CDFA Tax Credit Workshop – Manchester – January 22, 2020

8:30 AM – 1:30 PM
Manchester Community Resource Center (Odd Fellows Building)
434 Lake Avenue
Manchester, NH 03101

The New Hampshire Community Development Finance Authority will be conducting application writing workshops for organizations interested in applying for the 2020 Tax Credit Funding Round or learning more about the program.

Interested applicants should register for only one of the following events as space is limited and the same content will be covered at each workshop. Please limit registration to two representatives per organization.

  • Thursday, January 16 – PLYMOUTH at the Common Man Inn (snow date: January 17)
  • Wednesday, January 22 – MANCHESTER at the Manchester Community Resource Center (snow date: January 23)

Registrants are encouraged to provide preliminary information on your organization, potential project and budget, if applicable. This information will allow CDFA staff to better understand your specific project. Organizations with multiple workshop attendees only need to complete one questionnaire when registering.

If you do not have a potential project and are attending this workshop for a different purpose (as a fundraising consultant, donor, or looking to learn more about the tax credit program), please indicate such.

Registration begins at 8:30 AM with the workshop starting at 9:00 AM. Light refreshments will be provided.

If you have any questions, please contact George Hunton at 603-226-2170 or ghunton@nhcdfa.org.

To register for the Plymouth event, please visit here.

About CDFA’s Tax Credit Program

The CDFA Tax Credit program allocates approximately $5 million worth of tax credits annually to community development projects on a competitive basis. Funds are allocated to specific projects or programs that are of public benefit, for a public purpose and can reasonably be expected to address one or more of the following objectives:

  • Contribute to the development or redevelopment and economic well-being of target areas or target populations
  • Contribute to the economic development of the state
  • Increase or maintain threatened primary employment
  • Provide affordable housing opportunities to low- and moderate-income people

Eligible applicants include community development corporations, other nonprofit organizations involved in community development, and employee and other types of cooperatives.