Climate Action and Racial Equity Fund
This fund supports local action on climate change in diverse Minneapolis communities.
Offering grants for place-based, community-driven initiatives, projects, and organizations, this fund strives for a demonstrable reduction in local greenhouse gas emissions. How it works:
This fund aligns with the Minneapolis Climate Action Plan, and furthers the goals of the Minneapolis Strategic Racial Equity Plan.
This fund is a partnership between the City of Minneapolis, the Minneapolis Foundation, and the McKnight Foundation to drive hyper-local work.
Grantees engage local residents and organizations to increase their sense of ownership of climate solutions and strengthen social connections among individuals and networks.
Steps to apply
First, read through all of the grant requirements to see if you qualify. Eligible applicants are nonprofts 501 (c)(3), schools, churches, neighborhood organizations, business associations, or charitable/grassroots organizations with a fiscal agent.
Confirm your organization or project is working at the intersection of climate action and racial equity. Review the Minneapolis Climate Action Plan and the City of Minneapolis’s Strategic Racial Equity Action Plan for more details.
Apply through the Minneapolis Foundation’s GranteeView system. For questions, please contact Jo-Anne Stately at email@example.com.
Climate Action Grants Awarded to 13 Local Groups
The Minneapolis Climate Action and Racial Equity Fund awarded $310,000 in grants to 13 local organizations that are doing innovative work to take action on climate change.Read Story
2022 Climate Action Grants
This fund offers grants for initiatives and projects that contribute to a reduction in local greenhouse gas emissions and increase the livability and resiliency of local communities.Read Story
$300,000 in Grants Awarded for Hyper-Local Climate Action
The Minneapolis Climate Action and Racial Equity Fund announced grants to 10 local organizations that are doing innovative work to take action on climate change.Read Story