Economic Development Initiative-Special Project, Neighborhood Initiative and Miscellaneous Grants

What are the aims of the Economic Development Initiative-Special Project, Neighborhood Initiative and Miscellaneous Grants?

The annual appropriation of funds to the Department and the accompanying Conference Report or Congressional Record accompanying the appropriation set forth grants in a specified amount to designated organizations for the activities specified by Congress.

Who are eligible to apply for the Economic Development Initiative-Special Project, Neighborhood Initiative and Miscellaneous Grants?

The Conference Report or Congressional Record accompanying the annual appropriation of funds to the Department specifies the individual grantees eligible to receive the Economic Development Initiative-Special Project, Neighborhood Initiative and Miscellaneous Grants. These typically are nonprofit organizations, units of State or local government and Indian tribes.

How to Apply for the Economic Development Initiative-Special Project, Neighborhood Initiative and Miscellaneous Grants?

The Department invites each organization authorized by Congress to receive a grant to submit an application for grant funds. The Department provides each invited organization with the required application materials.

How much is the range and average of financial assistance of Economic Development Initiative-Special Project, Neighborhood Initiative and Miscellaneous Grants?

$50,000 – $5,000,000.

Where to send applications for the Economic Development Initiative-Special Project, Neighborhood Initiative and Miscellaneous Grants?

Francis P. McNally
451 7th Street, SW, Washington, District of Columbia 20912
Phone: (202) 402-7100
Email: Francis.P.McNally@hud.gov
Web Site Address: http://www.hud.gov/progdesc/cpdindx.cfm

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