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WHEDA Foundation Housing Grant Program

Sponsor
Wisconsin Housing and Economic Development Authority
Deadlines
Aug 21, 2020
Contact

John Vogt
608.267.4543
WHEDA.Foundation@wheda.com

Purpose

The WHEDA Foundation Housing Grant Program awards funds to organizations working to assist in the development or improvement of housing for low-income people with special needs, including:

  • Homeless persons
  • Runaway youth
  • Alcohol or drug dependent persons
  • Persons in need of protective services
  • Domestic abuse victims
  • Developmentally disabled persons
  • Low-income or frail, elderly persons
  • Chronically mentally ill persons
  • Physically impaired or disabled persons
  • People living with HIV disease
  • Individuals or families who do not have access to traditional or permanent housing
  • Youth in crisis and/or out of home placement
  • Veterans

Applicants may apply under either the emergency/transitional housing category or the permanent housing category.

Eligibility

Applications will be accepted from:

  • Nonprofit organizations or cooperatives organized under Chapters 181, 185, or 187 of the Wisconsin statutes at the time of grant application submission
  • Community development, redevelopment, and housing authorities
  • Local units of government
  • Native American tribal authorities

Grant recipients that received 3 consecutive funding awards through the WHEDA Foundation in 2017, 2018, and 2019 Housing Grant Program competitions are not eligible to apply in 2020.

Geographic coverage
Wisconsin
Amount of funding

Award ceiling: $40,000
Project period: 12 months
Total funds available: $1,040,000

Application process

Links to additional guidance, forms, and application instructions are available on the program website.

Completed applications may be submitted online or mailed to:

Housing Grant Program
WHEDA Foundation, Inc.
P.O. Box 1728
Madison, WI 53701-1728

Tagged as
Abuse and violence · American Indians, Alaska Natives, and Native Hawaiians · Capital funding · Children and youth · Elderly population · Families · HIV and AIDS · Housing and homelessness · Mental health · People with disabilities · Substance abuse · Veterans · Women · Wisconsin



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