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Image of Governor Terry Branstad and Congressman Tom Latham Celebrate $50 Million in Housing Grants for State of Iowa

12/20/2013

Governor Terry Branstad, Congressman Tom Latham and the Federal Home Loan Bank of Des Moines celebrated a milestone of over $50 million in statewide grants for the creation and preservation of affordable housing in Iowa.

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Image of Congressman Keith Ellison Announces $3.2 million in Housing Grants for Minneapolis Area

12/17/2013

 Congressman Keith Ellison announced $3.2 million in housing development and grants in the Minneapolis, Golden Valley and Robbinsdale communities. The affordable housing projects were funded by eight separate grants awarded through the Federal Home Loan Bank of Des Moines Strong Communities Fund.

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Image of Kansas City to Benefit from Housing Grants

04/03/2013

 Paint is peeling. The roof is in bad shape. The windows are drafty. For 30 Kansas City homeowners and the residents of the Kansas City Rescue Mission Men’s Center, this situation will soon only be a memory. Congressman Emanuel Cleaver announced that two housing projects will benefit from $600,000 in grants from the Federal Home Loan Bank of Des Moines Affordable Housing Program.

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Image of Senator Johnson Celebrates $2.0 Million in Grants to South Dakota

04/03/2013

 A nearly two million-dollar makeover is on its way to South Dakota. Seven organizations in the state will use Federal Home Loan Bank of Des Moines Affordable Housing Program funds to rehab hundreds of properties. Senator Tim Johnson announced the $1.9 million in new funding during a grant celebration held in Sioux Falls.

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Image of Congressman Wm. Lacy Clay Announces St. Louis Neighborhoods Receive $2.0 million in Housing Grants

02/12/2013

Congressman Lacy Clay announced over $2.0 million in Affordable Housing Program grants to the St. Louis area on February 11. The grants, awarded to five area non-profits and supported by local financial institutions, will improve living conditions for low-income families with children, disabled persons and elderly individuals. The funds are targeted to communities that have some of the oldest housing in the city. Many of the homes are in need of necessary improvements, such as new roofs or foundations.

 

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