Arizona Housing Fund seeks grant applications for permanent, supportive housing projects

By Digital Free Press

The Arizona Housing Fund, a private philanthropic effort to raise funds for additional permanent, supportive housing, has announced Arizona nonprofit agencies that build and operate permanent affordable housing can apply for grant funding.

Arizona Housing Fund equity grants will enable more housing units to be constructed, with the goal of reducing the number of people experiencing homelessness in the state, according to a press release.

“We have been working to establish a streamlined process and we are looking forward to now directing funding where it’s needed, when it’s needed,” said Arizona Housing Fund Founder Howard Epstein in a prepared statement. “The ultimate goal is to provide more housing for Arizonans experiencing homelessness as soon as possible.”


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