Apply Now: Housing Stability Grants

The Alliance for Metropolitan Stability (the Alliance) is working with members of the Stable Housing is the Priority (SHIP) Collaborative and other partners to regrant money to community-based organizations pursuing structural reforms that increase housing stability and prevent homelessness for people within the seven-county Twin Cities region.

The Housing Stability Grant program aims to fund organizations that are rooted in and working with the communities most impacted by housing inequity and with people who have lived experience with homelessness and/or housing insecurity to eliminate barriers to housing stability and advance systems change for housing justice. We intend to fund organizations that have been successful in their organizing and advocacy by utilizing relationships within the community, as well as with policy-makers and implementers. We also hope to invest in some new ideas that groups want to try to achieve housing stability and systems change.

There is $300,000 in total funding available from the Pohlad Foundation. Maximum grant awards per proposal will be $40,000.

Read the full guidelines, process and scoring outline here

Apply here

2023 Grant Timeline

  • January 11: Applications open
  • February 24: Proposals due
  • March 27: Funding decisions made
  • March 31: Grant notification
  • April 11: Grantee meeting

Questions? Email