Richmond-area non-profits receive funding to increase affordable housing
RICHMOND, Va. (WWBT) – Richmond-area non-profits have received grant funding to help increase affordable housing in the Greater Richmond region.
PlanRVA and the Partnership for Housing Affordability announced the recipients of a $3 million grant program funded by Virginia Housing.
“Ten projects were awarded grants that represent a $2.45 million investment and will result in 263 new affordable housing units,” a release said.
The organizations awarded funding include Better Housing Coalition, Habitat for Humanity – Goochland County, Habitat for Humanity – Powhatan, Hanover and King William Habitat for Humanity, Maggie Walker Community Land Trust, project: HOMES, Richmond Metropolitan Habitat for Humanity and Virginia Supportive Housing.