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our legacy of giving continues

national and local giving

Being a good neighbor is a big part of our philosophy. One of the ways we connect with the communities where we do business is through local giving. Each year, Target grants help K-12 schools and nonprofit organizations by providing support for educational field trips and funds for what they need the most.

We know communities thrive when the arts are affordable and accessible, so we also sponsor free and reduced-cost admission at museums and cultural institutions across the country, opening their doors to more children and their families.

Target Foundation grants

Target Fo​undation Arts grants, Twin Cities, MN
Our Arts grants are awarded to programs and organizations that make arts and cultural experiences accessible and affordable for the Minneapolis-St. Paul community.

Check back Jan. 3 at noon CST to apply.

Target Foundation Social Services grants, Twin Cities, M​N
Our Social Services grants are awarded to programs and organizations that directly provide food and shelter to Twin Cities communities and local at-risk families.

apply now for a Social Services grant

learn more about Target Foundation grants

education grants

kids having fun on a field trip

Throughout the year, our stores provide education grants to local K-12 schools to support educational field trips. Learning opportunities extend far beyond the classroom, but it’s becoming more difficult for schools to fund trips to museums, historical sites and other cultural destinations. Since 2007, our Field Trip Grants program has made it possible for millions of students to go on a field trip.

Check back on Aug. 1 at noon CST to apply.

view past Field Trip Grant recipients from your area

public safety grants

Creating safe and secure neighborhoods for our guests as well as our team members is important to us. That’s why we provide Public Safety Grants to partners and organizations across the country.

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  • Without the support of our parents and donors like Target, we wouldn’t be able to continue the program.