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HCD awards grants to local nonprofits
HCD awards grants to local nonprofits
Posted on 04/20/2018
City of Memphis Division of Housing and Community Development awarded more than $8 million dollars in grants and loans to 24 local nonprofit organizations. Monies for the awards were made available through the Division’s Strategic Community Investment Fund (SCIF) for the upcoming fiscal year. Awardees completed application submissions for our highly competitive programs and we’re proud to announce the organizations listed below will receive funding. The sources for these awards are from the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development and the City of Memphis. 

“These agencies provide critical housing and support services and we are proud to partner with them to service Memphis residents”, said Director of Housing and Community Development Paul Young. 

-Community Housing Development Organizations
Frayser CDC
NHO Management, Inc.
Promise Development Corporations

-Community Economic Development Program
Clayborn Temple
Refugee MEMPHIS

-Housing Opportunities for Persons With AIDS (HOPWA)
Friends for Life Corporation 
Hope House
Meritan, Inc.
Case Management, Inc.

-HOME Tenant Based Rental Assistance
YMCA of Greater Memphis
Family Safety Center

-Emergency Solutions Grant
Catholic Charities of West Tennessee
Metropolitan Inter-Faith Association (MIFA)
Agape Child & Family Service
Shield, Inc
YMCA of Greater Memphis

-Neighborhood Development Program
Refugee MEMPHIS
OUT MEMPHIS/METAMORPHIS
RISE Foundation
Oasis of Hope
AGAPE
Alcey- Ball CDC
Heights CDC

-Affordable Single-Family Housing Program
United Housing Inc.

The Strategic Community Investment Funds (SCIF) provides an opportunity for organizations and agencies to submit competitive applications. The funds available on a competitive basis are awarded to eligible nonprofit, for-profit, faith-based, and other organizations to implement community and economic development programs. The funds through this process are primarily available for programs that benefit low and moderate-income persons of Memphis and are contingent upon available funding and/or council approval.
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