Super NOFA News
The HUD Super NOFA grant continues to be the largest single source of funding for sheltering the homeless in the Pikes Peak Region. This year’s grant application was presented late in the year to homeless service agencies, the result of new requirements and changes introduced by HUD, based on their shifting priorities and needs for data. I feel confident that we will, once again, score well on our Continuum of Care Document, a HUD prerequisite for funding; and that this success will enable us to maximize our grant dollars.
This grant now brings well over $2,000,000 into the City of Colorado Springs on an annual basis. Before Homeward Pikes Peak began managing the Continuum of Care, we received about $600,000 annually.