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Minnesota Veterans 4 Veterans Trust Grants

The Minnesota Veterans 4 Veterans Trust - June 6, 2013

The Minnesota Veterans 4 Veterans Trust awards grants for employment, healthcare, education, social/human services, recreational, and outreach programs for veterans, their families and caregivers. The Trust distributes 12 grants per year with an average value ranging from $2,500 to $20,000.

Eligible Organizations

Applicant must be a public charity, organized under IRC Sec. 501 (c) (3), and qualified under IRC sec. 170 (b)(1)(a), or an organization for which contributions are tax deductible, which includes veterans organizations. In addition:

  • The applicant must provide services for Minnesota residents and/or Minnesota residents being treated by the following medical facilities: Fargo, North Dakota, Sioux Falls, South Dakota, Tomah, Wisconsin, VA medical centers.
  • The applicant must be endorsed by one of the 4 veterans’ service organizations that manage the trust, i.e. American Legion, Disabled American Veterans, Military Order of the Purple Heart, and Veterans of Foreign Wars.

Applications are accepted year-round. The board meets on a monthly basis, and there are no specific application deadlines.

Closing Dates

Applications Accepted Year-Round

More Information

More Grants From The Minnesota Veterans 4 Veterans Trust

    There are no more active grants from this agency.

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