Community Pride & Revitalization
Community-based programs for funding of owner-occupied housing rehab.
The Community Pride & Revitalization (CPR) Program is designed to allocate money to cities, towns, and counties that have created a volunteer-based, homeowner rehabilitation program. The funds are used for materials and supplies and are allocated based on a community match. WCDA matches dollar for dollar the amount the applicant is willing to commit to the program.
Communities are making a difference with CPR funds by utilizing volunteer labor to provide much needed renovations like window and door replacements, painting, and roofing for low-income and elderly homeowners. Some Wyoming cities have received CPR grant funds and organized affiliate branches of national volunteer-based rehabilitation programs such as the World Changers Program and Christmas in April. Smaller Wyoming communities have applied for funds in order to jump start local service organizations’ volunteer-based rehabilitation programs.
Visit WCDA’s website for the Notice of Funding Availability, Program Description and Application for funds. Applications will be accepted on a first come basis.