Norfolk Department of Housing and Community Development (NDHCD) is pleased to announce the availability of $4,517,686, in HOME Investment Partnerships American Rescue Plan (HOME-ARP) funding for the purpose of: the development of affordable rental housing; tenant-based rental assistance; the acquisition and development of non-congregate shelters; and the provision of supportive services.
Donor Name: City of Norfolk
Type of Grant: Grant
Size of the Grant: $4,517,686
Grant Duration: 5 years
Preliminary applications will function as a request for concepts to inform the US Housing and Urban Development (HUD)-required HOME-ARP Allocation Plan, which details how the city intends to address the needs of qualifying populations through eligible program activities. The preliminary application stage is meant to gauge priorities, interest, and feasibility for proposed activities that aim to address the need for homelessness assistance and supportive services. Therefore, applications will not be assessed for funding at this stage. However, preliminary applications are a required pre-requisite to be invited to complete a full application.
Local nonprofit organizations, quasi-governmental agencies, for-profit developers, and supportive service providers are highly encouraged to submit preliminary applications to be reviewed by NDHCD staff to include as proposed activities within Norfolk’s HOME-ARP Allocation Plan, dependent upon adherence to program purpose, requirements, and need.
- Funds Available: $4,517,686.00
- Grants may be provided as one-time or up to a five-year term.
- The lead organization applying for the grant must have an IRS designation of 501(c)(3) or be a government or quasi-government agency.
- Eligible applicants must be authorized to conduct business in Virginia and be a managing member or general partner of the project ownership entity.
- Eligible applicants are limited to:
- Units of local government, including cities, towns and counties;
- Quasi-governmental agencies;
- Nonprofit organizations; and
- For-profit organizations.
- The applicant is the entity that will:
- Execute the application;
- Receive NDHCD communications;
- Exercise sole authority to make decisions regarding the project; and
- Execute NDHCD funding agreement, if the application is approved for HOME-ARP funding.
For more information, visit City of Norfolk.