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Project Reinvest: Neighborhoods

Funding Opportunity

Project Reinvest: Neighborhoods provided grant funding to eligible 501(c)(3) nonprofit organizations to help stabilize and revitalize distressed communities suffering from the direct and/or indirect effects of the foreclosure crisis. Projects support and further existing multi-faceted, place-based initiatives working to transform communities.

On May 19, 2017, a total of $27.5 million was awarded to 55 grantees through a national competitive process. Each grant award is $500,000.

The anticipated performance period, May 2017-October 2018 (or as stipulated in the grant agreement), includes project implementation, progress monitoring, grant reporting and evaluation. All grant funded activities must be completed within the 18-month performance period as outlined in the grant agreement.


Anticipated Date
Funding announcement released Nov. 14, 2016
Application launch Nov. 28, 2016
Webinar on funding opportunity and application Dec. 1, 2016
Application closes Jan. 17, 2017, 8 p.m. ET
Application review period January-April 2017
Award determination May 19, 2017


Grant Awards

In September 2018, five existing organizations that received a Project Reinvest: Neighborhoods grant and scored highest during the initial grantee selection process, received additional funds for projects that will support:

  1. Existing work plan items that may benefit from additional funding.
  2. New activities that align with their community plan as well as the goals of Project Reinvest: Neighborhoods.
Beyond Housing, Inc. Pine Lawn, Missouri
Casa Familiar Inc. San Ysidro, California
Catalytic Development Funding Corp. of Northern Kentucky Covington, Kentucky
Champlain Housing Trust Burlington, Vermont
Charlotte-Mecklenburg Housing Partnership, Inc. Charlotte, North Carolina
Chinatown Community Development Center San Francisco, California
Coalition for a Better Acre Lowell, Massachusetts
Coalition for Responsible Community Development Los Angeles, California
Codman Square Neighborhood Development Corp. Dorchester, Massachusetts
CommonBond Communities St. Paul, Minnesota
Community Action Committee of the Lehigh Valley Bethlehem, Pennsylvania
Community Frameworks Spokane, Washington
Community Housing Initiatives Spencer, Iowa
DHIC, Inc. Raleigh, North Carolina
DuPage Habitat for Humanity Wheaton, Illinois
Eastern Market Corporation Detroit, Michigan
Four Bands Community Fund Eagle Butte, South Dakota
Greater Muncie, IN Habitat for Humanity, Inc. Muncie, Indiana
GROW South Dakota Sisseton, South Dakota
Habitat for Humanity of Kent County, Inc. Grand Rapids, Michigan
Habitat for Humanity of San Antonio, Inc. San Antonio, Texas
Hispanic Housing Development Corp. Chicago, Illinois
Home HeadQuarters, Inc. Syracuse, New York
Homewise, Inc. Santa Fe, New Mexico
Hudson River Housing, Inc. Poughkeepsie, New York
IFF Chicago, Illinois
Kalamazoo Neighborhood Housing Services, Inc. Kalamazoo, Michigan
LaCasa, Inc. Goshen, Indiana
Lawrence CommunityWorks, Inc. Lawrence, Massachusetts
LINC Community Revitalization, Inc. Grand Rapids, Michigan
LTSC Community Development Corp. Los Angeles, California
Midwest Minnesota Community Development Corp. Detroit Lakes, Minnesota
Milwaukee Habitat for Humanity Milwaukee, Wisconsin
Near Northwest Neighborhood, Inc. South Bend, Indiana
Neighborhood Development Services Ravenna, Ohio
Neighborhood Renaissance, Inc. West Palm Beach, Florida
NeighborWorks Blackstone River Valley Woonsocket, Rhode Island
NeighborWorks Columbus Columbus, Georgia
NeighborWorks Great Falls Great Falls, Montana
NeighborWorks of Western Vermont West Rutland, Vermont
NewVue Communities, Inc. Fitchburg, Massachusetts
ReBuild Metro, Inc. Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
Rebuilding Together Alexandria Alexandria, Virginia
Rebuilding Together Tampa Bay Tampa, Florida
Rural Neighborhoods, Inc. Florida City, Florida
Shores of Hope West Sacramento, California
South Middlesex Opportunity Council, Inc. Framingham, Massachusetts
The Conservation Fund Arlington, Virginia
The Enterprise Center Community Development Corp. Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
The Neighborhood Developers, Inc. Chelsea, Massachusetts
The Primavera Foundation, Inc. South Tucson, Arizona
United Housing, Inc. Memphis, Tennessee
United Way of the Ocoee Region, Inc. Cleveland, Tennessee
Urban Homeworks Minneapolis, Minnesota
West Angeles Community Development Corporation Los Angeles, California

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