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July 12, 2018

Minneapolis Promise Zone Workmark

In this edition of Minneapolis Promise Zone Updates:

  • Recent Federal Grant and Partnership Opportunities 
  • About the Minneapolis Promise Zone

Recent Federal Grant and Partnership Opportunities

The following content is for informational purposes only. For additional details on the opportunities below, and to find additional opportunities, please visit

Promise Zone Preference Points

If a discretionary funding opportunity indicates Promise Zone (PZ) preference points are available, please visit for additional information on forms and contacts to request preference point certification from the City of Minneapolis Promise Zone. Please submit your preference point request at least two weeks prior to the application deadline for Promise Zone certification approval consideration. 

If a funding opportunity does not indicate PZ preference points, you are still encouraged to contact the Promise Zone Manager, Julianne Leerssen (612-225-7721), about potential partnership opportunities to strengthen your application.


HUD: US Department of Housing and Urban Development 

The purpose of HUD’s Housing Counseling Grant Program is to provide funds that shall be used for providing counseling and advice to tenants and homeowners, both current and prospective, with respect to property maintenance, financial management and literacy, and such other matters as may be appropriate to assist program clients in improving their housing conditions, meeting their financial needs, and fulfilling the responsibilities of tenancy or homeownership. Funding provided under this NOFA is intended to support HUD-approved housing counseling agencies to respond flexibly to the needs of residents and neighborhoods, and deliver a wide variety of housing counseling services to homebuyers, homeowners, renters, and the homeless. This NOFA plays an integral role in the continued stabilization of our nation’s housing market by helping individuals and families obtain housing and stay in their homes through responsible homeownership or affordable rental housing. Traditionally underserved populations, such as minorities, the elderly, veterans, persons with disabilities, persons with limited English proficiency and residents of rural areas, face unique housing and economic challenges. HUD’s Comprehensive Housing Counseling Grant Program funds housing agencies that provide expert, unbiased guidance and information to help families and individuals meet their housing needs and improve their financial situations. Moreover, HUD grant funding supports housing counseling agencies that act as an important safeguard in the prevention of housing scams and discrimination. These housing counseling agencies are able to act as an important gateway to local, state, federal and private housing assistance and resources.

The CoC Program (24 CFR part 578) is designed to promote a community-wide commitment to the goal of ending homelessness; to provide funding for efforts by nonprofit providers, States, and local governments to quickly re-house homeless individuals, families, persons fleeing domestic violence, and youth while minimizing the trauma and dislocation caused by homelessness; to promote access to and effective utilization of mainstream programs by homeless; and to optimize self-sufficiency among those experiencing homelessness. 


DOD: Department of Defense

Uniformed Services Univ. of the Health Sciences

Beginning in FY2015, Congress appropriated $1,000,000 for the WWSDP to fund a competitive grants program. This program continues in FY2018 under the authority of the Defense Health Program, Operations & Maintenance, therapeutic service dog training program. The Uniformed Services University of the Health Sciences (USU) is authorized by 10 U.S.C. 2113(g)(1)(A) to make grants to any nonprofit entity.

Historically, USU has solicited grant applications from nonprofit institutions committed to connecting service dogs with service members and veterans. USU obligated $1,000,000 in FY2015, $5,000,000 in FY2016, and $5,000,000 in FY2017 to carry out this program.

USU intends to award multiple, 12-month grants (subject to availability of funding) to eligible nonprofit organizations to continue this program in FY2018. 


NSF: National Science Foundation

The National Science Foundation (NSF) seeks to develop and nurture a national innovation ecosystem that builds upon fundamental research to guide the output to facilitate the application of scientific discoveries closer to the development of technologies, products and processes that benefit society. In order to maintain, strengthen and grow a national innovation ecosystem, NSF has established the Innovation Corps - National Innovation Network Teams Program (I-Corps Teams). The NSF I-Corps Teams Program purpose is to identify NSF-funded researchers who will receive additional support in the form of entrepreneurial education, mentoring and funding to accelerate innovation that can attract subsequent third-party funding. The purpose of the I-Corps Teams program is to identify NSF-funded researchers who will receive additional support in the form of entrepreneurial education, mentoring and funding to accelerate the translation of knowledge derived from fundamental research into emerging products and services that can attract subsequent third-party funding. The outcomes of I-Corps Teams projects will be threefold: 1) a clear go/no go decision based on an assessment of the viability of the overall business model, 2) substantial first-hand evidence for or against product-market fit, with a pithy definition of the customer segments and corresponding value propositions, and 3) a narrative of a compelling technology demonstration for potential partners. WEBINAR: A webinar will be held monthly to answer questions about this program. Details will be posted on the I-Corps website (see as they become available.


DOT: Department of Transportation

DOT/Federal Transit Administration

Summary: The purpose of the Bus and Bus Infrastructure Program is to assist in the financing of buses and bus facilities capital projects, including replacing, rehabilitating, purchasing or leasing buses or related equipment, and rehabilitating, purchasing, constructing or leasing bus-related facilities.


DOC: Department of Commerce

Economic Development Administration

Under this NOFO, EDA solicits applications from applicants in rural and urban areas to provide investments that support construction, non-construction, technical assistance, and revolving loan fund projects under EDA’s Public Works and EAA programs. Grants and cooperative agreements made under these programs are designed to leverage existing regional assets and support the implementation of economic development strategies that advance new ideas and creative approaches to advance economic prosperity in distressed communities. EDA provides strategic investments on a competitive- merit-basis to support economic development, foster job creation, and attract private investment in economically distressed areas of the United States.


DOC: Department of Commerce

National Institute of Standards and Technology

The Disaster Resilience (DR) Research Grants Program seeks applications from eligible applicants to conduct research aimed at advancing the principles of resilience in building design and building codes and standards.  Research proposals must support the overall effort of developing science-based building codes by evaluating potential technologies and architectural design criteria to improve disaster resilience in the built environment.  Research projects must be aligned with existing NIST Engineering Laboratory (EL) Disaster Resilience programs, as described in Section I. of this NOFO/Full Announcement, and any application that is non-research related (such as developing a product) will be disqualified.

DHS: Department of Homeland Security

Department of Homeland Security - FEMA

The National Urban Search and Rescue (US&R) Response System (the System) provides funding for 28 national task forces staffed and equipped to conduct around-the-clock search-and-rescue operations following earthquakes, tornadoes, floods, hurricanes, aircraft accidents, hazardous materials spills and catastrophic structure collapses. When deployed, these task forces support state and local emergency responders' efforts to locate survivors and manage recovery operations. This program supports Mission 5, Goal 5.1: "Enhance National Readiness", as provided in the Quadrennial Homeland Security Review. To provide for the sustainment and readiness of the System and their local jurisdictions, through the funding of: administration and management, training, equipment and storage and maintenance.


NEH: National Endowment for the Humanities

The Media Projects program supports documentary film, television, radio, and podcast projects that engage general audiences with humanities ideas in creative and appealing ways. All projects must be grounded in humanities scholarship in disciplines such as history, art history, film studies, literature, religious studies, philosophy, or anthropology. Projects must also demonstrate an approach that is thoughtful, balanced, and analytical. The approach to the subject matter must go beyond the mere presentation of factual information to explore its larger significance and stimulate reflection. NEH is a national funding agency, so the projects that we support must demonstrate the potential to attract a broad general audience. Film and television projects may be single programs or a series addressing significant figures, events, or ideas. Programs may be intended for regional or national distribution, via traditional carriage or online distribution. The Division of Public Programs welcomes projects that range in length from short-form to broadcast-length video. The Division of Public Programs encourages film and television projects that promote a deeper understanding of American history and culture and advance civics education. The Division of Public Programs also supports film and television projects that examine international themes and subjects in the humanities. Radio and podcast projects may involve single programs, limited series, or segments within an ongoing series. Programs receiving production grants may be either broadcast or disseminated online. They may be intended for national or regional distribution. NEH encourages projects that engage public audiences through multiple formats. Proposed projects might include supplementary components to a film, television, radio, or podcast project: for example, book/film discussion programs, supplemental educational websites, or museum exhibitions. Development grants ($40,000 to $75,000) enable media producers to collaborate with scholars to develop humanities content and to prepare programs for production. Awards should result in a script (for documentary film and television programs) or detailed treatment(s) (for radio programs and podcasts). They may also yield a detailed plan for outreach and public engagement in collaboration with a partner organization or organizations. Production grants (up to $650,000) support the production and distribution of documentary films, television programs, radio programs, and podcasts.

NEA: National Endowment for the Arts

This Cooperative Agreement will begin on or after January 1, 2019, and may extend for up to 12 months. Program Description The purpose of this program solicitation is to select an organization (Cooperator) to administer the Documentary Sustainability Project, a program of the National Endowment for the Arts (NEA) aimed at strengthening the documentary filmmaking field through knowledge exchange, cross-sector collaboration, and research. In 2017, the NEA hosted a one-day Documentary Sustainability Summit featuring filmmakers, producers, distributors, film festival representatives, funders, and other stakeholders to discuss the documentary filmmaking field. A State of the Field Report was subsequently published, which identified key issues and action items necessary to ensure the sustainability and future growth of the field.


USDOJ: Department of Justice

Community Oriented Policing Services

This solicitation is being announced as an open competition targeted at States, units of local government, or Indian tribes to improve security at schools and on school grounds in their jurisdictions through evidence-based school safety programs.  Funding is limited and this solicitation is expected to be very competitive.  Strong applications should demonstrate a comprehensive school safety strategy.  The goals for this program are to improve security at schools and on school grounds through: coordination with law enforcement, training for local law enforcement officers to prevent student violence against others and self, deterrent measures (metal detectors, locks, lighting, etc.), technology for expedited notification of local law enforcement during an emergency, or any other measure that the COPS Office Director determines may provide a significant improvement in security.   

OJJDP FY 2018 Gang Suppression Planning Grants Program is part of the Project Safe Neighborhoods (PSN) Suite of programs, which is focused on reducing violent crime. The PSN Suite comprises PSN, Strategies for Policing Innovation, Innovative Prosecution Solutions, Crime Gun Intelligence Centers, National Public Safety Partnerships, Technology Innovation for Public Safety, Encouraging Innovation: Field Initiated Programs; Innovations in Community-Based Crime Reduction, and Community Based Violence Prevention Demonstration. These initiatives will coordinate proactively with the PSN team in the district of the respective United States Attorney Office (USAO) to enhance collaboration and strengthen commitment to reducing violent crime. Applicants must demonstrate this coordination with their USAO district PSN team in their submission.

National Institute of Corrections

The overarching goal of the Evidence Based Decision Making (EBDM) initiative is to establish and test articulated linkages (information tools and protocols) between the decisions of local criminal justice stakeholders and the application of human and organizational change principles (evidence-based practices) in achieving measurable reductions in pretrial misconduct and post-conviction risk of reoffending.  The unique focus of the EBDM initiative is the review of locally developed criminal justice strategies that guide practice within existing statues and rules. The initiative intends to (1) improve the quality of information that jurisdictions use to make individual case decisions in local systems and (2) engage these systems as policymaking bodies to collectively improve the effectiveness and capacity of their decision making related to pretrial release/sentencing options. Local officials involved in the initiative include: judges, prosecutors, public defenders, police, human service providers, county executives, and administrators of jail, probation, and pretrial services agencies.

Bureau of Justice Assistance

The Justice Accountability Initiative (JAI) is a data-driven approach that can help state, local, and tribal criminal justice agencies analyze, understand, and address reducing recidivism and crime. The overall goal of JAI is to reduce crime by reducing the risk of recidivism, particularly violent recidivism. State and local agencies can accomplish this goal by creating and improving risk prediction tools , needs assessments and supervision plans, and building data-sharing and notification systems across criminal justice stakeholders. These strategies will also save in costs and improve operational efficiencies that can be reinvested in proven strategies to reduce crime and recidivism.

Bureau of Justice Assistance

To reduce recidivism and crime, BJA seeks to support innovative and comprehensive approaches to develop and implement improved, more scientifically rigorous, and automated risk prediction tools (based on a computer learning algorithm or comparable algorithm), needs assessments, and criminal justice capabilities to determine who may reoffend and to apply the appropriate supervisory supports for prevention (Category 1); and to build or improve integrated and data-sharing capacity and notification systems (e.g., between law enforcement agencies and corrections authorities) (Category 2).

Bureau of Justice Assistance

To further the Administration’s commitment to locally-driven public safety solutions and to being responsive to critical emerging issues, BJA is seeking applications for Supporting Innovation: Field-Initiated Programs to Improve Officer and Public Safety. BJA has created this program to launch a robust and creative grant funding stream for the field. Supporting Innovation invites applicants to develop and test solutions that will improve officer and public safety and save lives. Lessons learned from these projects can serve as models for the nation’s criminal justice system regarding reducing violent crime, including violent crime related to tribes and tribal members, and addressing the nation’s opioid epidemic.

Pursuant to 42 U.S.C.§ 5633(d), if a state fails to submit a plan or submits a plan that does not meet the requirements of the JJDP Act, the OJJDP Administrator shall endeavor to make the Formula Grants program fund allocation available to local public or private nonprofit agencies within the state. The NPS program funds local public or private agencies to carry out activities that support compliance with the requirements of 42 U.S.C.§ 5633(a)(11), (12), and (13): i.e. young people are not held in secure detention or confinement for status offenses; young people are not detained in adult jails and lock-ups; and young people are protected with sight and sound separation from adults.


DOD: Department of Defense

Uniformed Services Univ. of the Health Sciences

The Office of the Assistant Secretary of Defense for Health Affairs (OASD(HA)); Defense Health Agency (DHA), Research & Development Directorate (J-9); and the Uniformed Services University of the Health Sciences (USU) Center for Global Health Engagement’s (CGHE’s) Research Division employ a programmatic-focused research strategy for funding Global Health Engagement (GHE) research through the GHE Research Initiative (GHERI).

HHS: Department of Health and Human Services

CMS-Consumer Information & Insurance Oversight

When Exchanges were in their infancy, and public awareness and understanding of coverage options was low, the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) encouraged Navigators to cast a wide net and to provide intensive face-to-face assistance to consumers. The FFEs have been in operation since 2013 for the 2014 open enrollment period, and the public is more aware of the options for private coverage available through them. Certified application counselors, direct enrollment partners, and Exchange-registered agents and brokers serve as additional resources to consumers. It is appropriate to scale down the Navigator program to reflect the enhanced public awareness of health coverage through the Exchanges.

Health Resources and Services Administration

This notice solicits applications for the Health Center Program’s Service Area Competition (SAC). The Health Center Program supports public and private nonprofit community-based and patient-directed organizations that provide primary health care services to the Nation’s medically underserved populations. The purpose of the SAC NOFO is to ensure continued access to affordable, quality primary health care services for communities and vulnerable populations currently served by the Health Center Program. This NOFO details the SAC eligibility requirements, review criteria, and awarding factors for organizations seeking funding for operational support to provide primary health care services to an announced service area. For the purposes of this document, the term "health center" encompasses Health Center Program award recipients funded under the following subsections: Community Health Center (CHC – section 330(e)), Migrant Health Center (MHC – section 330(g)), Health Care for the Homeless (HCH – section 330(h)), and/or Public Housing Primary Care (PHPC – section 330(i)).

National Institutes of Health

The purpose of this FOA is to call for U24 cooperative agreement applications that will request funding to further develop and sustain up to three H3Africa Biorepositories, building upon existing infrastructure. The H3Africa Biorepositories will continue to have the responsibility of maintaining state of the art methods and technologies for DNA collection, processing, quality control, handling, management, and storage and of providing support services needed for bio-specimen collection and dissemination in Africa. They may also propose collection and handling of specimen types including but not limited to PBMCs, plasma, serum etc. Biorepositories will coordinate closely with H3Africa research projects and the H3Africa Bioinformatics network (H3ABioNet) to ensure responsible stewardship of high quality biological specimens linked to well-curated phenotypic and genomic data.

Centers for Disease Control - NCEH

Overview An estimated 535,000 children in the United States have blood lead levels (BLLs) at or above the reference value for blood lead established by CDC in 2012 (5 µg/dL). Of these, 150,000 children’s levels are ≥10µg/dL. These children are at grave risk for the intellectual, behavioral, and academic deficits caused by lead. The primary source of lead exposure for children is their homes; some 38 million homes in the United States have lead-based paint hazards that can result in childhood lead poisoning. Low-income and minority children bear a disproportionate burden of this condition caused by unhealthy housing. In addition, some areas of the United States report that as many as 35% of children identified with high BLLs are exposed to lead via sources other than lead-based paint in their homes (e.g., such as items decorated or made with lead and drinking water). Public health action is needed to support activities to reduce childhood lead poisoning and to better understand the impact of blood lead levels in children. b. Statutory Authorities This program is authorized under Sections 317(k)(2) and 317(A) of the Public Health Service Act, (42 U.S.C. Sections 247b(k)(2) and 247b-3(b)), as amended. c. Healthy People 2020 The National Center for Environmental Health (NCEH) of CDC within HHS is committed to achieving the health promotion and disease prevention objectives of “Healthy People 2020” found at This NOFO is committed to the Healthy People 2020 lead-related goals of reducing: (1) blood lead levels above CDC’s current reference level, and (2) mean blood lead levels in young children, as well as disparities in blood lead levels based on race, ethnicity and gender as public health concerns.

National Institutes of Health

This funding opportunity announcement (FOA) invites applications for the next 5-year cycle of the National Health and Aging Trends Study (NHATS), the leading nationally representative, longitudinal, data resource in the US for research on trends, dynamics, and disparities in late-life disability, and for studies of the social and economic consequences of late-life disability for individuals, families and society, including caregiving and end-of-life issues. NHATS has conducted seven annual rounds of data collection to date (an eighth round is in process) and is linked to the separately-funded National Study of Caregiving (NSOC). The goals of the next cycle are to 1) Continue the current structure and design elements of NHATS; 2) Permit studies of long-term trends in disability prevalence; 3) Enrich measurement of cognitive capacity; 4) Enhance measurement of physical activity and sedentary behavior; 5) Continue linkages with administrative records; and 6) Augment data dissemination and user support.

National Institutes of Health

This Funding Opportunity Announcement (FOA) seeks to stimulate research on mid-life adults (those 50 to 64 years of age) that can inform efforts to optimize health and wellness as individuals age and prevent illness and disability in later years.

National Institutes of Health

The purpose of this Notice is to announce the NCI's intention to issue a Request for Applications (RFA) for research designed to optimize smoking cessation treatment among people living with HIV (PLWH) in the United States (U.S.). The goal of this RFA is to provide support for studies that employ rigorous designs that seek to systematically test existing evidence-based tobacco cessation interventions (e.g., combination of behavioral and pharmacological) and/or to develop and test adaptations of evidence-based tobacco cessation interventions for this population.  The long-term goal is to reduce cigarette smoking rates among PLWH, and thus tobacco-related health disparities in this population. This Notice is being provided to allow potential applicants sufficient time to develop meaningful collaborations and responsive projects. The funding opportunity is expected to be published in the Summer of 2018 with expected application receipt date in Winter of 2018. This funding opportunity will utilize the R01 Research Project Grant mechanism, and is suitable for projects where proof-of-principle of the proposed methodology has already been established and supportive preliminary data are available.  This Notice runs in parallel with a Notice of identical scientific scope, NOT - [KA([1] - CA-18-079, which uses the Exploratory/Developmental Grant (R21) mechanism.  

National Institutes of Health

This funding opportunity announcement (FOA) encourages Exploratory/Developmental Phased Innovation (R21/R33) grant applications to support research and/or infrastructure needs in emerging scientific areas leading to more accessible and affordable hearing health care for adults with mild to moderate hearing loss. The proposed research aims should be milestone-driven and lead to better hearing healthcare, targeting enhanced access and affordability, in an effort to improve outcomes for adults with hearing loss. The total project period for an application submitted in response to this FOA may not exceed five years. This FOA provides support for up to two years (R21 phase) for preliminary/developmental studies, followed by possible transition of up to four years of expanded research and development support (R33). This FOA requires measurable R21 milestones.

National Institutes of Health

This NIMH Research Career Enhancement Award (K18) program invites applications from experienced investigators seeking to redirect or expand their research programs through the acquisition of new skills and knowledge in areas beyond and complementary to their current areas of expertise. The program will support research training and career development experiences and a small-scale research project that will provide experienced investigators with the scientific competencies required to conduct research relevant to services for adults and transition-age youth with Autism Spectrum Disorders. Eligible candidates are independent investigators at any faculty rank or level. This Funding Opportunity Announcement (FOA) is designed specifically for applicants proposing to serve as the lead investigator of an independent clinical trial, a clinical trial feasibility study, or a separate ancillary study to an existing trial, as part of their research and career development. Applicants not planning an independent clinical trial, or proposing to gain research experience in a clinical trial led by another investigator, must apply to companion FOA (FOA #).

National Institutes of Health

The National Heart, Lung and Blood Institute (NHLBI) intends to publish a new Funding Opportunity Announcement (FOA) to invite applications that propose to test strategies for delivering proven-effective, evidence-based, community-level interventions for reducing or eliminating cardiovascular and/or pulmonary health disparities, and that promote and improve population health in high-burden communities.   In the face of persistent and often widening disparities in cardiovascular and pulmonary health, disease, and risk factors, a large number of proven-effective interventions that can improve health outcomes exists.  This initiative will seek applications that propose to utilize these known interventions to determine optimal and sustainable delivery strategies that provide generalizable knowledge for reducing or eliminating disparities in cardiovascular and pulmonary health, disease, and risk factors in high burden communities across the U.S.  The NHLBI is interested in applications that will address questions relevant to the NHLBI mission and align with the Institute's Strategic Vision ( ). This Notice is being provided to allow potential applicants sufficient time to develop meaningful collaborations and responsive projects. The FOA is expected to be published in Fall 2018 with an expected application due date in Winter 2019. This FOA will utilize the UG3/UH3 activity code, a bi-phasic, milestone-driven cooperative agreement.  The NHLBI also intends to support a Data Coordinating Center to provide support and coordination for the awardees funded through the UG3/UH3 FOA to provide organizational infrastructure for collaboration, facilitate data harmonization and standardization, optimize data sharing, and facilitate implementation science innovation and skills building across awardees.  Details of the planned FOA are provided below.

National Institutes of Health

The purpose of this funding opportunity announcement is to support studies on electronic nicotine delivery systems (ENDS) that examine population-based, clinical and applied prevention of disease, including etiology of use, epidemiology of use, potential risks, benefits and impacts on other tobacco use behavior among different populations.

Office of the National Coordinator

Through the proliferation of new methods and advanced solution that are scalable across the health care industry, this funding opportunity will address well-documented and fast emerging challenges which inhibit the development, use, and/or advancement of well-designed, interoperable health IT. New approaches are expected to further a new generation of health IT development and inform the implementation and refinement of standards, methods, and techniques for overcoming major barriers and challenges in an innovative fashion as they are identified. It is critical that the field of health care innovate and leverage the latest technological advancements and breakthroughs far quicker than it currently does to optimize real-time solutions, especially in areas which are ripe for acceleration. This funding opportunity is specifically interested in innovative solutions and breakthrough advances in the following areas of interest: Expanding the scope, scale, and utility of population-level data-focused APIs; and Advancing clinical knowledge at the point of care.


ED: Department of Education

Purpose of Program: The SFEC program is authorized under title IV, part E of the Elementary and Secondary Education Act of 1965, as amended (ESEA). The purpose of the SFEC program is to provide financial support to organizations that provide technical assistance and training to State educational agencies (SEAs) and local educational agencies (LEAs) in the implementation and enhancement of systemic and effective family engagement policies, programs, and activities that lead to improvements in student development and academic achievement. The Secretary is authorized to award grants to statewide organizations (or consortia of such organizations) in partnership with an SEA to establish SFECs that (1) carry out parent education and family engagement in education programs, and (2) provide comprehensive training and technical assistance to SEAs, LEAs, schools identified by SEAs and LEAs, organizations that support family-school partnerships, and other such programs.

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About the Minneapolis Promise Zone

Promise Zones are federally designated, high poverty communities where the federal government partners with local leaders to increase economic activity, improve educational opportunities, and leverage private investment. The Minneapolis Promise Zone (MPZ) plan is a comprehensive, community-driven revitalization strategy that builds on and aligns numerous initiatives to address the persistent unemployment, crime, housing blight, and poor educational outcomes that affect that area.

Contact information: Juli Leerssen, (612) 225-7721

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