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$1 Million Given To Upward Bound House
The provider of services and housing for homeless families is located in Santa Monica. First Five Los Angeles Commission awarded the organization the funds. The funds are going to provide subsidies and short-term rental assistance for homeless families that have children who are under 5 years old or less
 

$200,000 Grant For Hunterdon Homeless Shelter
The New Jersey Agriculture Secretary Announced the grant last week. Family Promise of Hunterdon will receive the grant from the Department of Community Affairs Homelessness Prevention and Rapid Re-Housing
 

$4.8 Million in Grants For Low-Income Housing Program
Federal Home Loan Bank of Pittsburgh (FHLBank) Awarded the grants which will be used to finance twenty-three housing projects for 571 for low-income families and individuals
 

$59 Million For Affordable Housing In Utah
Utah Housing Corporation has awarded the federal low income housing tax credits for fourteen different housing projects. The housing will be built in the following communities: in Beaver, Draper, Moab, Murray, Ogden, Pleasant View, Provo, Roosevelt, Salt Lake City, and Sandy
 

10 Steps Towards Ending Homelessness In America
Homelessness is still quite prevalent across the United States. Read more about the top steps that are being implemented towards ending homelessness in America and how they affect many Americans
 

100 People May Lose Their Housing In Popular Bluff
It is a desperate situation for these soon-to-be homeless individuals in Missouri. Two unfortunate situations are having a very negative impact. The Homeless Coalition is doing what they can for each individual but they still need help from the community
 

126 Runners Run 200 Miles In 2 Days To Benefit Homeless Youth
The Monarch School, a K-12 public school made good their effort to help the homeless by running 200 miles in the yearly Ragnar Relay So Cal race.
 

50,000 Homeless Stay In NYC shelters Every Night
A new report revealed that more than 50,000 homeless individuals spend the night at New York City's homeless shelters. Homelessness has troubled this city for decades. It has escalated in recent years because of a chronic shortage of low-income housing and high unemployment rates
 

500 Affordable Habitat For Humanity Homes
Funds have been approved by Smith NMTC Associates LLC (Smith NMTC) to build in 16 states (Connecticut, Missouri, Nebraska, Colorado, Florida, Michigan, Washington, Arizona, West Virginia, California, Ohio, Oregon, Tennessee, Texas, Wisconsin and North Carolina). Low-income families will be served by this project.
 

51 Food Banks In Ohio Receive Donation From United Way Of Lake County
United Way of Lake County's 2012 Feed Lake County Campaign distributed food to the food pantries on December 13th. Nearly 6,000 people were helped by these food pantries last year
 

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