Foundation / Corporation
TD Charitable Foundation
09/01/17 4:00 PM ET
Grants to USA nonprofit organizations and government agencies in multiple states to improve or create existing housing projects for low-income families from all populations, including new immigrants, mentally or physically disabled individuals, emancipated youth, families headed by a single individual (may be a parent; grandparent; guardian), or veterans.
Funding is intended to increase access to clean, safe, affordable rental housing throughout the funding source's service area, which includes Connecticut, Delaware, Florida, Maine, Maryland, Massachusetts, New Hampshire, New Jersey, New York, North Carolina, Pennsylvania, Rhode Island, South Carolina, Vermont, Virginia, and Washington, DC.
Applications for funding must focus on:
Preservation/Rehabilitation/Expansion of viable existing affordable housing properties: This may include the redesign, reconfiguration and or re-use of existing space in affordable housing properties to create increased quality and quantity of affordable housing units for single parent families and over. Upgrades to systems, structure and efficiency of properties to preserve and prolong their use will be considered.
Focus on needs of the families: Housing programs and services that address the unique needs of Single Parent Families with children in urban, suburban, and rural communities will be viewed favorably. This may include, but is not limited to, proximity to educational opportunities, access to healthcare and medical services, employment opportunities, shopping, community and transportation services, recreational facilities, as well on site services (daycare, before and/or afterschool programs, community rooms, etc.) that would be attractive and supportive to the needs of families.
Utilization of abandoned properties to create new units of affordable housing: In urban, suburban and rural areas, the utilization of underused or abandoned properties to provide permanent or interim housing for low- and moderate- income families provides a tremendous opportunity to reverse neighborhood and community decline.
All initiatives should include a sustainable energy efficiency component which will be considered in the scoring of applications.
GrantWatch ID#: 174152
The TD Charitable Foundation's expectation is that those funds would be put into place or budgeted for the competition cycle (by June 30, 2018).
The Foundation is interested in receiving applications from organizations that meet the following criteria:
- Applicant organization must be tax-exempt under IRS Code 501(c)(3) or must be a state/local government entity. Private foundations are not eligible to apply.
- Housing units or properties to be improved must be located in a TD Bank, N.A. metro market area.
- Applicant organization must not discriminate on the basis of race, national or ethnic origin, color, religion, age, gender, gender orientation, gender identity or expression, marital status, family status, veteran status, disability or other characteristic protected by law.
Housing units or properties to be improved must be located in a TD Bank, N.A. metro market area: http://bit.ly/1LQwe9w
Applicant organizations must have a history of developing, maintaining, and/or providing affordable housing or affordable housing services for low- and moderate-income families or individuals that meet one of the criteria below. In addition, all housing units or properties to be improved or developed must be for, and occupied by, low-and-moderate-income families or individuals that meet one of the criteria below:
- Have earnings that are less than 80% of the HUD Area Median Income
- Are at or below 200% of the national poverty level
- Are homeless
- Are indigent
- Are recipients of Medicaid
- Are students or their families from a school where at least 51% of students qualify for free or reduced price meals under the USDA's National School Lunch Program
- Are recipients of USDA Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP)
- Are recipients of USDA Women, Infants, and Children (WIC)
- Are recipients of USDA 514/516 (Farm Labor Housing Loans $ Grants)
- Are recipients of HUD 8 (Assistance for Public Housing Relocation/Replacement)
- Are recipients of HUD 202 (Supportive Housing for the Elderly)
- Are recipients of HUD 515 (Rural Rental Housing Loans)
- Are recipients of HUD 811 (Supportive Housing for Persons with Disabilities)
- Improvements to market rate units will not be considered.
- The applicant organization must be current on all outstanding debt obligations, utility payments, and taxes. There can be no unsatisfied judgments/liens on the property for which the applicant is liable.
- The applicant organization must not have any pending legal actions against it.
If the funding requirements of your initiative do not total $125,000 you are not eligible to apply for a Housing for Everyone grant.
For more details on eligibility requirements, see the URL for Full Text below.
All complete applications will be reviewed by a panel of judges representing TD Bank, N.A. metro markets areas. Applicants will be notified of the Foundation's decisions by mid November 2017.
Click here for the online FAQs: https://www.tdbank.com/community/housing_grant_competition_faqs.html
Before starting your grant application, please review the funding source's website listed below for updates/changes/addendums/conferences/LOIs.
Click here for the online application:
For any additional questions regarding this competition, please send an email to: US-CharitableGiving@TD.com. Include "Housing for Everyone" in the subject line.
USA: Connecticut; Delaware; Florida; Maine; Maryland; Massachusetts; New Hampshire; New Jersey; New York City; New York; North Carolina; Pennsylvania; Rhode Island; South Carolina; Vermont; Virginia; Washington, DC