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First Children's Finance

8 grants from 1998-2019
Minneapolis
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 help communities thrive by increasing the availability, affordability and quality of childcare

$200,000
in
2016
Program
Community Innovation Grants
Term
25 months

To expand the Greater Than MN Project to North Dakota and additional rural Minnesota communities linking child care and rural economic development

$200,000
in
2013
Program
Community Innovation Grants
Term
26 months

Minneapolis, MN — "The >MN Project" will address rural child care issues by developing regional child care plans in partnership with rural communities, creating business tools to sustain local partnerships, and establishing advisory councils to support the implementation of the plans.

$160,000
in
2007
Term
25 months

Minneapolis, MN — To continue work on business infrastructure for quality and accessible early child care and education in the Dakotas

$160,000
in
2004
Term
25 months

Minneapolis, MN — To expand child care businesses in North Dakota and South Dakota through a model that integrates financing, business development, and investment strategies

$160,000
in
2001
Term
24 months

Minneapolis, MN — To expand business training and technical assistance to child care centers in greater Minnesota

$45,000
in
2000
Term
13 months

Minneapolis, MN — To administer a capital loan program for child care

$90,000
in
1998
Term
24 months

Minneapolis, MN — To help administer a fund to increase the supply of child care