United States Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD)
02/17/12 5:00 PM
Grants are available in the State of Missouri for non-profit organizations that provide services or assistance to low-to-moderate income individuals. The goal of the funding is to help benefit needy people, prevent or eliminate slum areas or address an urgent community need such as disaster response. Funds can be used for the following types of activities:
* Activities related to housing, including but not limited to:
Rental rehabilitation activities
Homeowner rehabilitation activities
Lead-based paint testing and abatement
* Other real property activities, such as:
Acquisition for public use or purpose
Disposition of real properties acquired with federal funds
Clearance and demolition
* Public facilities, such as
Public infrastructure improvement
Special needs facilities
* Activities related to public services, including but not limited to:
Job training and employment services
Health care and substance abuse services
Services for senior citizens (62 and over)
Fair Housing counseling
* Assistance to Community-Based Development Organization (CBDOs) --- CDBG grantees may provide
grants or loans to CBDOs to carry out CDBG-assisted activities as part of the following types of projects:
Community economic development
* Other Types of Activities – Certain other types of activities are also eligible under CDBG, including:
Payment of non-Federal share of Federal grant-in-aid programs for activities that are CDBG-eligible activities
Loss of rental income (related to relocation as a result of a federal undertaking)
Technical assistance to public or private non-profit entities to increase the capacity of such entities to carry out eligible neighborhood revitalization or economic development activities
Assistance to institutions of higher education with the capacity to carry out CDBG-eligible activities
GrantWatch ID#: 127195
Public agencies are eligible to apply.
For-profit entities may be eligible for consideration if their proposed programs or projects serve a public purpose and meet the national objectives as well as the City’s CDBG Consolidated Plan objectives.
Applicants are required to attend a pre-application orientation in order to be qualified for application submission. The pre-application orientation: 9:30 to 11:30 a.m., Tues., Jan. 17, 2012, in the Strother Conference Room in City Hall, 220 SE Green St., Lee’s Summit.
Before starting your grant application, please review the funding source's website listed below for updates/changes/addendums/conferences/LOIs.
Manager of Long Range Planning
Phone: (816) 969-1600
Email: Heping.Zhan@cityofls.net during business hours, 8 a.m. to 5 p.m., Mondays – Fridays.
Jennifer Thompson, CDBG Staff Contact – (816) 969-1600
Christina Stanton, CDBG Staff Contact – (816) 969-1600
City of Lee's Summitt