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NFJP Housing Grants

The National Farmworker Jobs Program (NFJP) provides Housing Grants to support better economic outcomes for migrant and seasonal farmworkers (MSFWs). NFJP grant organizations work to meet a critical need for quality housing and help farmworkers retain employment or complete training that will lead to better opportunities. NFJP Housing Grants are provided to community-based organizations and public agencies for both permanent and temporary housing.

NFJP Housing Grantees Directory


The National Farmworker Jobs Program Housing Grant Allocations

Select a state to view Grantee(s) and Grant Allocations

State Grantee(s) Areas Served Permanent Housing Funding Temporary Housing Funding PY18 Total Funding
Arizona PPEP Microbusiness & Housing Development Corporation Arizona $ 327,335 $ 149,859 $ 477,194
California La Cooperativa Campesina de California California $ 145,734 $ 711,525 $ 857,259
California Rural Community Assistance Corporation California, Hawaii $ 212,578 $ - $ 212,578
California Self Help Enterprises California $ 267,894 $ - $ 267,894
Colorado Community Resources and Housing Development Corporation Arizona, Colorado, Idaho, New Mexico, Texas $ 366,046 $ 394,317 $ 760,363
Florida Florida Non-Profit Housing, Inc. Delaware, Florida, Maryland, Mississippi, Virginia $ 610,590 $ 151,206 $ 761,796
New York Pathstone Corporation Indiana, Maine, New Jersey, New York, Ohio, Pennsylvania, Puerto Rico, Vermont $ 857,151 $ 163,203 $ 1,020,354
Tennessee Tennessee Opportunity Programs, Inc. Tennessee $ 112,515 $ - $ 112,515
Texas Motivation, Education, and Training, Inc. Texas, Louisiana $ 520,149 $ 112,363 $ 632,512
Washington Office of Rural and Farmworker Housing Oregon, Washington $ 294,437 $ - $ 294,437
Wisconsin United Migrant Opportunity Services/UMOS, Inc. Illiniois, Iowa, Kansas, Minnesota, Missouri, Nebraska, Oklahoma, South Dakota, Wisconsin $ 418,371 $ 88,727 $ 507,098
Total $ 4,132,800 $ 1,771,200 $ 5,904,000



Updated: October 01, 2018