Gift Aid

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Gift Aid

Scholarships or grants used to pay for one's education. Unlike loans, gift aid is not repaid, and unlike work-study programs, there are no requirements beyond academic performance to keep gift aid.
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Since its inception in 1997, The Nehemiah Corporation of America (Nehemiah), the nation's leading privately funded provider of down payment gift assistance has helped nearly 175,000 families make this transition.
The Nehemiah Corporation of America, the nation's most trusted provider of down payment gift assistance, founded NCRF in 1999 to make loans and equity investments in community development projects in California.
org), the nation's leading privately funded provider of down payment gift assistance, along with Mayor Martin O'Malley and the City of Baltimore announced today that the Nehemiah Foundation, the organization's charitable giving arm, has donated $15,000 to the East Harbor Community Development Corporation in an effort to provide financial support to families seeking homeownership in the Flag House Courts -- a local program committed to building 183 rental units and 155 homeownership units for lower income families.
Since its inception in 1997, The Nehemiah Corporation (Nehemiah), the nation's leading privately funded provider of down payment gift assistance has helped nearly 200,000 families become homeowners.
In addition to providing down payment gift assistance, Nehemiah has created other programs that work to rebuild cities from the inside out including: Nehemiah Community Reinvestment Fund, Nehemiah Urban Land Trust, Nehemiah Urban Ministries and Nehemiah Community Foundation.
The Nehemiah Corporation of California, the nation's leading privately funded provider of down payment gift assistance, today announced that the Nehemiah Community Foundation, the organization's charitable giving arm, will donate $10,000 to the Lawndale Christian Development Corporation (LCDC) to help fund their Canaan Homes development - a local program committed to building 25 single-family homes for working families in Chicago's Lawndale Community.