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Our nonprofit, ecumenical housing ministry offers affordable housing to local income-eligible families. Partner families contribute sweat equity, then purchase the home with a Habitat-financed no-interest loan. We also offer A Brush With Kindness, a way for income-eligible homeowners to spruce … Continue reading
“The Center for a Non Violent Community Inc. actively supports the right of all people to live their lives free from interpersonal violence. We foster healthy relationships with self, partners, family and peers. We value the feminist principals of self-empowerment … Continue reading
Nonprofit, ecumenical housing ministry that provides affordable housing to needy families. Eligible partner families are assisted by Habitat volunteers to build or repair their own homes. Financing of construction or repairs is via no-interest loans provided by Habitat.
Provides emergency help for a variety of areas including: bus passes, emergency medication, gas vouchers, propane vouchers, emergency lodging. Also provides funds to send Calaveras County children to summer camp each year. Bell Ringing Fundraiser – for information please contact … Continue reading
Board and care for adults with developmental disabilities.
Nonprofit, ecumenical housing ministry that provides affordable housing to low-income families. Partner families must qualify and purchase home through no-interest loans provided by Habitat. Partner families must also contribute sweat equity.
To promote the general welfare of homeowners in Mobile Home Parks in Tuolumne County.
The City of Sonoras Homebuyers Assistance Loan Program is designed to assist low income families in the purchase of a home within the City of Sonora. Funding for the program is derived from the Community Block Grant (CDBG) Program.
Foster family placements for adults with developmental disabilities.
The City currently has Three Housing Rehabilitation Loan Programs; Low Income Home Owners Program; Low Income Rental Program; Deferred Loan Program. Each program is designed to provide for low-interest loans to be used for needed housing repairs.