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 Tomorrow's Home Foundation is a non-profit charitable organization created by the Wisconsin Housing Alliance in 2000. The foundation was created for several purposes:

  • To provide emergency assistance for critical repairs that allow individuals and families to stay in their manufactured home.

  • To create a method and mode for disposing of old, uninhabitable and unsightly mobile homes.

 

As a public charity, the Foundation provides a way for industry members to give back to the community and a method to assist populations that are underserved by other programs. Many other charitable and public service agencies do not provide assistance to homeowners in manufactured home communities. The Tomorrow’s Home Foundation fills this void. 

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Helping Hands Grant

The Helping Hands Grant program is designed to assist Wisconsin low-income manufactured home owners who need critical repairs to their primary residence. Critical home repairs are those that are essential to remain in the home. The program does not include those items deemed to be cosmetic in nature. Applicants must meet all requirements of the grant program:

  • The applicant must own the home for 12 months or more.

  • The home must be a 1976 model or newer. 

  • Total household income must be at or below 50% of the state median income. See application for chart.

  • The home must be considered decent, safe, and sanitary. 

SEE GRANT APPLICATION FOR THE FULL LIST OF REQUIREMENTS.

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Project Renewal Grant

Project Renewal is a grant program available to assist low income mobile and manufactured home owners with disposal or recycling of old, uninhabitable mobile or manufactured homes. Applicants must meet all requirements of the grant program:

  • The applicant must own the home to be disposed of.

  • Total household income must be at or below 50% of the state median income. See application for chart.

SEE GRANT APPLICATION FOR A FULL LIST OF REQUIREMENTS.

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Roof Replacement Grant

The Roof Replacement Grant program is designed to assist low-income elderly, or disabled manufactured home owners who need a roof replacement to their primary residence. Applicants must meet all requirements of the grant program:

  • The applicant must own the home for 12 months or more.

  • The home must be a 1976 model or newer. 

  • Total household income must be at or below 50% of the state median income. See application for chart.

  • The applicant must be 65+ or currently receiving disability.

  • The home must be considered decent, safe, and sanitary. 

SEE GRANT APPLICATION FOR THE FULL LIST OF REQUIREMENTS.

Thank you for the continuous support from these donors:
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