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CAFI Introduces New Avenues for Economic Development

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The Community Action Financial Institute (CAFI) provides financing solutions to Community Action Agencies, their affiliates, state CAA associations and Community Development Corporations. These solutions build affordable housing, create jobs and wealth, particularly for low-income and low-wealth families, and provide high quality service to organizations that create and enhance community assets. To learn more about loan fund eligibility, contact Stacy Flowers at This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it or click here to view the application.

   

LISC Funding Grants for Economic Development

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LISC helps local organization become strong and stable neighborhood institutions characterized by effective and responsible fiscal management and capable of carrying out a range of community revitalization activities. Through LISC local program offices, we provide grant funding to assist organizations develop affordable housing, commercial and retail space, and community facilities, as well as other community development activities.  LISC offers equity financing through our affiliate subsidiaries:  The National Equity Fund, Inc; The New Markets Support Company; and The Community Development Trust. Learn more...

   

HUD Releases 2012 Housing Counseling Super NOFA

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This grant supports the delivery of a wide variety of housing counseling services to homebuyers, homeowners, low- to moderate-income renters, and the homeless. The primary objectives of the program are to improve financial literacy, expand homeownership opportunities, improve access to affordable housing and preserve homeownership. Click here for full announcement

   

Green Community Engagement Charette Grant

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Enterprise Green Communities offers Charrette Grants of $5,000 per project for affordable housing developers to engage in integrative design.  An integrative design and development process takes into consideration viewpoints and technical expertise from everyone involved in an affordable housing project – from schematic design to occupancy and beyond. Click here for more information.

 

   

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