Follow the links below for funding options such as grants, loans, tax credits
and technical assistance, based on project type.
Are you planning to rehabilitate or redevelop a historic building or property in your community? Visit this page for suggestions on available funding sources.
These organizations offer grants and loans for the repair of private residential property. Click on each organization below to expand list of funds, and click on each fund name in red to visit the website.
Are you looking to improve infrastructure, build a healthy and safe community, or strengthen leadership? Visit this page to find available funding sources.
Are you looking to improve the economic vitality of your community through business and can benefit from tax credits or loans? Visit this page for suggestions on available funding sources.
Clearing a site to allow for new, useful construction or more greenspace for your community? These resources might be a good start to help finance the demolition or deconstruction of a property.
Not sure where to start? These regional organizations might be a good starting point.
West Virginia Property Rescue Initiative The Property Rescue Initiative (PRI) is a program of the West Virginia Housing Development Fund (WVHDF) that provides loan funding for communities to remove dilapidated buildings.