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This is a sample proposal. Our sample is a proposal from a community-based non-profit organization seeking private foundation funding to form a new low-income housing management company
I. PROJECT DESCRIPTION
A. Brief statement of problem to be addressed
Neighborhood Improvement Association, Inc. (NIA) is requesting a grant to strengthen the capacity of our organization by funding the anticipated two-year planning, development, implementation, start-up and expansion period for our new housing management company.
Our successful joint-venture bid to manage 250 units of multi-family low-income homeownership housing, owned by the City, kicks-off our expanded management program to attract working individuals and families back to an economically revitalizing area, and continue to stabilize and rebuild the economic base of this community.
However, our current organizational structure does not include the requisite separate housing management company prescribed by the City in order to be qualified to enter into municipal contracts to manage certain City-owned properties.
We will create a subsidiary housing management company structured to develop a public/private partnership tailored to meet the City’s criteria.
We will then be able to contract with the City to manage a portion of the 2,500 occupied City-owned scattered-site substandard and inadequately maintained housing units in the community area we serve.
The new housing management company will also enable us to, independently and more effectively, manage the buildings that we currently own and manage.