The Suburban Ramsey Emergency Coalition was created to aid those in need in our communities as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic.  Our primary way of doing this is by raising funds and distributing them to non-profit direct service providers who are filling those needs.  The criteria and process through which these funds will be granted is outlined here.

 Eligibility Your organization must meet the following criteria: 

  • serve those within the Mounds View (ISD's 621) or Roseville (ISD 623) School Districts

  • serve one or more of the following communities: Mounds View; New Brighton; Arden Hills; Shoreview; Roseville; Falcon Heights; Lauderdale; Little Canada.

  • serve one of our funding priorities

  • be a 501(c)(3) organization or a unit of government


The Process

Letter of Intent

  • Submit a one page Letter of Intent.  See Word docx for instructions.

Approval to submit full Proposal for Funding

  • Coalition Grants Committee reviews L.O.I. and notifies applicant of decision

Grant Application

Grant Review Process and Time Frame

  • Applications will be accepted on a continuing basis throughout the pandemic

  • Applicants will be notified of approval or denial of funding within two weeks

Recipient Responsibilities

  • Track and report use of funds

  • Submit narrative report upon expenditure of funding

  • Provide release to allow public disclosure of information regarding grant, who is served, and stories and photos about those served, as allowed by end-use recipient





to Apply

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