Community Economic Development Capacity Building Program

NH CDFA Community Economic Development Fund (FY24)

Community Economic Development Capacity Building Program (SFY24) CDFA launched its Community Economic Development Capacity Building Program to deepen its ability to resource communities that are both vibrant and equitable. The program awards Tax Credits to strengthen organizations in New Hampshire committed to community economic development and advancing

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Overcomers Refugee Services: Refugees Helping Refugees

Organization: Overcomers Refugee Services (ORS) Address: Concord Website: https://overcomersnh.org/  ORS is led by and works with immigrant community members, and they have demonstrated strong community impact in their efforts to support immigrant community members in finding employment, starting a small business, and in placing them in stable

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Safari Youth Club: Capacity Building

Organization: Safari Youth Club Address: Website: These organizational capacity building activities would strengthen the organization by compensating staff, expanding collaborations, and increasing revenue. SFC has done an incredible job renting and borrowing community facilities and grounds for their programs but as the organization matures, they hope to

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Business Alliance for People of Color: Building Capacity and Strengthening Connections Among New Hampshire’s BIPOC Business Owners

Organization: Business Alliance for People of Color Address: Newfields Website: BAPOC is an alliance of businesses working in solidarity with each other to advocate on behalf of and provide support for the NH BIPOC business owner community. BAPOC centers the work on cultural principles that are of

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Making Matters NH: Concord Makerspace Capacity & Expansion

Organization: Making Matters NH Address: Website: With a paid part-time coordinator over two years, Making Matters NH would be able to build sustained partnerships, increase memberships, expand programming, and position the skilled volunteers to focus on classes and training rather than community outreach and administration. They currently

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