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Compeer Financial Fund for Rural America's General Use Grant

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Compeer Financial
Dec 4, 2023

Melanie Olson


The Compeer Financial Fund for Rural America's General Use Grant provides funding for programs and organizations working in rural communities in Illinois, Minnesota, and Wisconsin in the areas of:

  • Education – Educating young, beginning, or future farmers
  • Environment – Maintaining or improving the quality of the rural environment
  • Technology – Supporting the advancement and utilization of technology for the benefit of farmers and rural communities
  • Quality of life – Programs or initiatives that enhance the quality of life for farmers and rural communities

Funds may be used for:

  • Project or program support
  • Technical assistance
  • General operating support
  • Equipment

Nonprofit organizations and programs serving rural areas, educational institutions, and state, county, local or tribal governments are eligible to apply.

Applicants must be located in the Compeer Financial Local Service Area (144 counties in Illinois, Minnesota, and Wisconsin).

Geographic coverage
Illinois, Minnesota, and Wisconsin
Amount of funding

Up to $10,000 per year

Application process

The application cycles run between May 1-31 and November 1 - December 4. A link to the online application will be available on the program website on May 1 and November 1.

Tagged as
Community and economic development · Community and faith-based initiatives · Environmental health · Healthcare needs and services · Human services · Schools · Technology for health and human services · Illinois · Minnesota · Wisconsin

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