American Housing Funding Lottery





Housing Assistance Resource Center

Basic household items and financial donations accepted to distribute to homeowners and renters in neighborhoods of Maryland. Donations to the program are defined as tax-exempt donations. If available, financial donations are given to individuals and families to pay for security deposits, emergency housing relocations (homeowners, renters), and housing assistance relief checks--available to homeowners and renters.


This is not a government program: It is a public charity, a non-profit's strategy of to keep families in consistent dwellings in our local communities of the U.S. A non-government, non-profit, business idea to benefit homeowners and renters who are in need of financial assistance for housing in Maryland, and in America. 


A Personal Note From Sherlene D. Stevens

I feel very very strongly about this source of funding available to individuals and families across the country. Therefore, I am willing to structure and administer received financial donations for this modern, national housing-assistance concept. Your donations will be tax deductible; donations will not be given to me, but to my non-profit. As the non-profit founder and administrator of this housing program, I expect to receive a fair salary of the job description as part of the overall expenses anticipated of this non-profit.


Payment disbursements to applicants of need will require a minimum of at least $50,000 per weekly-lottery cycle. Initial investment is $60,000/$1,000,000. On-going investments will be sought by general- public financial donations, business financial/material contributions, and national-based community-outreach grants that are applicable to this housing-assistance program's structure and vision.


Applicants in need will be required to submit a completed application via the program. Minimum requirement: Household family composition income, in total, can not exceed $100,000. Emergency housing-fund assistance is available on a monthly basis if available. Applicants can reapply as often as needed. The second round of emergency housing-funding assistance will be distributed per lottery-distribution format.



" to keep families in consistent dwellings in our local communities."


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Sherlene D. Stevens

Founder, President, and Program Administrator




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