Grants & RFPs

What is a grant, and what does RFP stand for?

A grant is a way the government funds your ideas and projects to provide public services. Grants support critical recovery initiatives, innovative research, and a variety of other programs.

An RFP or RFA is a request for proposal or application. The City of Minneapolis occasionally posts Request for Proposal (RFP) for professional and other services on this website. The Request for Proposal process is coordinated by the department in need of the services.

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Request for Applications (RFA/RFI): Open for Applications 

COVID-19 Community Food Security Funding Application

The Minneapolis Health Department invites applications through a rapid response application process for COVID-19 community food security supports. $470,000 in CARES funds is available from the City of Minneapolis through this application process. Eligible groups or organizations provide emergency food relief, such as food shelves, food banks, food pop-ups or farmers markets distributing free food. 

Food Security Application Questions & Answers

2021-2025 Master Contract Eligible Providers RFP

The Health Department is currently seeking applications from providers in a number of service areas to be included on our 2021-2025 Master Contract list. This RFP generates a five-year list of pre-approved providers who will be able to enter into contracts with the department through an expedited administrative process. 

Master Contract Eligible Providers RFP Questions & Answers

School-Based Clinics - Pre-Packaged Point of Care Pharmaceutical RFA

Pre-Packaged Pharmaceutical RFA Questions & Answers

Safe Routes to Healthy Food RFA - Second Release

This is a new release of funding for the Safe Routes to Healthy Food program. This round of funding is aimed specifically at organizations working in and with African American Communities, East African communities and/or geographic areas affected by recent civil unrest. 

Safe Routes to Healthy Food - Question & Answer Document

2020 Neighborhood & Community-Specific Violence Prevention Fund RFA

Pre-Proposal Conference Questions and Answers

Q&A Addendum One

Q&A Addendum Two

School Based Clinic Program Revenue Cycle Management Billing & Consultation Services RFP:

           Pre-Proposal Conference Questions and Answers   

Accommodations

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Last updated Oct 26, 2020