Request a Grant Writer Grants to USA and territories nonprofit community development corporations for economic development projects that will benefit low-income families and individuals. Applicants are advised to verify or create the required registrations well in advance of the deadline date.
Microenterprise Business Development Program Community Development Corporation CDC Microenterprise Program provides funds on a competitive basis to eligible Community Development Corporations to assist with the development of local microenterprise businesses.
Microenterprises are commonly defined as for-profit entities with fewer than five employees, one of whom owns the business. New Horizons Fair Housing Assistance Program The New Horizons Fair Housing Assistance Program provides funds Education opportunities for low income communities local governments, or consortia of local governments, to affirmatively further fair housing in addition to those activities funded through the standard fair housing program.
Ohio Brownfield Fund The Ohio Brownfield Fund is a collection of funding sources that can be used to help plan, assess, and remediate brownfields throughout the state.
A brownfield is a piece of property whose redevelopment is complicated by the potential presence of environmental contaminants such as hazardous substances, asbestos, lead-based paint, and petroleum.
Brownfield redevelopment allows a community to reclaim and improve its lands, making property viable for new development. The program seeks projects that result in the maximum conversion or use of Ohio coal as a fuel or chemical feedstock in a cost-effective and environmentally acceptable manner.
The aggregate principal amount of money borrowed, bonds and other obligations issued by the state for this program is not to exceed one hundred million dollars. Ohio Community Reivestment Area The Community Reinvestment Areas program provides local real property tax incentives for residents and business that invest in designated areas of Ohio.
The designated areas are created and administered by the municipality or county in which it is located, and the area must be formally confirmed by the director of Development Services Agency. Real property investors meeting the local criteria thresholds must apply to the municipality or county for the real property tax exemption.
Ohio Enterprise Zone Program The Ohio Enterprise Zone Program provides real property tax incentives for businesses that expand or locate in Ohio and may provide personal property tax incentives for those qualifying businesses that continue to pay personal property tax.
Municipalities or counties must apply to the director of Development Services Agency to have a zone certified in their jurisdiction.
Ohio Historic Preservation Tax Credit Program Ohio Historic Preservation Tax Credit Program provides a 25 percent tax credit for the rehabilitation expenses to owners and lessees of historically significant buildings. The program is competitive and receives applications bi-annually in March and September.
Ohio New Markets Tax Credit Program The Ohio New Markets Tax Credit Program helps to finance business investments in low-income communities by providing investors with state tax credits in exchange for delivering below-market-rate investment options to Ohio businesses.
Community Development Entities CDEs apply to the program for allocation authority, and work with investors to make qualified low-income community investments. The attractiveness of the tax credit helps to spark revitalization in communities of all types and sizes.
Qualified Energy Project Tax Exemption The Qualified Energy Project Tax Exemption promotes the deployment of alternative energy sources in Ohio by exempting the public utility tangible personal property tax and the real property tax for "energy facilities" in favor of an affordable, fixed annual payment in lieu of taxes for the life of the facility.
Owners of large "energy facilities" must repair roadways damaged in the construction of the facility, train and equip emergency personnel, develop relationships with members of the university system of Ohio to promote education in alternative energy, and remain in compliance with all applicable federal, state, and local regulations.
Roadwork Development Roadwork Development funds are available for public roadway improvements, including engineering and design costs. Funds are available for projects primarily involving manufacturing, research and development, high technology, corporate headquarters, and distribution activity.
Projects must typically create or retain jobs. Grants are usually provided to a local jurisdiction and require local participation. Each state is allocated grant funding to address energy priorities such as adopting emerging renewable energy and energy efficiency technologies.
Supportive Housing Program The Supportive Housing Program SHP provides funding for operations and limited funding for services in permanent supportive housing and facility-based transitional housing programs for low- and moderate-income citizens.We envision a public education system that expands opportunity for all students – but particularly for students in low-income communities and students of color – and allows them to gain the skills and knowledge necessary to succeed in the workplace.
Poverty also encompasses low levels of health and education, poor access to clean water and sanitation, inadequate physical security, lack of voice, and insufficient capacity and opportunity .
This discretionary grant program is designed to increase the number of low-income students who are prepared to enter and succeed in postsecondary education.
Gifted and Talented Students The purpose is to serve students (particularly the economically disadvantaged, disabled, or limited English proficient) who have been underrepresented in gifted and talented programs.
In order to improve health in this country, the health sector must work closely with those who plan and build communities, especially the community development and finance organizations that work in low-income neighborhoods to build child care centers, schools, grocery stores, community health clinics, and affordable housing.
One persistent challenge for educational policymakers and planners related to the potential use of informational and communication technologies (ICTs) in remote, low income communities around the world is that most products, services, usage models, expertise, and research related to ICT use in education come from high-income contexts and.
These changes have placed great strains on America's decentralized approach to public education, particularly in schools serving large numbers of children from low-income families.