due on Thursday, February 8, by 3:00 p.m.
Settled Micro Units: Settled is a team of committed and curious families and individuals. They have developed their research-based approach of breaking homelessness through close relationships with the chronically homeless and those who serve them.
Successful Re-Entry for Public Safety: The funding supports culturally specific re-entry programming for Native Americans. During the time of re-entry, stakes are high for a successful transition – not only for the individual leaving prison, but for their families, dependent children, and overall public safety.
Transformational Education for Productive and Safe Communities: This funding will ensure opportunities for robust, transformative educational programming for incarcerated individuals in Minnesota prisons.
Youth Homelessness System Improvement (YHSI) grants: Through this new funding opportunity, $50 million is being made available for grants that will focus on systemic change to either improve or create response systems for youth at risk of or experiencing homelessness.
Deadline: Feb 15, 2024 The application deadline is 11:59:59 PM