This video explains step-by-step how to apply for CDFA tax credits using the online Grants Management System (GMS). The application deadline for 2015-2016 tax credits is April 18, 2014.
Thanking Kathy Bogle Shields
In recognition of nearly 20 years of service to CDFA by Kathy Bogle Shields, the staff and Board of Directors presents her with this gift.
CDFA helps the Friendly Kitchen
Concord NH's Friendly Kitchen is an important resource for the hungry and homeless in the Capital Region. When the facility was destroyed by fire, they turned to CDFA to help.
Constructing Nashua's Cotton Mill Square
It's your community
Gov. Hassan declares Community Development Week in NH
In recognition of national Community Development Week, Governor Maggie Hassan reads a proclamation declaring Community Development Week in New Hampshire. The Governor made her remarks on South Main Street, Concord, where numerous redevelopment projects financed by CDFA have flourished.
Amanda Grappone Osmer explains why she purchases CDFA tax credits
Amanda Grappone Osmer of Grappone Automotive Group explains why her business supports community development projects by purchasing CDFA tax credits.
CDFA Awards $266k for Buy-Out of Irene-Ravaged Neighborhood
Coverage by WMUR of CDFA's CDBG award to Conway for the Transvale Acres Buy-out Program.
(And yes, we just took a video of the screen...not much else you can do with these DVRs).
"Bread Breaking" for the rebuild of Concord's Friendly Kitchen
The Friendly Kitchen, Concord's only soup kitchen, is getting a new home.
Groundbreaking on the Bridges House
A house associated with New Hampshire's governors is getting a face-lift.
CDFA Tour of Claremont
The Board of Directors for NH Community Development Finance Authority went on a tour of Claremont to view some of the projects the organization has funded in the recent past. These include Community Dental Care, the Oscar Brown block, the Union block, the Saw Tooth Mill, and the Monadnock Mill. The tour confirmed the quality work being done in Claremont and the how effective community development efforts can be.
Created in 1983, the Community Development Finance Authority (CDFA) supports affordable housing and economic development activities that benefit low and moderate income citizens in New Hampshire.
CDFA administers nearly $40 million in funding resources, which includes a combination of state tax credits and federal Community Development Block Grant, Neighborhood Stabilization, and Energy Reduction Funds. We support the development of vibrant and resilient communities by providing financial resources to nonprofits, community development organizations, counties, municipalities, and for-profit businesses. These organizations, in partnership with CDFA, create affordable housing, support the formation of new jobs and help retain existing employment for low and moderate income New Hampshire residents.
New Hampshire Community Development Finance Authority
14 Dixon Ave, Suite 102
Concord, NH 03301