Funding Programs

 


Details on funding application and availability for 2019 – 2020 is found under each program page listed below for Continuum Care, Emergency Solutions Grant, Community Development Block Grant, Home Investment Partnership Program, Housing Trust Fund, and Strategic Partnership Funds.

 


HUD Funding Programs

HUD Funding Programs include Community Development Block Grant, Continuum of Care, Emergency Solutions Grant and HOME Investment Partnerships.

 


Housing Trust Fund

 

The City of Asheville’s Housing Trust Fund was created in the year 2000 to provide a source of local funding to assist in the development of affordable housing in Asheville.

 


Strategic Partnership Funds

 

Strategic Partnership Funds are locally paid for out of the City’s general fund. The Strategic Partnership Fund provides funding for nonprofit organizations that serve Asheville residents.

 

 

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