Low-interest home improvement loans are currently available to low and moderate-income homeowners (EXAMPLE: a single person can make up to $49,500 and still qualify). Properties eligible for this program must be owner-occupied for one year or more, the house must be at least 15 years-old and be located in Grand Forks, ND within the boundaries... Read More
Governor Burgum has declared November 15-22, 2020 Hunger and Homelessness Awareness Week in North Dakota. View the proclamation here.
Each of the seven Community Action Agencies across North Dakota offer a wide variety of programs to serve those in need including, but not limited to: Budgeting and Money Management, Child Care, Commodities, Emergency Assistance, Energy Assistance, Food Pantry, Head Start, Housing, Self-Sufficiency, Sportsmen Against Hunger, Supportive Services for Veteran Families , Volunteer Income Tax... Read More