Renter's Assistance Fund
The renter’s assistance fund is funded by the public,
foundations and governmental agencies. It is administered by the board of
directors, grant writers and program administrators. The fund’s goals include
raising capital to assist homeless and low-income families to obtain
transitional and permanent housing by providing renter’s assistance up to 24
months while working with SWB Delivers Outreach Program Housing Counselors to
secure permanent housing.
The first round of funding includes a target of
3,600,000. This fund will serve approximately, 250 households with an average
monthly income of $2,000 residing in California counties, Alameda, San Francisco, Contra Costa, Santa Clara, San
Mateo, Solano, Marin, San Joaquin, Sonoma, and Napa. In addition, Ramsey County in Minnesota and Berk County in Pennsylvania.
Learn More About the Renter's Assistance Fund Program - Request a copy of the Renter's Assistance Fund Summary and Eligible Use of Funds Document. Send your request to firstname.lastname@example.org or call (510) 833-2154 Ext 5.