Register for January 2021 Tax Credit Workshops

The New Hampshire Community Development Finance Authority will host a series of online webinars for organizations interested in applying for the 2021 Tax Credit and L5 Capacity Building Program Funding Round or learning more about the program.

The Tax Credit & L5 Capacity Building Program Overview Webinars will be held on January 13 and January 19. Topics to be covered include an overview of how the Tax Credit works, eligible applicants, program objectives and guidelines, funding priorities, and key dates. Interested applicants only need to register for one of the program overview webinars as the same content will be covered at each event.

  • January 13: Tax Credit & L5 Capacity Building Program Overview Workshop – Register Here
  • January 19: Tax Credit & L5 Capacity Building Program Overview Workshop – Register Here

Those interested in applying for funding are strongly encouraged to also attend one of the Tax Credit & L5 Capacity Building Application Writing Webinars specifically focused on the application process and how to apply. These webinars will be held on January 14 and January 20. Topics to be covered include the application process, timeline and a step-by-step overview of the application. Interested applicants only need to register for one of the application webinars as the same content will be covered at each event.

  • January 14: Tax Credit & L5 Capacity Building Program Application Writing Workshop – Register Here
  • January 20: Tax Credit and L5 Capacity Building Program Application Writing Workshop – Register 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.