New York State Homes and Community Renewal (HCR) - Housing Trust Fund Corporation (HTFC) - Office of Community Renewal (OCR)
09/23/22 4:00 PM EST
Grants to New York nonprofit organizations and local government agencies to assist senior citizens with critical home repairs that help prevent and correct health and safety hazards. Applicants must complete required registrations prior to applying. Funding is intended to support home repairs for individuals over the age of 60 who lack the financial means to cover the cost of the project.
The Residential Emergency Services to Offer (Home) Repairs to the Elderly (RESTORE) program provides financial resources to assist senior citizen homeowners with the cost of addressing emergencies and code violations that pose a threat to their health and safety or affect the livability of their home. Assistance for the cost of these critical repairs will enable seniors to continue to live independently in their homes.
An eligible participant must meet the following criteria:
Grant funds may be used to assist homeowners with emergency repairs or addressing code violations. An eligible emergency repair eliminates a hazardous condition or deficiency that poses an immediate threat to the life, health, or safety of the elderly homeowner.
For additional information, see: https://hcr.ny.gov/system/files/documents/2022/07/2022-ocr-state-hsg-prgms-rfa_final.pdf#page=23
GrantWatch ID#: 173688
The minimum request amount is $75,000. The maximum request amount is $200,000.
A maximum of $10,000 per building is allowable. This cap is inclusive of hard costs for accessibility modifications, soft costs, and project delivery fees.
The grant agreement term shall not exceed twenty-four (24) months.
Before starting your grant application, please review the funding source's website listed below for updates/changes/addendums/conferences/LOIs.
Apply online (from August 10): https://apps.hcr.ny.gov/SingleSignon/?ReturnUrl=%2fcdonline%2fmenu.aspx
Complete and return the SHARS-CDOL registration form to OCRInfo@hcr.ny.gov.
Applicants may request, based on demonstrated need, to submit a paper application in lieu of using the CDOL system. Requests may be emailed to OCRinfo@hcr.ny.gov or mailed to:
NYS Homes and Community Renewal
Office of Community Renewal
Hampton Plaza, 38-40 State Street, 4th Floor South
Albany, NY 12207
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