* A $550,000 grant to help construct 55 multifamily rental units in Dayton for very low- and low-income elderly tenants, 28 of which will have special needs. The grant was awarded to Ohio Capital Finance Corp. and the Huntington National Bank for the benefit of County Corp.
* A $249,999 grant to construct six single-family rental units in Yellow Springs for low- to very low-income tenants with special needs. The grant was awarded to the Huntington National Bank for the benefit of Yellow Springs Home Inc.
* A $225,000 grant to construct eight and acquire and rehab two single-family homes in Dayton, for purchase by low- and very low-income first-time homebuyers. The grant was awarded to Civista Bank of Sandusky, Ohio for the benefit of Habitat for Humanity of Greater Dayton.
* A $200,000 grant to help acquire and rehab eight single-family rental homes in Dayton for very low-income households, seven of which have special needs and two of which will be coming out of homelessness. The grant was awarded to Park National Bank for the benefit of Sanclare Properties.
The grants are among more than $27.6 million in funds awarded under the Affordable Housing Program to 38 member financial institutions in The Federal Home Loan Bank of Cincinnati’s district of Kentucky, Ohio and Tennessee. The bank is one of 11 government-sponsored banks that provide funding to member financial institutions to support housing finance and community investment.