Appropriations Request Forms for Fiscal Year 2023 

Community Project Funding
This year, the House of Representatives will be accepting requests for Community Project Funding for Fiscal Year 2023. 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 FY23 was April 14, 2022 COB.  Please contact our office with any questions

Financial Disclosures for FY3

Project: Social/Emotional Support for Students Project
Entity: Baldwin Union Free School District
Request: $3,000,000

Project: Bunky Reid Park Upgrade at the Yes We Can Community Center Project
Entity: Town of North Hempstead
Request: $900,000

Project: Community Cafe: College, Career, Civics Access Program
Entity: Long Beach Latino Civic Association
Request: $50,000

Project: East Meadow Dioxane Mitigation project
Entity: Town of Hempstead
Request: $3,500,000

Project: Freeport High School College and Career Center Program
Entity: Freeport Union Free School District
Request: $173,923

Project: Security Improvements to Water Operations Project
Entity: Incorporated Village of Freeport
Request: $240,000

Project: Future is Now- STEM Education Program
Entity: “Museums at Mitchel” Doing Business As Cradle of Aviation Museum
Request: $75,000

Project: Hispanic Counseling (HCC) Teen Drop In Center After School Program
Entity: Hispanic Counseling Center Inc.
Request: $128,468

Project: Homework Helpline and Tutoring Project
Entity: Roosevelt Union Free School District
Request: $525,000

Project: Expand Homeless Safety Net Services
Entity: The Interfaith Nutrition Network, Inc.
Request: $2,000,000

Project: Student Assistance Program 2.0
Entity: Long Island Council on Alcoholism and Drug Dependence, Inc.
Request: $150,000

Project: Resilient Impactful Sustaining Empowerment Project
Entity: The Marion and Aaron Gural JCC
Request: $300,000

Project: Senior Safety Net Program
Entity:  Family and Children's Association
Request: $75,000

Project: Technology & Workforce Opportunity Program
Entity: Urban League of Long Island, Inc.
Request: $1,145,820

Project: WORC Justice Services Program
Entity: Woman's Opportunity Rehab Center
Request: $637,957