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NPHS HEALTHY HOMES GRANT

NPHS HEALTHY HOMES GRANT A Home Repair Grant for Qualified Senior Citizen Homeowners or Eligible Homeowners with Permanent Mobility Disabilities $1,500 GRANT AVAILABLE FOR SENIORS OR DISABLED HOMEOWNERS QUALIFYING CRITERIA HOUSEHOLD INCOME LIMITS Must be 62 years of age or older or permanently disabled with mobility disabilities. 1 MEMBER 2 MEMBERS $37,550 $42,900 5 MEMBERS 6 MEMBERS $57,900 $62,200 Be an owner occupant of a single-family home or mobile home in San Bernardino or Riverside County. 3 MEMBERS 4 MEMBERS $48,250 $53,600 7 MEMBERS 8 MEMBERS $66,500 $70,800 Home may not be for sale or sold for a period of one (1) year. Have a total maximum family income of 80% or less of the area median income. See chart. For more information call Cecilia Gonzalez at (909) 988-5979 or visit www.nphsinc.org NEIGHBORHOOD PARTNERSHIP HOUSING SERVICES, INC. 9551 Pittsburgh Ave, Rancho Cucamonga, CA 91730 Neighborhood Partnership Housing Services Inc. does not discriminate on the basis of disability status in the admission or access to, or treatment or employment in its federally assisted programs and activities. Section 504 (24 CFR, part 8 dated June 2, 1988).

WELCOME MESSAGE FROM THE DINNER CHAIR DAVID WOODS Dear Friends, On behalf of JPMorgan Chase, welcome to the 25th Anniversary Benefit Dinner for Neighborhood Partnership Housing Services. JPMorgan Chase is pleased to support this event tonight, which brings together community members and leaders from across different sectors to celebrate this important organization. JPMorgan Chase has been proud to support Neighborhood Partnership Housing Services’ significant impact in Southern California since 2009. We are confident in the work of Neighborhood Partnership Housing Services because the organization recognizes that strengthening the community requires a multi-faceted approach. Expanding access to affordable housing, increasing financial literacy, and supporting small business owners are all necessary for communities to reach their full potential. We are particularly proud to support this evening’s event which directly supports the Healthy Homes Grant Program, ensuring that low-income seniors, veterans, and those with permanent mobility disabilities can make the modifications necessary to stay in their homes. Please join me in congratulating Neighborhood Partnership Housing Services on its 25th Anniversary of service to the community. David Woods Executive Director Real Estate Banking JPMorgan Chase WELCOME MESSAGE Page 7

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