HUD grantees receive funding from HUD to support HUD's mission to create strong, sustainable, inclusive communities and quality affordable homes for all. HUD grantees include state and local governments, non-profit and for-profit organizations, public housing authorities, and tribal entities.
HUD Exchange grantee pages are currently available for: CDBG, CoC, ESG, HOME, HOPWA, HTF, and NSP grantees.
|State||Organization Name||Programs||Last HUD Award|
|DC||Catholic Charities - Archdiocese of Washington||CoC||2018|
|DC||Coalition for the Homeless of Washington||CoC||2014|
|DC||Community Connections of Washington, DC||CoC||2018|
|DC||Community Family Life Services||CoC||2014|
|DC||Community Partnership for the Prevention of Homelessness, The||CoC||2018|
|DC||DC-500 - District of Columbia CoC||CoC||2018|
|DC||Families Forward - Washington, DC||CoC||2014|
|DC||House of Ruth - District of Columbia||CoC||2018|
|DC||National Housing Trust||NSP||2010|
|DC||Pathways to Housing - Washington, DC||CoC||2018|
|DC||Sasha Bruce Youthwork||CoC||2018|
|DC||So Others May Eat (SOME)||CoC||2015|
|DC||Washington, DC||CDBG, CoC, Emergency Shelter Grants Program, ESG, HOME, HOPWA, HTF, NSP||2020|