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CDFA ANNOUNCES 2021 APPLICATION DEADLINES

The Community Development Finance Authority (CDFA) will be accepting applications for all its programs for the 2021 calendar year on the below listed dates. All applications must be received by CDFA through its online grants management system (https://nhcdfagrants.org) by 4:00 PM for each deadline. Please check CDFA’s website

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GOFERR Reporting Portal, Tool Now Available

The online portal and revenue loss/expense reporting tool required for the Governor’s Office for Emergency Relief & Recovery (GOFERR) Nonprofit Emergency Relief Fund (NERF) and other CARES Act funds is now available. Emails—one for each award received—will be sent by GOFERR to recipients/sub-awardees that include the name

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CDFA Appointed to New Hampshire’s Council on Housing Stability

CDFA has been appointed to serve on the New Hampshire Council on Housing Stability, which was established by Governor Christopher Sununu with Executive Order 2020-22 on November 18, 2020. The Council brings together a broad base of diverse stakeholders for the purposes of developing and implementing a plan to create

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Mollie Kaylor Joins CDFA as Director of Housing and Community Development

The Community Development Finance Authority is pleased to welcome Mollie Kaylor as Director of Housing and Community Development. Kaylor brings extensive experience supporting communities throughout New Hampshire achieve their community and economic development goals using various state and federal resources. She brings a depth of experience creating

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New Hampshire Nonprofit Emergency Relief Fund Awards Announced

On Thursday, August 13, the Governor’s Office for Emergency Relief and Recovery (GOFERR) announced the New Hampshire Nonprofit Emergency Relief Fund awards. There were 496 awards granted to New Hampshire nonprofit, 501c3 organizations totaling $39,792,601. Information on the fund, including a full list of organizations who received

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CDFA Now Accepting Public Services Applications for Community Development Block Grant CARES Act Funds

Through the CARES Act, the State of New Hampshire was allocated approximately $5.4 million to be deployed under the Community Development Block Grant program to respond to the Coronavirus Pandemic (COVID-19). These funds, known as CDBG-CV, are to be used specifically for the prevention of, preparation for,

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