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How to Apply for Funding
THE DEADLINE TO INITIATE A GRANT APPLICATION FOR 2019 IS NOVEMBER 28, 2018. FOR INFORMATION ON THE 2019 GRANT APPLICATION, PLEASE SEE BELOW.
2019-2020 GRANT APPLICATION DEADLINE: JANUARY 9, 2019 - 2:00 PM CST
All applications must be initiated in GeMS by 2:00 PM on Wednesday, November 28, 2018.
About the Komen Minnesota Community Grants Program
Susan G. Komen Minnesota is committed to ensuring that all individuals have access to breast cancer education, outreach, screening, and treatment support. Especially important in our Community Grants Program is eliminating the barriers that - far too often and in far too many communities - prevent women from gaining access to screening, which in turn results in late-stage breast cancer diagnoses, fewer treatment options and lower survival rates.
To address these needs, Komen Minnesota administers a robust community grants program which in 2018 totaled over $800,000.00 distributed to 12 organizations. Our rigorous grantee selection process assures funded programs uphold the integrity of the Komen name and meet the needs of diverse communities throughout the state of Minnesota.
Applying for Funding
All applications must be completed and submitted online via the Grants eManagement System (GeMS) at https://affiliategrants.komen.org. GeMS is a complete online grant management system that will allow grant applicants to complete their applications and grantees to submit their progress and final reports online.
Please continue to visit this website throughout the application period for updated information about the grant process, as well as other resources. Returning applicants who are already registered in GeMS do not have to register again and can log in and initiate their application.
Applications for the 2019-2020 grant cycle are due by 2:00 PM CST on Wednesday, January 9, 2019. We encourage those interested in applying to start early and leave plenty of time to complete the process. Please note that all applications must be initiated in GeMS by 2:00 PM on Wednesday, November 28, 2018. Final funding announcements will be made at the end of March 2019.
Resources for those Applying for a Susan G. Komen Minnesota Grant
- 2019 Community Grant Request for Applications (RFA) Download Now
- 2015 Susan G. Komen Minnesota Community Profile's Mission Action Plan Download Now
- GeMS Applicant User Guide Download Now
- GeMS User Role Definitions Download Now
- Basic Step-by-Step Overview of Online Application Process Download Now
All requests for science research funding should be directed to the Komen National Award and Research Grant Program at www.komen.org/grants.
If you have questions or need additional information on our Community Grants Program, please contact us at 952-746-1760.
Grant Writing Tools & Resources
The Program Sustainability Assessment Tool (PSAT), developed by the Center for Public Health Systems Science at Washington University in St. Louis, allows you to assess a program on several dimensions that increase the likelihood of later sustainability. The tool is quick, user-friendly, and produces a score that groups can use to evaluate their progress over time.
The GW Cancer Center is pleased to announce the release of Implementing the Commission on Cancer Standard 3.1: Patient Navigation Process: A Road Map for Comprehensive Cancer Control Professionals and Cancer Program Administrators. This CDC-funded resource was developed in response to technical assistance requests by comprehensive cancer control stakeholders to help build capacity to meet the Commission on Cancer (CoC) standard for developing a patient navigation process.