THDA has awarded Loudon County Habitat for Humanity a $353,100 HOME grant that will allow the housing organization to build new houses for six low-income families in Loudon County. HOME is a federally-funded program. Awards are made annually to THDA by the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) federal government. Those funds are then distributed by THDA to grantees within the State of Tennessee based upon a rigorous competitive application and scoring process.
Pictured left to right are former Loudon Habitat for Humanity Board Chair Sheila Borders, Loudon County Mayor Buddy Bradshaw, Lenoir City Mayor Tony Aikens, THDA Industry and Government Affairs Liaison Katie Moore, Loudon County Habitat for Humanity Executive Director Tony Gibbons, Loudon City Mayor Jeff Harris
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