Making an impact through generous support.
In order to eliminate financial barriers to housing and drive positive outcomes for tenants, Housing Collaborative relies on outside resources that enable us to pay for upfront housing costs such as eviction debts, utility arrears, application fees and security deposits, as well as offer incentive and retention payments to housing providers.
Not only does this financial assistance bolster the success rate of our housing placement work, it also helps us bring on new housing provider partners through signing bonuses (new leases) or stability bonuses. These bonuses compensate property providers for the administrative burden — and perceived risk — of working with rental subsidies and tenants with more complex backgrounds. In 2021, these Housing Access and Landlord Retention Funds proved to be key in our successful housing of 321 formerly homeless households.
How you can collaborate with us.
From large grants to private donations, your help in generating flexible funds can go a long way toward helping Housing Collaborative remove financial barriers to housing. With just $100,000, Housing Collaborative can help 50 or more households access or retain housing. It is also important to note that no donated funds are ever used for our own staffing, operational or administrative purposes — 100 percent of all donated funds are used specifically for tenants’ financial assistance or landlord incentives. Your contributions will only ever help families access or retain housing, so please consider donating today.
Making it easier to work with program-connected residents.
In 2023, we added 70 new housing provider partners and provided
for rent arrears and unit repairs and
in lease signing and renewal bonuses
The City of Charlotte-funded Deposit-Assistance program
In 2023, We Provided Over $477,800 in Security Deposit Assistance For
Going the extra mile
In 2023, We Secured Rental Housing For
homeless households, including
Ensuring prompt payment of rental subsidies
In 2023, We Administered
monthly subsidy payments
The diligence of our Housing Engagement Team
In 2023, We coordinated
rental housing inspections