Self-Help Housing Assistance Grant. This grant helps nonprofits provide technical assistance or recruit families needing a housing construction project. Intended to help low income or very low income individuals and families
Housing Preservation Grants. Provides grants to sponsoring organizations for the repair or rehabilitation of housing owned or occupied by low and very low income rural citizens.
Multi-Family Housing Loans. USDA provides loans in order to finance additional affordable multi-family rental housing options for low-income, elderly, or disabled individuals and families in rural areas.
Multi-Family Housing Loan Guarantees. Funding used to increase the supply of affordable rental housing for low to moderate income individuals and families. Multi-Family Unit owner can have their bank loan guaranteed by USDA for favorable loan rates.
Community Facilities Direct Loans and Grants. Provides loans and occasionally grants to help communities pay for essential community facilities in rural areas. (Health care, fire trucks, streets, police vehicles, libraries, museums, telemedicine, food pantries and food hubs)
Community Development Block Grants. These are a series of grants passed from the Federal Government to the State Government in an effort to address development of viable communities, principally for the benefit of low and moderate income people.
CDBG-PFED Program. Grants to local governments for public infrastructure projects that can be shown to support business expansion or retention.
CDBG-PF Program. Grant to help local governments support infrastructure and facility construction, improvements, repairs, or expansions.
CDBG-ED Program. Awards grant funds to local governments, who in turn offer loans to businesses or help with specialized employee training.
CDBG-READI Program. Grants given to a community development organization that intends to provide targeted economic development investment via housing creation, economic development, or job training.
Housing Programs – there are too many (15+) housing programs available to list on this website. Please take some time, visit the page, and explore if any of the many options fit your needs.
Entrepreneurship Support program. Grants between $10,000 to $100,000 to non-profits and communities for projects including the promotion of entrepreneurship, entrepreneurial education, mentoring or training programs, and facilitation of business development.