Dementia Grants

The Minnesota Board on Aging received an appropriation to administer a competitive grant program focusing on dementia and its impact on caregivers.  Grants are intended to:

  • Increase awareness of Alzheimer's disease and other dementias,
  • Increase the rate of cognitive testing in the population at risk for dementias,
  • Promote the benefits of early diagnosis of dementias, and/or
  • Connect caregivers of persons with dementia to education and resources.

Request for Proposal

FY2021 Dementia Grant applications are due 4/17/2020

Program Data Reporting

Dementia grantees are required to report quarterly by submitting a program data reports on: 

  • January 15 (covering October 1 – December 31 period)

  • April 15 (covering January 1 – March 31 period)

  • July 15 (covering April 1 – June 30 period)

  • October 15 (covering July 1 – September 30 period)

Timely data reporting is required. Expense reports are also submitted on this same schedule. Use the links below to access reporting site and reporting instructions:

Financial Reporting
To request payment for grant program expenses incurred, grantees submit quarterly financial reports through the Enterprise Grants Management System (EGMS) on the 15th of the month, following the same quarterly schedule listed above for program data reporting. Grantees can complete quarterly reports using the link provided below.