INHS was awarded two HOME Local grants that will allow the nonprofit to expand its homeownership program by 34 households throughout Schuyler, Seneca, Tioga, and Tompkins Counties.
INHS receives $932,280 for its forty-unit multifamily rental building, Village Grove in the Village of Trumansburg, a component of the larger proposed Crescent Way subdivision.
INHS invites its donors, supporters, and clients to download our free Guide to Preparing Your Will from our website to get started with estate planning and to learn more about leaving charitable gifts through your estate plans to organizations and causes you believe. Download the guide at www.ithacanhs.org/legacy.
INHS is hosting an open house for its new for sale home at 28 Crystal Drive in Dryden on Saturday, October 26 from 1 – 3 p.m.
With smart construction practices and utilizing solar panel systems, INHS is doing its part to be energy efficient, enhancing the quality of life for its residents and its community.
INHS receives $900,000 grant from the Attorney General and Tompkins County to expand its Community Housing Trust.