Decent Housing - $25,000 Grantee
To stabilize and strengthen neighborhoods, United Housing helps families reinvest in their communities through homeownership. The nonprofit provides tools to strengthen its customers’ financial stability, to educate customers about purchasing a home, and to increase customers’ access to mainstream financial institutions. The Community Foundation grant will be used to translate United Housing’s traditional Homebuyer Education class into a mobile Homebuyer Education workshop. The certified curriculum will help 300 Binghampton and Crosstown residents learn the fundamental mechanics of financial literacy and homeownership.
You can make an online donation with a credit card or through your donor-advised fund at United Housing's LIVEGIVEmidsouth.org profile. Click "Donate Now" and designate MLK50: The Next Step Forward in the "Special Instructions" field.
To learn more about the MLK50: The Next Step Forward grant round and see other grantees and finalists, click here.