Available Grants for Home Repair

Each year, Saginaw-Shiawassee Habitat for Humanity applies for grant funds to support critical home repair requests and  home preservation requests for homeowners, as well as separate grants for military veteran homeowners. Wondering what is the right program for you? Please do not hesitate to reach out to our office at 989-753-5200 x 210. See the charts below to see if you fall within the correct income limits.

A huge thanks to the grantors below who make this all possible!

If you live in Saginaw or Shiawassee County, the following grants are available:

Neighborhood Impact Program, up to $7,500 for critical home repairs and Accessibility Modifications Program, up to $15,000 for handicap-accessibility are funded by the Federal Home Loan Bank of Indianapolis with the help of member financial institutions.

Partner member institutions submitting grants to Federal Home Loan Bank of Indianapolis are as follows:

                          

 

 

Habitat for Humanity of Michigan manages a Priority Home Repair Grant of$5,000 is funded by the following:

           

The Priority Home Repair Grant is managed through:

 

 

The Veterans Repair Program through Habitat for Humanity International manages funds from The Home Depot Foundation to serve veterans with up to $15,000 in critical repairs for the homes in which they live:

          

 

 

The PenFed Foundation provides $12,500 in funding for critical home repairs for non-combat veterans and $15,000 for combat veterans. This money is managed by the Federal Home Loan Bank of Atlanta: