Funding Available

$250 million now available to help New York communities revitalize by redeveloping blighted and historic properties

$1 million is now available to small U.S. communities to revitalize their historic downtowns by boosting affordable housing

New round of Catalytic Revitalization Tax Credits now available for adaptive reuse projects in Maryland communities

Funding is now available for projects that preserve buildings for future reuse to help revitalize the East Side of Buffalo, New York

Funding to revitalize communities now available from “Appalachian Regional Initiative for Stronger Economies” (ARISE)

$3 billion now available from two climate adaptation programs to help make American communities more disaster resilient

$7.3 billion is now available to U.S. states and communities to make transportation infrastructure more climate-resilient

$725 million now available to help revitalize former coal communities by restoring their damaged, abandoned mine lands

Maryland opens “Grants Gateway” to make it easier to obtain funding for environmental restoration and community resilience

Got a dangerously decrepit local bridge? $12.5 billion is available over the next five years to help you replace or renovate it.

$2 million for California non-profits, tribes & communities to do restoration projects that boost climate adaptation & resilience

New York communities can tap $5 million to help make resilient, equitable economic transition from fossil fuel industries

EUR 580 million now available to fund nature restoration, economic revitalization and resilience projects in European communities

Federal, state and local funding sources for equitable neighborhood revitalization via public park renovation & resilience projects