The Community Development Finance Authority (CDFA) will be conducting a virtual workshop for organizations interested in applying for Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) funds or learning more about the program. The workshop is encouraged for grant administrators, grantees and any projects that intend to apply for the following programs: Housing, Public Facilities, Economic Development, Emergency or Planning. CDBG-CV funding will also be available for Housing and Public Facilities activities that prevent, prepare, or respond to COVID-19 as required by the CARES Act.
Interested applicants can REGISTER HERE for the online workshop taking place on Thursday, May 20 from 10:00 AM to 12:00 PM.
Topics to be covered include: an overview of the Community Development Block Grant Program, CDBG-CV funding for Housing & Public Facilities, eligible applicants and activities, threshold requirements, updated evaluation and scoring criteria.
If you have any questions, please contact Mollie Kaylor, Director of Housing and Community Development, at 603-717-9112 or email@example.com. Additional information on the Community Development Block Grant program administered by CDFA can be found on the organization’s Resource Hub: https://resources.nhcdfa.org/programs/community-development-block-grant/.
ABOUT THE COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT BLOCK GRANT PROGRAM
The Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) program awards funds to support economic development, housing and community-based initiatives that primarily benefit low- and moderate-income persons or households.
Funding for the CDBG program is provided to New Hampshire through the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development. New Hampshire’s statewide CDBG program has been administered by CDFA since 2003.
Eligible applicants for CDBG funds include most New Hampshire incorporated counties, cities, and towns. A nonprofit agency may also apply through its municipality or county as a sub-recipient of CDBG funds.
Please note the federally-designated entitlement communities of Dover, Manchester, Nashua, Portsmouth, and Rochester are ineligible to apply as they receive CDBG funds directly from the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development. However, projects located within the entitlement communities are eligible for CDBG-CV funding.
All applications must be received by CDFA through its online grants management system (https://nhcdfagrants.org). Additional information on the CDBG Program, including application information and resources, can be found by visiting https://resources.nhcdfa.org/programs/community-development-block-grant/.
Individuals who need auxiliary aids for effective communication in programs and services are invited to make their needs and preferences known to CDFA, 14 Dixon Ave., Concord, NH 03301 (phone: 603-226-2170; fax: 603-226-2816; TDY/TDD Access Relay NH: 800-735-2964), prior to the meeting. This notice is provided as required by Title II of the Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990.