Imagine Housing, a Kirkland-based non-profit group that develops permanent affordable housing in east King County, has been awarded a $15,000 grant by the Bank of America Charitable Foundation.
The grant will be used as operating support for Imagine Housing’s mission of developing housing and support services for low-income youth, adults, families and seniors on the Eastside.
This grant is one of 13 totaling $200,000 Bank of America recently awarded to Seattle, Bellevue and Tacoma area non-profits working on the issues of affordable housing and community development services.
Imagine Housing, founded in 1987 by member of Bellevue’s St. Andrews Lutheran Church, has established a goal of creating 200 affordable housing units in the next five years. It was recently selected as part of the project team for the , a project by Kirkland, Bellevue and King County to expand parking space there with a garage and add 239 affordable and market-rate apartment units in two buildings.