George Floyd’s family is ready to accept corporate grant applications

George Floyd’s family is ready to accept business applications for grants funded by monies from their illegal settlement with the City of Minneapolis.

Floyd, who was black, died in May 2020 after a white Minneapolis police officer pressed his knee into Floyd’s neck for nearly nine minutes. His family won a $27 million settlement from the city in March 2021 and set aside $500,000 in grants to businesses in the neighborhood where Floyd died.

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George Floyd's family is starting to accept corporate grant applications from Monday. The family won $27 million from the city of Minneapolis.

George Floyd’s family is starting to accept corporate grant applications from Monday. The family won $27 million from the city of Minneapolis.

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Floyd family attorney Ben Crump says companies can start applying Monday and continue applying until all the dollars are distributed. Grants will be awarded in denominations of $5,000, $10,000, and $25,000, although larger grants may be considered.

Companies can apply at www.theward8fund.org.

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