Home Repair Grant Available

This Memorial Day, HomeStrong USA will be providing a home repair grant to an active duty or veteran homeowner living in San Bernardino County or Riverside County, CA. In order to be eligible for the grant, the home must be owned and occupied by the active duty service member or veteran. The recipient of the grant will receive up to $10,000 in home repairs. If you know of an active duty service member or veteran who could benefit from health and safety repairs please complete our application form.

Applications must be submitted to HomeStrong USA by May 1, 2015.



3 thoughts on “Home Repair Grant Available

  1. How is this grant funded? Is the Measure I tax funds for transportation being used? Health and safety repairs? Will you pave their driveway? Please elaborate


    • Thank you for your inquiry. This grant is funded by HomeStrong USA, a nonprofit community development organization with a mission to increase vitality and stability of communities across the nation by promoting successful home ownership through education and counseling, the creation of innovative affordable housing opportunities, and providing resources to local nonprofit counseling agencies. For more information about this grant program please visit the HomeStrong USA website as noted on the above flyer.


      • So SANBAG is merely sharing valuable information. That is really nice. Way to serve the community! Sticking to the mission statement: SANBAG’s mission is to enhance the quality of life for all residents in San Bernardino County by:

        Improving cooperative regional planning
        Developing an accessible, efficient, multi-modal transportation system
        Strengthening economic development efforts
        Exerting leadership in creative problem solving
        EXCELLENT! By the way, pretty sure our Military Vets don’t want to pay a TOLL to ride on the FREEway. Perhaps SANBAG should engage those “stakeholders” and see how they feel. Double TAXation to use our roads is wrong. Shame on SANBAG for even considering it.


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