Grant Opportunities

New Hampshire Housing offers several grant and education opportunities for nonprofits and community leaders involved in housing. 
Email comments@nhhfa.org for inquiries about any of these grants.

 

Emerging Opportunities Grant Program

The Emerging Opportunities Grant Program is an initiative of New Hampshire Housing to encourage and support new, innovative programs by non-profit organizations engaged in affordable housing activities. Funding is competitive and award amounts are based on an analysis of the proposals.

Download the current Request for Proposals

 

Housing Education and Advocacy Community Mini-Grant Program

This grant assists community leaders in efforts to promote an adequate and balanced housing supply. It is also available to local economic development groups, business groups, governments, service organizations, and regional economic development corporations. Grants of up to $5,000 may be awarded for the development of information and educational materials, targeted advertising, locally focused research activities, or other innovative methods and outreach activities designed to help reduce local resistance to housing development. View mini-grant brochure >>

Applications are accepted on a rolling basis. For more information on the grant program, including eligibility and application requirements, contact:

George Reagan
New Hampshire Housing
Housing Awareness Program Administrator 
603-310-9253
comments@nhhfa.org

 

Harvey Schwartz Housing Policy Education Fund

The Harvey Schwartz Housing Policy Education Fund provides individuals from the nonprofit and public sectors an opportunity to access training to improve their knowledge of and participation in housing policy issues statewide. Individuals employed by nonprofit organizations, as well as employees, appointed officials, and volunteers of county and municipal government, are eligible to receive up to $1,000 per event, per person. Applications are reviewed on a rolling basis. The award honors former NHHFA board member Harvey Schwartz's commitment and dedication to public affairs.