Notice of Funding Opportunity – RFP Coming Soon

The MOFAS grant program invests $500,000+ throughout Minnesota to address Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorders (FASD) prevention, intervention and support at the community level through grants.

MOFAS intends to release multiple requests for proposals in July for the following priority areas:

  • Increasing Access to Employment for Individuals with an FASD
  • Making an Impact on FASD in American Indian Communities
  • School Law Education Project & Legal Services
  • Design for FASD

Specific submission requirements will be detailed in the RFP. Preproposal conferences will be made available online and providers will have approximately 6 weeks to submit proposals. If you would like to receive a notice when the RFP is posted, please contact Kendra Gludt at kendra@mofas.org for questions about upcoming grant opportunities.

This grant program is made possible by support from the Minnesota Department of Health. The request for proposal process and any potential grants are subject to funding availability.  There is no guarantee of funding amounts or contract awards.

For questions contact Kendra Gludt at kendra@mofas.org or 651-917-2370.

Notice of funding opportunity RFP coming soon

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