P.U.S.H. Ministry is a non-profit organization owned by the creators of Evo Haven to better assist in communities that need it the most.
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P.U.S.H. Ministry Receives a $400,000 Grant from Georgia’s Department of Community Affairs to Renovate and Sell Affordable Property in South Atlanta.
Atlanta, GA- P.U.S.H. Ministry is a transitional program that assists tenants in moving towards permanent housing and maintaining reasonable stability. This non-profit is owned by Majesty and Elize Gayle, who are currently working with 7 new construction units and 8 existing property units. Their combined experience allowed their company to generate 1.5M in revenue its first year in business.
The team at P.U.S.H. Ministry is consistently seeking new avenues to give back to the community. “I actually found the CHIP grant doing some research on grants for affordable home building”, said Imanuel Gayle. “I sent the information to our grant consultant, Marsha, to see if she thought this was something we were eligible for. She said yes. So Erikka, Majesty, and I compiled all the information we needed to apply.”
The purpose of the Community HOME Investment Program (CHIP) is to provide safe, decent, and affordable housing in Georgia by granting funds to city and county governments, public housing authorities, and nonprofits to 1.) rehabilitate owner-occupied homes and 2.) build and renovate affordable single-family homes for sale to eligible homebuyers. The CHIP program is funded with U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development HOME Investment Partnership Program funds for a grant term of 2 years. P.U.S.H. Ministry qualified to apply as eligible CHIP grant applicants include local governments, nonprofits with 501(c)3/(c)4 designation, and public housing authorities.
The Georgia Department of Community Affairs awarded the CHIP Grant of $400,000 to the right team as P.U.S.H. Ministry plans to renovate and sell affordable property in South Atlanta with their housing rehabilitation plan.