Baton Rouge Community Revitalization Fund Application

In June 2013, the US Department of Housing and Urban Development reached an historic conciliation agreement with Wells Fargo Bank, N.A. The agreement resulted from a federal housing discrimination complaint originally filed by the National Fair Housing Alliance (NFHA), GNOFHAC, and 12 other fair housing organizations around the country. The complaint alleged that Wells Fargo-owned properties in white neighborhoods were much better maintained and marketed than homes in African-American and Latino neighborhoods, which would be a violation of the Fair Housing Act. As part of the agreement, GNOFHAC will administer a fund to provide programs and services to promote homeownership, neighborhood stabilization, property rehabilitation, and development in communities of color.

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GNOFHAC is making grant funding available to non-profit organizations in Baton Rouge for projects that meet the following Community Revitalization Fund goals:

  • Stabilize poor and minority neighborhoods impacted by predatory lending and high foreclosure rates.
  • Promote fair housing choice and inclusive communities.
  • Support affordable rental housing and homeownership opportunities in communities of color.

Please review the following guidelines to determine if you are eligible and if you would like to submit a proposal.


To apply, applicants must submit the proposal and all required documents in pdf format, by email to The application deadline is March 14, 2014, 5:00 pm CT.

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Posted by decubingon 02/12/2014and categorized as Blog, Press Releases, Uncategorized