First Nations receives grant for housing programs
Last Updated: 14:31 June 24, 2014
The grant is given through HUD's Office of Native American Programs.
Longmont-based First Nations is a nonprofit that assists Native American organizations and tribes in their economic development through various grassroots projects.
Technical assistance and training will cover financial and fiscal management, governance and organizational development, construction, environmental review, procurement, self-monitoring, audit preparation, program income, homebuyer education, youth activities, and other issues in Native communities.
The opportunities are based on a demand-response process requested through HUD's Office of Native American Programs, said Randy Blauvelt, First Nations' senior communications officer.
The agreement will benefit American Indian and Alaska Native tribal governments, tribal members, the Department of Native Hawaiian Home Lands, Native Hawaiians and other Native American organizations.
More breaking news...
Famous Brands to expand in the United Arab Emirates
Boulder Brands to discuss 2Q earnings Aug. 7
Colo. State Forest Service wins wood-energy grant
The webcast will begin at 7:30 a.m. Mountain Time and will be a listen-only format.
The grant will be used to establish wood-energy