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Comunidades Latinas Unidas En Servicio

10 grants from 1996-2019
Saint Paul
MN

Grants Received

$10,000
in
2019
Program
Bush Prize for Community Innovation
Term
12 months

In recognition of becoming a finalist for the 2019 Bush Prize for Community Innovation, this grant will advance the organization's charitable mission to connect Latino families to resources, skills, institutions and systems

$100,000
in
2018
Term
36 months

To be a leader and learner as a member of Community Creativity Cohort 2, a 3-year participant-led capacity building effort to support organizations led by and serving people of color and Indigenous people, rural communities, and smaller cities and towns

$20,000
in
2016
Program
Event Sponsorship
Term
5 months

Sponsorship of 2016 Latina Leadership Awards

$5,000
in
2015
Term
6 months

St. Paul, MN — Identify, recruit, engage and support a cohort of 15 leaders to attend bushCONNECT on May 4, 2015

$50,000
in
2008
Term
21 months

St. Paul, MN — To test an interagency referral system for Latino families

$100,000
in
2008
Term
13 months

St. Paul, MN — Reduce reliance on governmental funding for culturally competent behavioral health and human services to Latinos in Saint Paul by continuing two development and marketing manager positions

$375,000
in
2004
Term
25 months

St. Paul, MN — Toward a capital campaign to lease space in Minneapolis and to build a mixed-use facility on St. Paul's East Side

$90,000
in
2003
Term
25 months

St. Paul, MN — To add clinical and administrative staff, which will increase insured Latinos' access to linguistically appropriate and culturally competent mental and chemical health services

$135,000
in
1999
Term
24 months

St. Paul, MN — To expand efforts to help Chicano and Latino families obtain social services

$75,000
in
1996
Term
29 months

St. Paul, MN — To expand mental health and counseling services to Hispanic clients