Housing Affordability Trust Awards $5.8 million


June 21, 2017

The Housing Affordability Trust (HAT) today announced a $5.8 million donation to several Birmingham-based organizations. HAT’s mission is to fund Affordable Housing-related projects and programs.

In evaluating the applications, HAT was looking for organizations with a track record of success. The Trust also considered how many people the funded project or program would serve and how it could best meet their needs.

This year’s grantees include:

  • Boys and Girls Club of Central Alabama $ 15,900.00
  • Woodlawn Foundation $ 250,000.00
  • Collat Jewish Family Services $ 75,000.00
  • Community Partnership of Alabama 2 $ 71,000.00
  • Community Partnership of Alabama 1 $ 79,300.00
  • First Light Shelter $ 50,000.00
  • Girls Inc $ 180,000.00
  • Heart Gallery $ 25,000.00
  • Hispanic Interest Coalition $ 84,828.00
  • Jefferson County Housing Authority- Shelter Plus $ 205,000.00
  • Jefferson County Housing Authority- Interactive Web $ 100,000.00
  • Jefferson County Housing Authority-Clerk of Works $100,000.00
  • NAHMA Educational Foundation $ 100,000.00
  • Neighborhood Housing Services $ 100,000.00
  • United Cerebral Palsy $ 4,000.00
  • United Cerebral Palsy $ 7,500.00
  • United Way of Central Alabama $ 150,133.60
  • United Way of Central Alabama $ 150,500.00
  • United Way of Central Alabama $ 95,870.00
  • Habitat for Humanity $ 100,000.00
  • HA of Birmingham District $ 1,757,463.51
  • Jefferson County Housing Authority- Hickory Ridge III & IV $ 300,000.00
  • Jefferson County Housing Authority- Fultondale $ 700,000.00
  • Jefferson County Housing Authority- Brookside Community Center Renovation $200,000.00
  • Jefferson County Housing Authority $ 118,447.00
  • One Place Family Justice Center $ 250,000.00
  • YWCA – Affordable Housing $ 494,245.00

The Housing Affordability Trust congratulates these organizations and thanks them for their

commitment to affordable housing.

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