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JPMorgan Chase Indiana grants INHP $500,000 to advance new equitable transit-oriented development fund

The Indianapolis Neighborhood Housing Partnership® (INHP) is pleased to announce a $500,000 grant from JPMorgan Chase to enable the creation of an innovative equitable transit-oriented development (ETOD) fund. “The ETOD fund puts a deliberate focus on the availability of affordable housing near transit, especially as IndyGo’s bus rapid transit lines transform Indianapolis,” said Moira Carlstedt, president and CEO of INHP. “We believe everyone should have equal opportunity to live in a neighborhood with easy access to employment, health care, child care, education, food and support services. With Chase’s invaluable partnership, […]

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INHP helps “Bring the Heat”

Local HVAC companies provide free cleaning, servicing during “Bring the Heat” Event promotes home heating safety for low income residents  INDIANAPOLIS (Sept. 25, 2018) – The Indiana HVAC Association (HVACA), Indianapolis Power & Light Company (IPL), Citizens Energy Group and the Indianapolis Neighborhood Housing Partnership® (INHP) are joining forces to make this winter warmer and safer for Indianapolis families. Officially proclaimed “Bring the Heat Day” by Mayor Joe Hogsett, more than 50 local volunteer heating professionals from 20-plus area Indianapolis companies will inspect, clean and service furnaces for 125 low- […]

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INHP reaches goal, funds 29 new affordable homes in three Indianapolis neighborhoods

INDIANAPOLIS (Sept. 18, 2018) – The Indianapolis Neighborhood Housing Partnership is fulfilling its goal of catalyzing change in Indianapolis neighborhoods. Earlier this year, the 30-year-old nonprofit brought Marion County a new way to fund single-family housing and neighborhood revitalization. Today, INHP has deployed more than $4.5 million to create 29 affordable homes in three Indianapolis neighborhoods, some of which haven’t experienced new home construction in decades. Seven of the new homes have been purchased already. With an average price tag of approximately $144,000, the homes address the shortage of affordable […]

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Skip Watson joins INHP’s board of directors

KeyBank Regional Sales Executive Skip Watson has been appointed as a contributing member to INHP’s 24-person board, joining appointees from the City of Indianapolis, United Way and the community at large. Watson seeks to continue to grow the long-established partnership already in place between the two organizations. Last year, The KeyBank Foundation announced a $500,000 grant to INHP. That grant is currently supporting transformation on the near east side of Indianapolis by helping low-to moderate-income families afford home maintenance projects they may be putting off, which may include repairing roofs, […]

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INHP welcomes new board members

INDIANAPOLIS – The Indianapolis Neighborhood Housing Partnership® (INHP) is pleased to announce additions to its board leadership in 2018. As an organization, INHP’s board is comprised of eight mayoral appointees, five United Way of Central Indiana appointees, eight contributing members and three at-large community members. Board additions for 2018 include: Mayoral appointee: Mali Jeffers, director of marketing and community initiatives, Ambrose Property Group United Way appointee: Marshawn Wolley, director of community engagement and strategic initiatives, Indiana University School of Public and Environmental Affairs United Way appointee: Dawn Haut, CEO, Eskenazi Health […]

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Finding a home repair program doesn’t have to be overwhelming

Now is the time of year when your home may be showing its weaknesses. Perhaps your water heater didn’t make it through the winter, or your roof leaks every time it rains. If you need to make home repairs but have been putting them off due to budget concerns, INHP may be able to help ease the strain on your pocketbook. Whether you’ve lived in your home for years or you’re just getting started on your homeownership journey, finding affordable options for home repair doesn’t have to be an overwhelming […]

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INHP’s Presidents Day offer: Saving your Benjamins

Everywhere you look, it seems like there’s a Presidents Day sale promising to save you money, offering everything from cars to mattresses. But what if you don’t have a garage to pull that new car into, or a big enough bedroom to fit a King-sized mattress? Maybe it’s time to consider saving for a new home this Presidents Day. The good news is that INHP can help save you some Benjamins along the way. If you are ready to begin your homeownership journey but aren’t quite sure where to start, […]

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INHP selects 10 nonprofits to receive funding for neighborhood revitalization initiatives

Nearly $1 million to be awarded across Marion County INDIANAPOLIS – The Indianapolis Neighborhood Housing Partnership® (INHP) board of directors is pleased to announce 10 Marion County neighborhood-serving organizations will be the recipient of grant funds which will be used toward affordable housing preservation and development, and collaborations that will continue to enhance housing in Indianapolis. The grant program – Indianapolis Neighborhood Development Initiative – will distribute a total of $900,000 to the following grantees: Greater Indianapolis Habitat for Humanity King Park Development Corporation Near Eastside Collaborative Partnership (Near East […]

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Indy Midtown Magazine features INHP affordable housing initiatives

In the latest issue of Indy Midtown Magazine, read coverage of INHP’s new, innovative programs, which will bring affordable housing opportunities to several Indianapolis’ neighborhoods in Midtown. Specifically, these programs will each impact areas within the Crown Hill neighborhood: Our New Markets Tax Credit program will deliver new or rehabilitate abandoned housing, in partnership with Near North Development Corporation. Rehab Match and Home Value Guaranty are brand new loan programs for people interested in rehabbing a vacant or abandoned home and living there. The Stabilization Repairs program offers current eligible […]

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KeyBank Foundation grants INHP $500,000 for near east home repair program

KeyBank Foundation grants Indianapolis Neighborhood Housing Partnership $500,000 for near east Indy home repair program Indianapolis (Nov. 14, 2017) – The KeyBank Foundation is giving $500,000 to help current near east side residents living in the St. Clair Place neighborhood make home improvements. This grant will be distributed over the next five years through the Indianapolis Neighborhood Housing Partnership® (INHP). The KeyBank Foundation’s grant will be used to fund INHP’s Stabilization Repair Loan program in the neighborhood, which helps low- to moderate-income families prevent deferred maintenance issues by making repairs […]

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