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Housing & Commercial Development
- Affordable Homebuild and Rental Partnership Programs
- Community Housing Development Organization (CHDO) Program
- Neighborhood Economic Development Opportunities Program (NEDO)
- MEMPHIS AFFORDABLE HOUSING TRUST FUND (MAHTF) ROUND 2
Note to Applicants: Please submit the completed application with all required attachments and the submission checklist to the City of Memphis via your preferred secured link (for example, DropBox) to [email protected]. This applies to all the programs described above with the exception of the Memphis Affordable Housing Trust Fund Round 2
Please view program information here
COVID Relief Grants
- CDBG COVID-19 (CV3) Program Budget
Strategic Community Investment Fund (SCIF)
The Division of Housing and Community Development (HCD) administers Federal and City funds for programs that carry out its mission. While many programs are carried out through HCD directly, others are contracted out to eligible organizations on a competitive basis. The Strategic Community Investment Fund (SCIF) provides an opportunity for organizations and agencies to submit competitive applications. The funds available on a competitive basis are awarded to eligible nonprofit, and other organizations to implement community and economic development programs. Notably, the two previous funding cycle (PY23-PY24) witnessed the distribution of nearly $10 million in grants and loans to local nonprofit organizations. If you are interested in learning about organizations and programs funded in that period, please check the related documents in the “SCIF FY2025” folder on this link.
The funds through this process are primarily available for programs that benefit low and moderate-income persons of Memphis.
HCD will accept applications for SCIF during the Winter of 2024. Programs
available for competitive grant application submissions for FY25 will include the following programs:
· Emergency Solutions Grant (ESG)
· Housing Opportunities for Persons with AIDS/HIV (HOPWA)
· HOME-Funded Tenant-Based Rental Assistance (HOME – TBRA)
· Neighborhood Partnership Grant (NPG)
All applications must be submitted via the online “Neighborly” portal between December 11, 2023, 8:00 am and February 2, 2024, 4:00 pm.
If you are interested in learning more about this opportunity you are invited to attend the GRANTS PRE-APPLICATION WORKSHOP that will take place on December 11, 2023 at 10am at the Benjamin Hooks Library, 3030 Poplar Avenue. Register here .
HOME ARP Request for Proposals for Tenant Based Rental Assistance and Supportive Services
The City of Memphis Division of Housing and Community Development (HCD) is seeking qualified nonprofit organizations and/or public entities to submit proposals to function as the City’s subrecipient to:
- Provide supportive services, and/or
- Provide tenant-based rental assistance (TBRA), including both rent and security deposit assistance. “