The National Farmworker Jobs Program (NFJP) provides Housing Grants to support better economic outcomes for migrant and seasonal farmworkers (MSFWs).

NFJP grant organizations work to meet a critical need for quality housing and help farmworkers retain employment or complete training that will lead to better opportunities. NFJP Housing Grants are provided to community-based organizations and public agencies for both permanent and temporary housing.

NFJP Housing Grantees Directory

PY 2019 NFJP Housing Grant Allocations

State Grantee(s) Areas Served Permanent Housing Funding Temporary Housing Funding Total
Arizona PPEP Microbusiness & Housing Development Corporation Arizona $328,333 $150,316 $478,649
California La Cooperativa Campesina de California California $146,178 $713,695 $859,872
California Rural Community Assistance Corporation California, Hawaii $213,227 $ - $213,227
California Self Help Enterprises California $268,710 $ - $268,710
Colorado Community Resources and Housing Development Corporation Arizona, Colorado, Idaho, New Mexico, Texas $367,162 $395,519 $762,681
Florida Florida Non-Profit Housing, Inc. Delaware, Florida, Maryland, Mississippi, Virginia $612,452 $151,667 $764,119
New York Pathstone Corporation Indiana, Maine, New Jersey, New York, Ohio, Pennsylvania, Puerto Rico, Vermont $859,764 $163,701 $1,023,465
Tennessee Tennessee Opportunity Programs, Inc. Tennessee $112,858 $ - $112,858
Texas Motivation, Education, and Training, Inc. Louisiana, Texas $521,735 $112,706 $634,441
Washington Office of Rural and Farmworker Housing Oregon, Washington $295,334 $ - $295,334
Wisconsin United Migrant Opportunity Services/UMOS, Inc. Illiniois, Iowa, Kansas, Minnesota, Missouri, Nebraska, Oklahoma, South Dakota, Wisconsin $419,647 $88,997 $508,644
Total $4,145,400 $1,776,600 $5,922,000