HOPE Partnership, Inc. has received a $4,000 grant from the Community Foundation of Middlesex County. The grant will be used to train HOPE staff to act as an administrator for approved affordable housing developments throughout the shoreline area; both for HOPE projects as well as third party projects.
Tony Lyons, Board President of HOPE Partnership, states: “HOPE is often asked to work with other affordable housing owners and developers to assist them in qualifying prospective tenants or buyers. This grant will allow our staff to receive necessary training to provide this service.”
HOPE Partnership is a non-profit organization dedicated to developing affordable workforce housing opportunities in Southern Middlesex County. HOPE’s philosophy is to collaborate with town government, builders, and other private partners to build housing that is attractive, sustainable and appropriate to the surrounding neighborhood.
For more information on HOPE Partnership Inc, or how you can support its community outreach, contact Loretta McCluskey at (860) 388-9513, or email@example.com or visit our website, www.hope-ct.org
The Community Foundation of Middlesex County is a nonprofit organization dedicated to improving the quality of life in Middlesex County, and to help Good People Do Great Things. Its two-fold mission is: (1) to work with charitably-minded individuals and organizations to build permanent endowments and other charitable funds; and (2) to support local nonprofit organizations through effective grant making, in order to address community needs, as well as Let Good Grow. Since its founding in 1997, the Community Foundation has provided 2,068 grants, totaling more than $6 million, to organizations for the arts, cultural and heritage programs, educational activities, animal welfare, environmental improvements, and for health and human services. To learn more, contact the Community Foundation at 860.347.0025, or info@MiddlesexCountyCF.org