The Kresge Foundation is offering a funding opportunity that aims to support innovative, multi-sector solutions to housing instability, generated by community residents, that improve housing affordability and quality through policy and practice changes.
The Foundation seeks to identify and accelerate community-led policy and system changes that reduce displacement, segregation and gentrification, support innovative funding strategies that better connect housing and health sectors and recognize multi-sector partnerships that preserve and increase the supply of stable housing for improved health, well-being and health equity in low-income communities.
Planning grants (up to one year $100,000) and general operating support and programmatic grants (up to two years, $200,000 per year) are being made available.
It is anticipated that there will be additional funding opportunities in this category in late 2018 and 2019.
For more information, please see the official funding announcement here.