Children and Youth Funding Report

Federal Funding Notices - HUD Super Nofa

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(EARLY EDUCATION) HUD Offers $3.6M for Choice Neighborhoods Planning

Agency: Housing & Urban Development Dept. (Office of Public & Indian Housing; Office of Multifamily Housing); Program: Choice Neighborhoods Initiative: Planning Grants (CFDA Number: 14.889) (Funding Opportunity Number: FR-5500-N-17); Eligibility: Public housing authorities, local governments...

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(FUNDING FORECAST) HUD to Release CoC Homeless Notice Soon

Agency: Housing & Urban Development Dept. (Office of Community Planning & Development); Program: Continuum of Care (CoC) (Funding Opportunity Number: FR-5415-N-17):  Supportive Housing Program (SHP) (CFDA Number: 14.235); Shelter Plus Care (S+C) (CFDA Number: 14.238); and Sec. 8 Moderat...

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(POVERTY) HUD to Expand McKinney-Vento to Include Prevention Efforts

The Housing and Urban Development Dept. (HUD) wants to expand the $2.1 billion McKinney-Vento Homeless Assistance competitive grants programs to include efforts that provide homelessness prevention and permanent supportive housing for homeless persons and those homeless families with special needs. ...

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(CHART) Changing Priorities at HUD

  Changing Priorities at HUD Priorities 2009 2010 Priority 1   Increase Homeownership Opportunities. (1) expand national homeownership opportunities. (2) increase minority homeownership. (3) make the home buying process less complicated and less expensive. (4)...

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(TABLE) HUD Funding Opportunities Anticipated for FY 2010

  HUD Funding Opportunities Anticipated for FY 2010 Program Office Program Estimated Time for NOFA Publication 1.      Office of Sustainable Housing and Communities (OSHC) Sustainable Communities Regional Planning Grants June 2010 2....

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(NEW FUNDING) HUD 2010 Grants Benefit Wider Range of Groups

Taking a sharp departure from its overall mission of creating affordable housing, the Housing and Urban Development Dept.'s (HUD) 2010 grants seek to reward applicants who address not only housing, but a variety of social issues, including early childhood education. In what is good news for educati...

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(EARLY LEARNING) New HUD Grants Will Require Early Learning Link

   In what is good news for education and after school grant-seekers, the Housing and Urban Development Dept. (HUD) will require applicants for its FY 2010 competitions to link their applications to early-learning programs. HUD released the guidelines for its FY 2010 Notice of Funding ...

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(UNDERSERVED) HUD Releases Guidelines for After School Grants

The Housing and Urban Development Dept. (HUD) releases the guidelines for its FY 2010 Notice of Funding Availability (NOFA), offering some details about upcoming HUD competitions that are open to after school groups and nonprofits seeking education-related funding. The guidance is part of a multipa...

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(EARLY CHILDHOOD EDUCATION) Agency To Emphasize Early Education as Part of $65M in Neighborhood Funding

The Housing and Urban Development Dept. (HUD) plans to reward applicants that include early childhood education components as part of their submissions to the $65 million Choice Neighborhoods Initiative (CNI) discretionary grants competition this year. In a HUD pre-funding Notive of Funding Applic...

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(HOMELESS) Registration Deadline Set for Continuum of Care Program

(Registration Deadline: June 4) The Housing & Urban Development Dept. (HUD) sets the deadline for applicants to register to submit proposals for its Continuum of Care (CoC) grant program. The CoC Registration Notice provides instructions to potential applicants planning on applying for the appr...

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