Apply for a Proof Alliance grant

The Proof Alliance grant program was developed to build the capacity of communities to prevent prenatal alcohol exposure and to improve the quality of life for those living with an FASD.

Available Grants

Each year, Proof Alliance awards more than $1 million in grants to organizations throughout Minnesota to address fetal alcohol spectrum disorders (FASD) prevention, intervention, and support at the community level. If you have questions regarding Proof Alliance grants, please contact Sarah Brown at sarah.brown@proofalliance.org

If you are a current grantee, you can access the Grantee Toolkit here.

 

Proof Alliance FASD Support Grant (East Metro)

Through the generous sponsorship of the Saint Paul Foundation’s William and Connie Carroll Endowment Fund, we are pleased to open the application process for the Proof Alliance FASD Support Grant.  The grant is currently restricted to serving families residing in the Twin Cities East Metro. The mission of the grant is to provide opportunities to families in Dakota, Ramsey, or Washington Counties caring for an individual known or suspected to be on the FASD spectrum, who need financial assistance for unmet needs, to reduce caregiver stress and improve the quality of life for the family.

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Family-Centered Long-Term Recovery Supports

This grant is awarded to organizations that provide community-based long-term recovery supportive services for women that are pregnant or parenting with histories of alcohol-use disorders and substance use disorders in order to reduce the incidence rates of fetal alcohol spectrum disorders (FASD) and other drug-related effects in children in Minnesota.

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College Ambassador Program

The Proof Alliance College Ambassador Program offers colleges and universities in Minnesota up to $2,500 to host events on campus that are focused on preventing prenatal alcohol exposure. These events educate students on the importance of preconception health and planned pregnancies, increase awareness of the risks associated with drinking alcohol during pregnancy, and encourage safe alcohol choices and alcohol-free pregnancies.

Current grant recipients include: Bemidji State University, Central Lakes College, Hennepin Technical College, Inver Hills Community College, Ridgewater College, and St. Cloud State University.

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