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Program: Financial Assistance - Individuals and Families

Agency: Coronavirus 2020 - 2021


Resource Number: 67357809
Description
CENTRAL MINNESOTA

Twin Cities Hospitality and Event Workers' Relief Fund
Offers relief effort to workers who are facing financial distress due to COVID-19 work reductions. Workers must live or work in Anoka, Carver, Dakota, Hennepin, Ramsey, Scott, Washington and Wright counties and physically work in 1 of these establishments
  • Bars
  • Coffee shops
  • Hotels
  • Individuals working as hospitality workers at the airport
  • Live theater, live music or other live entertainment establishment
  • Restaurant (dine in and quick service)
  • Stadium/event center
  • Take-out food delivery
Due to very high demand and a limited number of navigators, it may take more than a week for applicants to be processed in the order received. Additionally, the organization may pause taking applications intermittently depending on intake capacity. Apply Online

METRO MINNESOTA

Belle Plaine COVID-19 CARES Act Funding

Residents can receive up to $3,000 to help with past due rent or mortgage payments due to COVID-19. Loan applications will be accepted until funds are gone. Apply Online

Carver County COVID-19 Housing Relief Funding for Residents and Landlords
Assists residents and landlords of Carver County that have been negatively impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic. 
  • Homeowners or renters who are behind on their mortgage or rent payments, homeowner’s association dues, or utility payments may be eligible for up to $10,000, or six months of payments, if they’ve received no previous housing support funding. Renters and homeowners who used previous support programs are eligible for up to $5,000, or three months of payments. Funding is available on a first-come, first-serve basis. 
  • Landlords are also eligible for funding support from this program. Landlords negatively impacted by tenants not paying rent due to the pandemic can receive up to $10,000, or six months of rental payments, if they have not used any other support funding. If landlords used other funding sources, they can receive $5,000, or three months of rent, for tenants not paying due to the pandemic. Funding is available on a first-come, first serve basis. 
  • Applications open on Wednesday, January 20, 2021. Interested individuals can apply online on either the Community Development Agency website or the Carver County Income Support website. Residents and landlords can find answers to common questions, eligibility requirements and program applications on either of these websites or by calling (952)448-7715. 
11/13/20 APPLICATION PROCESS IS NOW CLOSED
Carver County COVID-19 Support Services Program
Support services, in the form of a gift card, for eligible Carver County residents impacted by COVID-19. The program allows residents to receive one or more of the following, depending on eligiblity and availability: Metro Transit 'Go-To' card, gas station gift card, grocery store gift card, SouthWest Prime card. Residents must demonstrate a COVID-19 related reason to receive support and can receive more than one type of card, if eligible. Funding is available on a first come, first serve basis before November 13, 2020. To inquire about the program, call (952)361-1600.

3/19/21 APPLICATION PROCESS IS NOW CLOSED
3/5/21 Update: Hennepin County Emergency Rent Assistance
Emergency rental assistance, utility bills, and other housing costs assistance is available for Hennepin County residents. Visit website to apply or call (612)348-6442. The deadline to apply is Friday, March 19, 2021 at noon.

Eligibility Requirements:
  • Rent in Hennepin County
  • Have past-due rent or utility bills
  • Meet income requirements
  • Qualify for unemployment benefits OR have lost money due to COVID-19
  • Can show you might lose your housing
Individuals who need help applying can call (612)348-6442.

​After completing the application form, applicants will be contacted to help finish the application process, decide if the applicant is qualified, and make plans to pay applicant's rent and utility bills.
 
4/27/2020 APPLICATION PROCESS IS NOW CLOSED. Applicants will be notified in approximately 2 weeks about receiving the funds. Eligible applicants will be part of a random drawing to determine who receives the funds.
Minneapolis Gap Funds for Housing
  • Emergency Housing Assistance Program (EHA) provides payments to help low income residents who have lost income due to the crisis. Amount of assistance provided will depend on the individual needs of the household, taking into consideration other resources the household is eligible to receive. In most cases, the maximum amount of assistance will not exceed $1,500 per household, but providers will have the flexibility to provide up to $2,000 for larger households living in units with three or more bedrooms. Eligible expenses include:
    • Rent payments (late rent and rent due within 15 days)
    • Utility payments
    • Other housing stability related costs
  • Stable Homes Stable Schools Emergency Expansion (SHSS) initiative for rental housing. Amount of assistance provided will depend on the individual needs of the household, taking into consideration other resources the household is eligible to receive. In most cases, the maximum amount of assistance will not exceed $1,500 per household, but up to $2,000 will be available under extraordinary circumstances. Eligible expenses include:
    • Rent payments (late rent and rent due within 15 days)
    • Utility payments
    • Other housing stability related costs
Payments will be made directly to the rental property owner and/or utility company.

Eligibility
  • Emergency Housing Assistance Program (EHA): Eligible families will:
    • Reside in Minneapolis
    • Have incomes of 30% AMI or below
    • Have experienced a significant loss of income (from self-employed or any other source) due to the COVID-19 emergency
    • Households are eligible irrespective of immigration or documentation status
    • The program is designed to serve households that are not served by other COVID-19 related federal or state assistance
  • Stables Homes Stable Schools Emergency Expansion (SHSS): Eligible families will:
How to Apply
  • Applications will be accepted 9 am Wednesday, April 22 - 12 noon Monday, April 27
  • Visit website to apply online and view documents needed. The application is accessible in English, Spanish, Hmong, Somali and Oromo.
  • Individuals can also call the Tenant Resource Center (612)302-3129 leave a voicemail if they are unable to apply online. An intake worker will return the voicemail within 3 days.
  • Applicants may only submit one application per household. City staff will assign the application to the appropriate program (EHA or SHSS)
  • Email gapfund.housing@minneapolismn.gov with questions
12/30/20 APPLICATION PROCESS IS NOW CLOSED
Ramsey County COVID-19 CARES Act Funding

Emergency Assistance is available for rent, mortgage and utilities for residents of Ramsey County who have lost income due to COVID-19. Visit website for application. Send application to chs.ea-ega.unit@ramseycounty.us or fax to (651)266-3909. Individuals not already receiving public assistance that are applying for this and other programs (cash, child care assistance, health care and SNAP) can apply here. Call (651)266-4884 for application help, questions about eligibility, or to find out the status of an application.

Eligibility Requirements
  • Adults with children and those who are pregnant can receive up to $5,000 in housing assistance
  • Families and single adults can receive up to $3,000 in utility assistance
  • Single adults can receive up to $3,000 in housing assistance
Emergency Assistance helps pay for:
  • Damage deposits
  • Past due rent and mortgage payments
  • Utilities, including electricity, heat and water, when there is threat of disconnection
4/20/2020 APPLICATION PROCESS IS NOW CLOSED
Saint Paul Bridge Fund for Families
Since Mayor Carter's presentation to the City Council on March 25, two changes have been made to the Saint Paul Bridge Fund for Families program proposal. Following community feedback about eligibility for students enrolled in charter and private schools, all families with at least one child under 18 will be eligible to apply to the Saint Paul Bridge Fund for Families. 
Additionally, following the passage of a Federal-aid package that provides grants of $1,200 per adult for people earning up to $75,000, along with expanded unemployment insurance payments and eligibility, the Bridge Fund for Families will offer $1,000 grants, instead of $2,000 originally presented, to better complement this federal aid, and to double the number of families served.
Eligible families will have:Application Process: Families can apply online or call (651)266-6565 8 am - 5 pm Monday - Friday. Applications are accepted until April 19 at 5 pm.

APPLICATION PROCESS IS NOW CLOSED
Scott County COVID Housing Assistance
Residents of Scott County who have lost income due to COVID-19 may be eligible for help paying for housing costs through CARES Act funds. Renters can receive up to $1,700 per month for past due rent. Homeowners can receive up to $2,000 per month for past due mortgage, association dues or manufactured home lot rent. Apply Online

Twin Cities Hospitality and Event Workers' Relief Fund
Offers relief effort to workers who are facing financial distress due to COVID-19 work reductions. Workers must live or work in Anoka, Carver, Dakota, Hennepin, Ramsey, Scott, Washington and Wright counties and physically work in 1 of these establishments
  • Bars
  • Coffee shops
  • Hotels
  • Live theater, live music or other live entertainment establishment
  • Restaurant (dine in and quick service)
  • Stadium/event center
  • Take-out food delivery
Due to very high demand and a limited number of navigators, it may take more than a week for applicants to be processed in the order received. Additionally, the organization may pause taking applications intermittently depending on intake capacity. Apply Online

11/13/20 APPLICATION PROCESS IS NOW CLOSED
Washington County COVID-19 CARES Act Funding-Emergency Rental Assistance
Assistance is provided to pay current and past due rent and utilities including gas, electric and water. Visit website for eligibility requirements and application. Application deadline is Friday, November 13.

Washington County COVID-19 CARES Act Funding-Homeowners Relief Grant Program
Homeowners in Washington County who may have experienced a reduction in income because of the COVID-19 pandemic may apply for a one-time grant of up to $10,000 to help make housing payments.
  • Property must be located in Washington County and be the primary residence of household (homesteaded)
  • Delinquency or financial hardship must be due to a documented COVID-19-related financial impact on the household
  • Eligible housing payments will be made directly to the entity owned
  • Assistance is limited, households with greatest financial need will receive priority
Eligible housing payments include:
  • Home mortgage/loan
  • Homeowners' association dues
  • Land trust property land payments
  • Manufactured home community lot rent
The program is managed by the Community Development Agency, with applications available here. Individuals with limited internet access should call (651)202-2822 to receive an application. Applications are reviewed on an ongoing basis until funding is expended.

White Bear Lake Relief
Families may receive up to $5,000 and individuals up to $3,000.
Assistance helps pay for past due balances, plus the current month, and can include:
  • Mortgage (PITI, property taxes must be escrowed) 
  • Homeowner Association Fees (HOAs)
  • Rent
  • Utilities (heat, electricity and internet only)
  • Childcare cost that have increased due to COVID-19 and/or may lose childcare due to a past due balance 
Eligible households:
  • Experienced a loss of income due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
  • Current household income (AND prior to loss of income) is at or below 400% of the federal poverty guideline ($104,800/4-person household).
  • Have a past due rent or mortgage balance occurring after March 1, 2020.
  • Households served on a first come-first served basis.
For more information, including eligibility requirements and to apply online, click here.

Woodbury Relief
Households may receive up to $2,000.
Assistance helps pay for past due balances only and can include:
  • Mortgage (PITI, property taxes must be escrowed) 
  • Homeowner Association Fees (HOAs)
  • Rent
  • Utilities
Eligible households:
  • Experienced a loss of income due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
  • Current household income is at or below 200% of the federal poverty guideline.
  • Have a past due rent or mortgage balance occurring after July 1, 2020.
  • Households served on a first come-first served basis.
For more information, including eligibility requirements and to apply online, click here.

NORTHERN MINNESOTA

11/16/2020 APPLICATION PROCESS IS NOW CLOSED
Saint Louis County CARES Individual Assistance Program

Provides limited assistance for individuals/families who, due to the impact of COVID-19, are in a crisis situation such as being without, or at risk of losing, housing, utilities, or transportation that would affect gaining/maintaining employment. All assistance will be paid directly to the applicable vendor including but not limited to landlords, mortgage companies, utility companies, licensed repair person, etc. Call (218)726-2033 and press option 3, email cares@stlouiscountymn.gov or apply online. Applications will be accepted beginning Tuesday, September 1, 2020.

United Way of Northeastern Minnesota COVID-19 Crisis Fund
Provides financial support to those living or working in United Way of Northeastern Minnesota's service territory (click here for a listing of communities served) whose jobs have been impacted by the current COVID-19 pandemic. Individuals/families impacted must demonstrate a financial loss on or after the Governor's Emergency Executive Order, dated March 13, to request approval for support to cover basic living expenses. Maximum request amount is $1,000 per family. Apply Online

SOUTHEASTERN MINNESOTA

Olmsted County COVID-19 Emergency Assistance Program
  • Provides assistance to individuals and families adversely impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic
  • Funds will assist those impacted by job loss, reduced work hours, illness or other COVID-19 related circumstances
  • Assistance will cover past due rent payments, mortgage payments, homeowner association dues, contract for deed payments, homeowner insurance payments, utility payments or other housing-related expenses that incurred after March 1, 2020
  • Applicants must be a resident of Olmsted County, meet income guidelines and have a qualifying expense that is past due because of the public health emergency due to unemployment, loss of income, illness or other COVID-19 related issue
  • Visit ApplyMN to apply. Individuals who do not wish to apply online, may download the application and return it by emailing PAQ@co.olmsted.mn.us, or mailing it to or dropping it off in the yellow drop box  in the parking lot at Olmsted County Family Support and Assistance 2117 Campus Drive SE Suite 100 Rochester, MN 55904. Call (507)328-6500 or email paq@co.olmsted.mn.us with questions.
Southeastern Minnesota Multi-County Housing and Redevelopment Authority
SEMMCHRA is administering COVID-19 Emergency Assistance for Homeowners and Renters/CARES funding for the counties of Dodge, Goodhue, Wabasha, and Winona. 

Anyone in need of assistance can visit the following webpage to apply:
https://www.semmchra.org/covid-19/

STATEWIDE

ApplyMN
This web application can connect individuals with state and county services to help meet their family's basic needs. Apply for cash assistance, Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP) benefits, child care assistance, and Emergency Assistance. Call (651)431-4000 for questions. Visit website. Hennepin County residents, click here to apply for benefits.

Bank of America
Offers assistance to clients through its Client Assistance Program. Working on a case-by case basis, additional assistance for clients impacted by the coronavirus includes:
  • Auto Loans: Clients can request to defer payments, with payments added to the end of the loan
  • Consumer and Small Business Credit Cards: Clients can request to defer payments; refunds on late fees
  • Consumer and Small Business Deposit Accounts: Clients can request refunds including overdraft fees, non-sufficient funds fees and monthly maintenance fees
  • Foreclosure sales, evictions and repossessions have been paused
  • Mortgages and Home Equity: Clients can request to defer payments, with payments added to the end of the loan
  • Small Business Loans: Clients can request to defer payments; refunds on late fees
  • In all of the these instances, there will be no negative credit bureau reporting for up-to-date clients
  • Client Resources
Bremer Bank
For their customers, they are reducing or suspending mortgage loan payments, as well as offering loan deferrals, low interest cashflow assistance loans, and additional hardship assistance. 

Bridge to Benefits
This web-based screening tool can help an individual identify if they're eligible for public works programs, including SNAP, WIC, School Meal Program, Minnesota Health Care Programs, Energy Assistance and Child Care Assistance. Visit website.

CARES Act Forbearance – Mortgage Postponement
1/18/21 Update:

Right before New Year’s, the deadline for applications for mortgage relief for federally backed mortgages was extended to February 28, 2021 under the CARES Act. In Minnesota, about 13,000 Minnesota homeowners, or more than one in ten, have FHA-backed mortgages that are delinquent, which means thousands of Minnesota homeowners are behind on mortgages and could be impacted by the deadline to apply for mortgage relief. The Minnesota Commerce Department and Minnesota Housing issued a joint consumer alert to encourage homeowners who may be impacted by COVID-19 financial hardships to contact a home ownership advisor to see if they are eligible. Please note that those who do not have a federally backed mortgage may be eligible for assistance. They should contact their mortgage lender or servicer for more information.

Families behind on their home mortgage payment due to COVID-19, may be eligible under the Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security (CARES) Act to request a forbearance for up to 180 days. The deadline to apply for an initial forbearance for some mortgages is Sunday, February 28, 2021. Visit Minnesota Housing’s Forbearance Help webpage for link and more details.
 
CORE-Children of Restaurant Employees
Grants financial support to food and beverage service employees with children who have been medically diagnosed with COVID-19/Coronavirus. Documentation is required of diagnosis. Food and beverage employees with children and a family member who resides in the same home that is diagnosed with COVID-19 and a doctor requires the employee to quarantine are eligible. Medical documentation and proof of residence is required. Apply Online.

Emergency Broadband Benefit/FCC
Will provide a discount of up to $50 per month towards broadband service for eligible households and up to $75 per month for households on qualifying Tribal lands. Eligible households can also receive a one-time discount of up to $100 to purchase a laptop, desktop computer, or tablet from participating providers if they contribute more than $10 and less than $50 toward the purchase price. The Emergency Broadband Benefit is limited to 1 monthly service discount and 1 device discount per household.
 
Eligiblity for the Emergency Broadband Benefit Program:
A household is eligible if a member of the household meets 1 of the criteria below:
  • Has an income that is at or below 135% of the Federal Poverty Guidelines or participates in certain assistance programs, such as SNAP, Medicaid, or Lifeline
  • Approved to receive benefits under the free and reduced-price school lunch program or the school breakfast program, including through the USDA Community Eligibility Provision in the 2019-2020 or 2020-2021 school year
  • Received a Federal Pell Grant during the current award year
  • Experienced a substantial loss of income due to job loss or furlough since Saturday, February 29, 2020 and the household had a total income in 2020 at or below $99,000 for single filers and $198,000 for joint filers
  • Meets the eligibility criteria for a participating provider's existing low-income or COVID-19 program
As of Wednesday, May 12, 2021, eligible households will be able to enroll in the program to receive a monthly discount off the cost of broadband service from an approved provider. Eligible households can enroll through an approved provider or by visiting here.

Check out the Broadband Benefit Consumer FAQ for more information about the benefit.
 
Various broadband providers, including those offering landline and wireless broadband, are participating in the Emergency Broadband Benefit. Find broadband service providers offering the Emergency Broadband Benefit by state or territory. 

Frontline Grocery Workers Fund
Through a partnership with United Way Worldwide and Kendall-Jackson, the Grocery Workers Fund provides emergency relief for the immediate needs of frontline grocery store workers as a way to say ‘thank you’ to grocery workers. Grocery store employees may qualify for financial assistance in the form of a gift card to help them weather difficult times, not just during COVID-19 but is designated to be a long-term resource.
 
Apply here. Applications open Thursday, October 1, 2020 and are open to eligible grocery workers in the United States. The application may close each month if the number of applicants exceeds the amount of funds available but will reopen on the first day of the following month. Visit application link for more FAQs.
 
FAQs:
Who is eligible?
Current employees of a grocery store or retail store with a grocery department in any of the 50 United States and the District of Columbia, with a demonstrated need for financial assistance, are eligible to apply.
What do you need to apply?
Eligibility criteria includes proof of employment at a grocery store (paystub, etc.) and a short description of how the COVID-19 pandemic has impacted the applicant financially. 
What will you receive?
Eligible recipients will receive funds in the form of a $250 gift card that can be used as cash anywhere major credit cards are accepted. Cards will be provided by email or text message. Recipient may use the gift card as cash anywhere that major credit cards are accepted and should use funds to alleviate financial strain caused by COVID-19 as described in the application.
Can you apply more than once?
Individuals will only be eligible to receive a gift card once every 365 days. Gift cards will not be awarded to the same individual twice within a 365 day (one year) period.

HealthWell COVID-19 Ancillary Fund
Provides assistance with costs associated with delivered food, medication, diagnostics, transportation and telehealth as a result of COVID-19 high-risk status or a positive diagnosis to individuals or a member of a household in the United States or territories where COVID-19 is prevalent or had a physician or health care provider, or any other official recommend self-quarantine regarding exposure to COVID-19. Accepting phone applications only, (800) 675-8416.

The North Stands Stipend Program
Provides stipends to displaced hospitality workers affected by the COVID-19 pandemic in Minnesota. To apply, visit website.

One Fair Wage Emergency Fund
Supports restaurant workers, delivery drivers and other tipped workers and service workers facing financial hardship or are unable to work because of quarantines or other health concerns in Minnesota. To apply, visit website.

1/5/2021 APPLICATION PROCESS IS NOW CLOSED
Pfund Foundation COVID-19 Response Fund

Micro grants to individuals and nonprofits that are most affected by the Coronavirus. The first round of grants is prioritizing the communities listed below, all of whom are particularly impacted by this crisis:
  • Low income residents, including those without health insurance and/or access to sick days
  • Low income works in disproportionally impacted industries, such as health care and the service industry, as well as gig-economy workers
  • Residents with greater health risks, including people over age 60, people with compromised immune systems and pregnant people
  • People experiencing homelessness
  • People with disabilities
  • Communities of color
  • Undocumented workers and families
The Board of Directors and Pfund staff will dedicate time and resources in reading each application with the goal of having checks in the hands of recipients within a week. Grants are made on a rolling basis. As fundraising continues through the outbreak and recovery phases of the crisis, the Fund will adapt to emerging needs as the situation evolves. Apply Online

Restaurant Workers COVID-19 Fund
Provides emergency funding to restaurant and bar employees or owners, or restaurant/bar supplier employees who face unforeseen expenses not covered by insurance in Minnesota. Individuals seeking RWCF’s direct assistance should go to the Southern Smoke Application Form to submit their information and needs. Please note that Southern Smoke will evaluate each case based on the state of an applicant's emergency, prioritizing issues like medical needs.

Service Industry Tips
Provides crowdfunded "tips" to a randomly selected restaurant worker each day. Available in Minneapolis, Saint Cloud, and Brown County, Minnesota. To apply, visit website

9/24/20 APPLICATION PROCESS IS NOW CLOSED
Springboard for the Arts
Personal Emergency Relief Fund helps artists recover from personal emergencies by helping pay an unanticipated, emergency expense. Guidelines have been expanded to include lost income due to the cancellation of a specific, scheduled gig or opportunity (i.e. commissions, performances, contracts, etc.) due to COVID-19 precautionary measures. Artists can request up to $500 to compensate for canceled work that was scheduled and lost. Apply Online.

Staples Motley Area Emergency Relief Fund
Supports individuals, small businesses and organizations living in the Staples Motley School District area who are negatively affected by the COVID-19 pandemic. Apply online. Completed applications can be submitted by email to kbjorge@ifound.org or by mail to Initiative Foundation, 405 First Street SE Little Falls, MN 56345. Applications will be reviewed on a weekly basis. For more information about the fund or the grant application, contact Katie Heppner by phone at (218)929-3015 or by email at smacf@ifound.org.

USBG National Charity Foundation
Bartender Emergency Assistance Program which provides financial assistance to bartenders, spouses of bartenders and children of bartenders who have had at least one year of employment on a regular full- or part-time basis. Apply Here.

Wells Fargo
Mortgage customers unable to make their payment due to COVID-19 related hardships can receive a 90-day payment suspension. To request this assistance, customers should sign on to online banking and email Wells Fargo through the secure message center. Customers can also call (800)219-9739. In addition, Wells Fargo maybe be able to offer additional accommodations including payment deferrals and other expanded assistance for customers with credit card, automobile loans, small business and personal loans.

Funeral Resources

Brave of Heart Fund
Provides financial support in the form of charitable relief grants to support families of healthcare workers who have lost their lives due to COVID-19. Cash grant awards provide basic and continuing financial support for common needs, such as funeral costs, medical care, counseling, food, educational expenses of children and other dependents currently in school, mortgage or rent payments, and immediate living expenses. Applications will be accepted through Saturday, May 15, 2021. Visit website to apply.

FEMA Funeral Assistance
FEMA will provide financial assistance for COVID-19-related funeral expenses incurred after Monday, January 20, 2020. To be eligible for funeral assistance, individuals must meet these conditions:
  • The death must have occurred in the United States, including the U.S. territories, and the District of Columbia
  • The death certificate must indicate the death was attributed to COVID-19
  • The applicant must be a United States citizen, non-citizen national, or qualified alien who incurred funeral expenses after Monday, January 20, 2020
Applicants are encouraged to keep and gather documentation including:
  • An official death certificate that attributes the death directly or indirectly to COVID-19 and shows that the death occurred in the United States, including the U.S. territories, and the District of Columbia
  • Funeral expenses documents (receipts, funeral home contract, etc.) that include the applicant's name, deceased person's name, amount of expenses and dates the expenses happened
  • Proof of funds received from other sources specifically for use toward funeral costs
Applicants eligible for funeral assistance will receive a check by mail or funds by direct deposit, depending on which option they choose when they apply.

Applications will begin being accepted on Monday, April 12, 2021. Call (844)684-6333 or TTY (800)462-7585 8 am - 8 pm Monday - Friday to apply. Visit website for additional information.

The Funeral Consumers Alliance of Minnesota
Provides resources for funerals and has resources for low cost caskets. Click here for more information.

Minnesota Funeral Planning
Provides resources for funeral planning, including budget sheets, and additional resources. Click here for resources.


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