Affordable Housing Grant Opportunities

Housing for Everyone Competition - TD Charitable Foundation - Application Deadline is October 28, 2021 
The TD Charitable Foundation, the Bank’s charitable giving arm, is committing $5.8 million to help non-profits to strengthen their capacity to help people achieve financial security in a changing world. This year’s competition is offering grants ranging from $150,000 - $250,000 to help affordable housing providers continue, or increase capacity to offer needed resident services like workforce development and eviction prevention.

Indian Community Development Block Grant - Housing and Urban Development (HUD) - Application deadline is October 25 at 11:59:59 pm Eastern Standard
The objective of the Indian Community Development Block Grant (ICDBG) program is the development of viable Indian and Alaska Native communities, including the creation of decent housing, suitable living environments, and economic opportunities primarily for persons of low-and moderate-income. Must be eligible as an Indian tribe or tribal organization. Funding Opportunity Number: FR-6500-N-23

Community Possible Grant Program - The US Bank Foundation - rolling deadline
The U.S. Bank Foundation's Community Possible Grant Program will provide grants to non-profit organizations in 25 states served by the Bank that advance the following funding priorities: Play, focusing on artistic and enrichment learning; Work, focusing on workforce education and economic prosperity; and Home, focusing on neighborhood stability and revitalization. This year, the Foundation is moving to an invitation only application; however, it will accept letters of interest to identify organizations with unique and innovative programs that fit within its areas of interest.

Community Giving Grants - Wells Fargo - rolling deadline
Focuses on organizations that are strategically aligned with funding priorities: housing affordability, small business growth and financial health.

Non-Profit Training Resource Fund -  TD Bank - rolling deadline
Grants to attend classes/courses for employees of community-based organizations in states on the East Coast which have a mission/focus that promotes one of the following: Affordable housing for low- to moderate-income individuals; Increased economic (small business) development; Financial literacy for low- and moderate-income youth, individuals or families; After-school or extracurricular programming for low- and moderate-income children.