Appropriations

Appropriations Request Forms for Fiscal Year 2022 

Community Project Funding
This year, the House of Representatives will be accepting requests for Community Project Funding for Fiscal Year 2022. This will allow Members of Congress to direct federal funds towards projects and programs to address the most significant needs facing the communities they represent. Applicants for the Community Project Funding may be state, local, and tribal governments, publicly owned entities, or non-profit entities with a quasi-governmental purpose.

Click here to access our Community Project Funding Resource Guide. In this guide, you will find staff contact information, an overview of the Community Project Funding process, information on eligible accounts, answers to frequently asked questions, and an overview of alternate federal funding sources.

The deadline to submit Community Project Funding requests for FY22 has passed. 

Project Requests
Note: Projects are listed in alphabetical order by project sponsor.

Project Sponsor: City of Long Beach
Project description: Funding would be used for rehabilitating the City of Long Beach drinking water sand filtration system
Signed disclosure letter: Click here

Project Sponsor: City of Long Beach
Project description: Funding would be used for the creation of an Early Childhood Learning Center and to improve services already offered at the Long Beach West End Community Center
Signed disclosure letter: Click here

Project Sponsor: Long Island Crisis Center, Inc.
Project description: Funding would be used to supplement PFY’s current LGBTQ Health and Human Services program and to improve access to behavioral health services through PFY’s Individual Counseling Program
Signed disclosure letter: Click here

Project Sponsor: Long Island FQHC
Project description: Funding would be used for additional construction of The Hempstead Health Center. The Health Center currently provides services to over 5,900 patients per year and aims to increase access to comprehensive primary and preventive health care and to improve the health status of the community, especially for the underserved and vulnerable, in a financially responsible manner
Signed disclosure letter: Click here

Project Sponsor:
 P.E.A.C.E. Afterschool Program
Project description: Funding would be used to provide free after school care and a summer STEAM camp for 50 students as well as program expansion of services to 20 youth ages 15-21 for educational services through Project Restoration: Terrace Avenue partnership
Signed disclosure letter: Click here

Project Sponsor: The Corporate Source
Project description: Funding would be used for The Corporate Source’s Information Technology Training & Certification Program for individuals with disabilities.
Signed disclosure letter: Click here

Project Sponsor: 
The Incorporated Village of Hempstead
Project description: Funding would be used for the construction of infrastructure improvements to the sewer and water systems in the Village of Hempstead. 
Signed disclosure letter: Click here

Project Sponsor:
 Town of Hempstead
Project description: Funding would be used for a new exhibit and interactive displays at the Marine Nature Study Area in Oceanside, New York
Signed disclosure letter: Click here

Project Sponsor: Town of Hempstead
Project description: Funding would be used for streetscape improvements within the commercial business district to enhance pedestrian safety.
Signed disclosure letter: Click here

Project Sponsor:  United Way of Long Island
Project description: Funding would be used for supporting a YouthBuild program, which is a community-based pre-apprenticeship program that provides job training and educational opportunities for young people
Signed disclosure letter: Click here


Programmatic Requests 
If your organization already participates in federally funded programs, please click here to complete our form for programmatic funding or bill or report language. Requests must be merit-based and comply with all current House rules. Requests will only be accepted through this website. 

For assistance with this form please call our Washington, D.C. office at (202) 225-5516. The deadline to submit programmatic requests for FY22 has passed.   

Disclosures:
“Member Designated Project” Requests Submitted (listed in alphabetical order)