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2013 Housing for Everyone Grant Competition Recipients

The TD Charitable Foundation, funded by TD Bank, America's Most Convenient Bank® is pleased to announce the 25 recipients of the 2013 Housing for Everyone Neighborhood Revitalization and Stabilization grant competition. Award winners from Maine to Florida received a total of $2.5 million in grants to support affordable housing initiatives.

Grant awards of $100,000 were given to non-profits looking to revitalize and stabilize neighborhoods that have been adversely impacted by recent events through the creation or re-creation of affordable, clean, and safe housing units.

The winning organizations, as well as the total donation per market, include:

  • Connecticut: $100,000 donated to Mutual Housing of Greater Hartford
  • Florida: $300,000 total donated to Neighborhood Housing and Development Corporation, Mid Florida Housing Partnership, Inc., Habitat for Humanity of Greater Miami, Inc.
  • Maine: $100,000 donated to Community Housing of Maine
  • Maryland: $100,000 donated to TRF Development Partners, Inc.
  • Massachusetts: $300,000 total donated to Valley Community Development Corporation, Twin Cities Community Development Corporation, Lawrence Community Works
  • New Hampshire: $100,000 donated to Neighborworks Greater Manchester
  • New Jersey: $200,000 total donated to Garden State Episcopal Community Development Corporation, Housing and Neighborhood Development Services, Inc. (HANDS)
  • New York: $500,000 total donated to Women in Need, Inc., Long Island Housing Partnership, Inc., Community League of the Heights (CLOTH), Rural Ulster Preservation Company, Inc., Women's Housing and Economic Development Corporation
  • North Carolina: $100,000 donated to Mountain Housing Opportunities, Inc.
  • Pennsylvania: $400,000 total donated to New Kensington Community Development Corporation, Asociacion Puertorriquenos en Marcha, Inc., Impact Services Corp., Intercommunity Action, Inc.
  • South Carolina: $100,000 donated to Homes of Hope, Inc.
  • Rhode Island: $100,000 donated to Pawtucket Citizens Development Corporation
  • Vermont: $100,000 donated to Champlain Housing Trust