Learn About Our Grantees
Learn more about our Rural and Native American Program grantees and what they have accomplished with Section 4 Grants that were used for capacity building, technical assistance, design, finance, community development and affordable housing projects.
|New Sash-Supported Housing Planned for Champlain Islands, Vermont
Cathedral Square Corporation, who created the now nationally recognized Support and Services at Home – SASH®– program, continues to provide care coordination as part of their resident services program.
|Section 4 Funding Supports Affordable Housing for Seniors and Native American Veterans
Akwesasne Housing Authority (AHA) used Section 4 funding that enabled the St Regis Mohawk Tribe to expand its Sunrise Acres Complex, which now includes Sunrise Acres Supportive Housing (SASH). The grand opening of SASH was held in December, and residents began moving in on February 1.
|Overcoming Hurdles to Help Build Affordable Housing
Blue River Services (BRS) was founded in 1959 to assist people with disabilities through a continuum of individualized services and supports, like vocational training and employment assistance.
|Mississippi CDFI Uses Data and Expertise to Address Cycles of Poverty
For many in the Mississippi Delta, homeownership is unattainable. Even with average home values at only $105,700, 44 percent of Mississippi renters are housing cost-burdened and 14% of Mississippians overall are severely housing cost-burdened.
|Cultural Resiliency on Alaska's Annette Island
On Annette Island in Southeast Alaska, the Metlakatla Indian Community used a $50,000 Section 4 grant for their “Harvesting Sm’algyax” community garden.
|New Homes For Farmworkers in Washington
The Washington Office of Rural and Farmworker Housing is using Section 4 funding to increase their capacity to bring affordable homes to farmworkers in Washington State.
|Transitioning Native Families From Renters to Homeowners
The Lakota Funds Incorporated received a $50,000 Section 4 grant to convert its Eagle Nest Low Income Housing Tax Credit rental homes into homeownership properties for tribal members.
|Creating More Affordable Rental Homes in Rural Ohio
Enterprise’s Rural and Native American Initiative awarded YSH a $35,000 grant to support staff capacity in furthering initiatives and policies to achieve comprehensive sustainability, inclusion, and affordability in their high opportunity community