NewsPublic Affairs / August 8, 2014

Indiana Seeking Local Partners To Fight Poverty

The Indiana Housing and Community Development Authority announced this week it's accepting applications for Innovative Community Collaboration projects. 2014-08-08T00:00:00-04:00

INDIANAPOLIS (AP) -- The state of Indiana is looking for local partners to collaborate on projects that address the needs of low-income households.

The Indiana Housing and Community Development Authority announced this week it's accepting applications for Innovative Community Collaboration projects. It says the program will provide up to $100,000 in total funding to one or more projects featuring partnerships between a community action agency and public or private not-for-profit agencies.

Agency officer Donna Billiard Wright says the grants support the development of new ideas and projects that target low- to moderate-income households.

The program is funded through a federal block grant designed to help community action agencies tackle the causes and conditions of poverty.

 

 

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