Location: Manchester Community Resource Center (Odd Fellows Building)
CDFA will be conducting application writing workshops for organizations interested in applying for the 2019 Tax Credit Funding Round or learning more about the program.
Registrants are encouraged to provide preliminary information on your organization, potential project and budget, if applicable. This information will allow CDFA staff to discuss your specific project in a one-on-one meeting and provide feedback at the workshop. 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.
If you have any questions, please contact George Hunton at 603-226-2170 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
- 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
Funds to address critical needs in the Granite State.
Initiative Continues to Gain Momentum Statewide with Increasing Business Demand for Recovery Friendly Supports
CDFA has announced deadlines for calendar year 2019 across all program areas.
Workshops for organizations interested in applying for CDFA's Tax Credit or L5 Capacity Building Programs or learning more.
CDFA has distributed a Request for Proposals to solicit proposals relative to the Recovery Friendly Workplace Program.