Foundation / Corporation
Wells Fargo Housing Foundation
Grants to USA nonprofit housing organizations in eligible states for housing initiatives that benefit low-to-moderate-income families in the funding source's service area. Funding will be provided for programs and services focusing on homebuyer counseling, homebuyer education, and foreclosure prevention activities.
The Wells Fargo Housing Foundation seeks to collaborate with established local and national nonprofit housing organizations that demonstrate the ability to create affordable and sustainable housing initiatives serving low- to moderate-income households, including seniors, veterans, and underserved families and individuals.
- Homebuyer counseling: Counselor-to-client assistance that addresses unique financial circumstances and housing issues, and focuses on overcoming specific obstacles to achieve housing goals such as: repairing credit, locating cash for a down payment, recognizing predatory lending practices, understanding fair lending and fair housing requirements, avoiding foreclosure, or resolving a financial crisis. Includes credit and budget counseling efforts.
- Homebuyer education: Education with an established curriculum and instructional goals, provided in a group or classroom setting or other formats (such as online), that covers such homeownership topics as the homebuying process, how to maintain a home, budgeting, the importance of good credit, and other homebuying related subjects. Pre-homebuyer education includes 4 to 8 hour workshops. Post-homebuyer education includes reverse-mortgage education efforts.
- Foreclosure prevention: Counseling efforts designed to help families keep homes that are facing foreclosure and stabilize the overall housing market. Provides information and assistance to avoid foreclosure
GrantWatch ID#: 178345
Grant funding must be used within one year of grant award date.
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Wells Fargo Housing Foundation
300 Hwy 169 S., 4th Floor
St. Louis Park, MN 55426
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