In 2021-2022, the Hopi Tribe, its Villages, and its people have access an increasing number of grant and loan programs that support economic recovery and resiliency.
Information on this page relates to the notices and program descriptions for many of these programs.
Many of these programs are highly competitive and eligibility is limited. Before proceeding to apply for benefits from any of these programs, it is wise to carefully evaluate the readiness and competitiveness in submitting funding proposals.
The Hopi Tribe received funding through its Planning Office to address the impacts of the pandemic through community and economic development planning efforts.
USDA Office of Partnerships and Public Engagement provides grant funding benefitting socially disadvantaged farmers and ranchers.
Single Family Housing Repair Loans may be used to repair, improve, or modernize homes or to remove health and safety standards.
Rural Community Development Initiative Grants Grants of up to $250,000 can be used for a “train the trainer” format related to strategic planning, board training, and effective fundraising techniques.
This is grant funding for states to support tourism promotion.