Funding, Grants & Contracts
Request for Proposal for MinnesotaHelp Network™ Reporting and Database Management
The main objective of this RFP is to seek a proven contractor to work with the Central Minnesota on Aging and the state agency lead, the Minnesota Board on Aging, to ensure a quality service for Minnesotans. The best way to do this is to conduct ongoing real time reports to produce dashboards and conduct analysis of the data received to find trends, successes and areas for improvement.
Request for Proposal for a Qualified Contractor to Proivde MinnesotaHelp Network Technical Services - Extended
The Central Minnesota Council on Aging is seeking Proposals from qualified Responders to prepare and submit a proposal for ongoing maintenance of the MinnesotaHelp.info® web site (MHI), other related public websites, the designated client tracking tool and their architecture, for which the Central Minnesota Council on Aging (CMCOA) has lead responsibility representing the Minnesota Board on Aging (MBA).
Live Well at Home Grant (formerly known as CS/SD)
To develop and /or provide services for older Minnesotans to live in the community. Allow local communities to improve their capacity to develop, strengthen, integrate programs, Maintain home and community-based services for individuals' age 65 and older and at risk of long-term nursing home use and/or spending down into Medical Assistance.
Proposals may include strengthening services for the caregiver support network.
The Older Americans Act was signed into law on July 14, 1965. The original act created the Administration on Aging and authorized grants to states for community planning, services, research, and demonstration and training projects in the field of aging. Later amendments provided grants to area agencies on aging for local needs identification, planning and funding of services. The Act was reauthorized and amended in 2000, at which time the National Family Caregiver Support Program was established to support family, friends and neighbors caring for older person as well as for grandparents and other older relatives caring for children.
2017 Title III Providers
DHS Sustainability Curriculum (off site)
This three-part educational program will help you design a sustainability plan that works for you. These courses will encourage you to think broadly about nonprofit sustainability. The first course helps you assess your community’s needs and find ways to create sustaining relationships. The second course helps you identify your strategic position - or “niche” – and how your strengths fit with the community’s priorities. The last course provides tools to help you sustain yourself financially.