human_services_14

Minnesota Council on Foundations


Published on December 3, 2014

GIVING BY SUBCATEGORY The decline in multipurpose human services** was caused primarily by the reduction in funding by the Margaret A. Cargill Foundation. GIVING BY GRANTMAKER TYPE Although human services grant dollars from private foundations decreased 9 percent between 2011 and 2012, they were still 13 percent higher than in 2010. 34% 16% 14% 11% 7% 5% 5% 5% $238.8M 2010 2011 2012  %Change%Change  GrantDollarsGrantDollarsfrom2009GrantDollarsfrom2010 Multipurpose Human Services $84,731,555 $102,607,214 21% $80,995,041 -21% Housing/Shelter $37,342,458 $32,867,304 -12% $37,446,134 14% Youth Development $31,827,588 $34,559,136 9% $32,336,036 -6% Food, Nutrition & Agriculture $31,165,073 $28,845,669 -7% $29,368,319 2% Employment/Jobs $14,906,721 $16,509,655 11% $20,615,040 25% Public Safety, Disaster Preparedness & Relief $8,683,253 $8,971,526 3% $13,849,407 54% Recreation, Leisure & Sports $14,597,901 $14,412,128 -1% $13,232,822 -8% Public Protection $8,784,789 $8,971,978 2% $10,996,385 23% Total $232,039,339 $247,744,610 7% $238,839,184 -4% Subcategory HUMAN SERVICES 2014 GIVING IN ** This subcategory includes funding for human service organizations, social and family services, and residential and custodia l care. Searchingformoredetails?Viewthefull Giving in Minnesota, 2014 Edition, reportatmcf.org/researchorcontactMCFat research@mcf.org or 612.338.1989. 2010 2011 2012 %Change%Change  GrantDollarsGrantDollarsfrom2010GrantDollarsfrom2011 Private $86,846,988 $107,908,593 24% $98,168,568 -9% Corporate $83,923,374 $80,254,142 -4% $71,207,877 -11% Community/Public $61,268,977 $59,581,876 -3% $69,462,739 17% Total $232,039,339 $247,744,610 7% $238,839,184 -4% Type