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Throughout the United States and across the globe, The Cloudburst Group is working to provide sustainable solutions to challenges related to land, housing, and health.

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Flint, Michigan In Flint, Michigan, we worked with the city government on an ambitious strategy to reshape the delivery of critical homelessness support, home repair services, and youth recreation services…
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ELAP_ELTAP_IE In Ethiopia, we are working with USAID to evaluate the impact on food security, productivity and improved livelihoods of a series of land certification programs…
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 Tower Bridge Sacramento In Sacramento, we introduced market-based, place-based comprehensive community development plans to improve the city’s strategic utilization of HUD Community Development Block Grant funds…
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The Cloudburst Group Announces Co-Founder and President Patrick Moynahan to Retire

Washington, DC, November 18, 2016— The Cloudburst Group announced today that Co-Founder and President Patrick Moynahan will retire capping over 30 years of assisting organizations that provide services to socially and economically underserved persons. Over three years ago, Mr. Moynahan […]

Request for Proposal: 2016-ERC-CLPP-001 Community Land Protection Program (CLPP) Performance Evaluation Data Collection

Cloudburst Group has released RFP No. 2016-ERC-CLPP-001, “Community Land Protection Program (CLPP) Performance Evaluation Data Collection.”

All responses must be submitted by 5:00pm Eastern Time on Monday, November 14, 2016.

Please download the RFP and budget attachment:

RFP No 2016-ERC-CLPP-001 102416

Attachment B.2 RFP […]

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Cloudburst’s Judy Perlman in Shelterforce, the National Housing Institute’s Blog

“FACT: Rates of homelessness in the U.S. remained essentially unchanged between 2008-2012. This is surprising indeed, especially against the backdrop of a recession that had its origins in the housing market, and in which tens of thousands of homeowners lost […]

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