Foundation / Corporation
Housing Assistance Council (HAC) and The Home Depot Foundation (THDF)
07/09/18 5:00 PM EDT
Grants of up to $30,000 to USA nonprofit and tribal housing authorities to develop affordable housing for veterans located in rural areas. Funding may be used for construction projects to provide temporary and permanent housing solutions for low-income veterans.
Funding is intended to support local nonprofit housing development organizations that meet or help meet the affordable housing needs of veterans in rural areas. Work supported under this grant program must be bricks‐and‐mortar projects that assist low‐income, elderly and disabled veterans with home repair and rehab needs, support homeless veterans, help veterans become homeowners, and/or secure affordable rental housing.
GRANTS can be used to provide both temporary and permanent housing for veterans, depending on the local needs of the community. HAC will coordinate with Home Depot volunteers and THDF on volunteer opportunities especially around home repair and rehab.
Suggestions for grants include but are not limited to:
- Home repair
- Multi‐family rental development and preservation
- Shelters for homeless veterans
Funds must go to costs related to specific hard and soft development and/or rehabilitation projects. Allowable expenses include hard and soft costs directly related to the construction and rehabilitation of units.
GrantWatch ID#: 161472
Grants will not normally exceed a maximum of $30,000.
The grant will be for one year.
Before starting your grant application, please review the funding source's website listed below for updates/changes/addendums/conferences/LOIs.
Submit applications to:
Housing Assistance Council
Attn: Affordable Housing for Rural Veterans
Shonterria Charleston, Director, Training and Technical Assistance
Anselmo Telles, Senior Housing Development Specialist
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