Engaging in Community
Communities are stronger when all people from all races and cultures have the opportunity to become engaged in the community in multiple ways. We support efforts that build community connectedness and the opportunity for equitable participation in arts and culture, civic dialogue and engagement, community problem solving, non-profit and philanthropic work, placemaking, and natural and built spaces where people live, work and play.
Funding Community Connectedness
Learn more about our featured grantees and what The Saint Paul Foundation has funded.
One of the largest contiguous urban farms in the nation, Frogtown Farm is cultivating soil and community in Saint Paul’s Frogtown neighborhood. Read their story and learn about their work.
TakeAction Minnesota is organizing women to be an active voice for policy change in Minnesota. Read their story and learn about their work.
What We Fund
Search through past grantees and see what projects and programs The Saint Paul Foundation has funded in the past.
The Imperative for Change
Racial Equity Funders Collaborative statement