Pillsbury United Communities

Pillsbury United Communities

Minneapolis, MN

Organization grants

Amount
$10,000
Term
12 months

Technical Assistance to help transition the organization’s Finance, Human Resources and Information Technology services

Amount
$100,000
Term
37 months

To support a technical assistance pilot program to test and evaluate leadership development and human capital management capacity building to strengthen nonprofits.

Amount
$200,000
Term
19 months

To create North Market: building with, not for, to improve community health in North Minneapolis

Amount
$100,000
Term
22 months

In recognition of being selected to the 2015 Community Creativity Cohort

Amount
$400,000
Term
46 months
Program

Bush funding will be used for general operating support through the Regional Arts Development Program II (RADP II)

Amount
$100,000
Term
18 months
Program

Increased community engagement and development of a new Cultural Community Hub model through entry-period support as part of the Regional Arts Development Program II (RADP II). The co-directors will plan for the artistic development of Pillsbury House Theatre; to extend their artistic programming as a core part of Pillsbury House Neighborhood Center's services; and to assume management of all Center operations.

Amount
$40,000
Term
12 months
Program

To create a new marketing strategy for Mainstage productions of Pillsbury House Theatre

Amount
$50,500
Term
17 months
Program

To support initiatives to increase earned income

Amount
$18,000
Term
12 months
Program

To create a marketing business plan for the theater's "Breaking Ice" outreach program

Amount
$100,000
Term
25 months
Program

To support a program to provide technical assistance to emerging nonprofit organizations

Amount
$275,000
Term
14 months
Program

To renovate neighborhood centers that provide a variety of services

Amount
$110,000
Term
24 months
Program

To develop programs for refugees at the Brian Coyle Community Center

Amount
$90,000
Term
24 months
Program

Toward staff start-up costs of a community-based education center for inner-city adults

Amount
$100,000
Term
6 months
Program

For capital to build the Brian Coyle Community Center

Amount
$140,000
Term
5 months
Program

For renovation projects

Pillsbury United Communities Grants