Tennessee Housing Development Agency (THDA)
03/05/20 11:59 PM CST
Grants to Tennessee nonprofit organizations, government agencies, and community housing development organizations in eligible regions for affordable housing for low-income residents and families. Funding will support the rehabilitation, preservation, and production of single housing units. Grants may be used for Homeownership Development or for Urban/Rural Funding.
Eligible housing activities include:
For information about eligible activities, see: https://s3.amazonaws.com/thda.org/2020-HOME-Program-Description.pdf#page=7
THDA encourages the inclusion of features that allow individuals with physical disabilities to reside and/or visit the housing that is constructed or rehabilitated with federal HOME funds. For additional information, see: https://s3.amazonaws.com/thda.org/2020-HOME-Program-Description.pdf#page=17
For information about Urban and Rural Matrices, see: https://s3.amazonaws.com/thda.org/2020-HOME-Program-Description.pdf#page=26
For information about CHDO Matrix, see: https://s3.amazonaws.com/thda.org/2020-HOME-Program-Description.pdf#page=29
GrantWatch ID#: 167520
An applicant must apply for at least $100,000. Applicants applying under the Urban and Rural Matrices may apply for a maximum HOME grant of $500,000. There is a $750,000 limit on the amount of HOME funds that can be awarded in any one county under the Urban and Rural Matrices. If seeking funding as a CHDO the maximum HOME grant an applicant may apply for is $750,000.
For additional information about HOME investments, see Page 16 of the Program Description in Supporting Documents, below.
HOME contracts will begin July 1, 2020 and will end June 30, 2023.
Before starting your grant application, please review the funding source's website listed below for updates/changes/addendums/conferences/LOIs.
Apply online and take eligibility quiz (from January 15): https://resources.thda.org/PIMS/
Community Programs Office
502 Deaderick St
Nashville, TN 37243
General Information: 615-815-2200
Toll Free: 800-228-THDA
See Additional Eligibility above for eligible cites and counties.
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