Nonprofits who have already been pre-qualified by LISC, based on their history of developing supportive housing and managing grant funds can apply for funding with a simplified application.
Those who have not yet been pre-qualified by LISC, can complete the RFQ (Request For Qualification) application. Once approved, they can fill out an AZHF grant application when the need for funding arises.
HOUSING FOR HOPE (housing affiliate of Catholic Charities Community Services) received a $150,000 grant for their Pinyon Pointe Apartments project in Page, Ariz. to convert a 20-unit apartment complex into permanent supportive housing for formerly homeless.
HOUSING SOLUTIONS FOR NORTHERN ARIZONA received a $150,000 grant for Jo Jo’s Place Transitional Housing in Flagstaff, Ariz. to provide 30 units of transitional housing to households experiencing homelessness in Flagstaff.
NATIVE AMERICAN CONNECTIONS received a $100,000 grant for their Osborn Pointe project, which will provide 48 units of permanent supportive housing for chronically homeless or disabled adults in Phoenix.