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HUD’s Section IV program provides grants to community development nonprofits to support their operations and staff capacity. This critical, flexible funding has enabled many of our partners to grow and increase their programming and organizational development.
Since opening its doors in 1998, Buffalo LISC has awarded a total of $3.4 million in Section IV support grants to 12 partner community development corporations. This funding has increased the capacity of our local CDC partners in targeted neighborhoods to assist underserved communities in meeting their community development needs. With support from Section IV program, our partners are better equipped to plan and carry out larger scale development activities.
"Heart of the City has been strengthening neighborhoods since 1998, and working with strategic partners like LISC encouraged us to make a significant shift in the way we work," said Stephanie Simeon, executive director of Heart of the City Neighborhoods, Inc. "LISC has been key in helping us think of what we do as leverage towards creating more sustainable communities throughout Buffalo. LISC has encouraged us to think beyond our ‘service area’ and think more about communities in need of our services."
Supporting the staffing capacity of our local CDC's has lead to visible change happening on the ground in the neighborhoods they serve. Section IV funds allow for groups to expand their staff, develop strategic plans, and expand their community engagment efforts, which enables them to tackle more neighborhood revitalization projects in their target areas.
Belmont Housing Resources' mission is to expand affordable housing opportunities throughout Western New York.
Buffalo Urban Development Corporation (BUDC) is the City of Buffalo's not-for-profit development agency, reclaiming distressed land and buildings for future development.
Heart of the City Neighborhoods, Inc. is a not-for-profit corporation dedicated to creating programs that improve the quality of residential housing and developing sustainable projects to support Buffalo’s core communities.
University District Community Development Association, Inc. (UDCDA) has provided housing and human services to area residents since 1976.
See the presentation from our recent Q&A session on the lastest Section IV Request for Partnerships!