FY18 Expense and Capital Funding

EXPENSE APPLICATIONS

The Council application is available on the New York City Council Website. The deadline for submitting this is February 21st at 5PM. Please note that the same application will be used to fund:

  1. Requests for Member Item Funding from Council Members; and
  2. Requests for Funding Related to Speaker Initiatives and City-Wide Initiatives (note: a drop down menu box in the application will allow you to apply for a specific City-Wide Initiative), including CASA, the Cultural Immigrant Initiative, the Digital Inclusion Initiative and ALL other Council Initiatives.

It is recommended that organizations complete individual applications to Council Members and separate applications for Speaker funding and/or Initiative funding. For further explanation please contact Amy Slattery at aslattery@council.nyc.gov.

For additional information or answers to FAQ's, please click here.

Please also be aware of the following additional relevant expense applications:

1. MANHATTAN DELEGATION EXPENSE FUNDING:

In addition to funding via individual Council Members, the Manhattan Delegation has a small pool of money that is awarded to organizations providing services in Manhattan, with final decisions being made by the Delegation as a whole. Manhattan Delegation application instructions are available here. To be eligible for this funding, groups must fill out an additional application available here. This application is also due on February 21, 2017 by 5PM.  

2. BLACK, LATINO, AND ASIAN CAUCUS SUPPLEMENTAL FORM FOR EXPENSE FUNDING: 

Each year, the Black, Latino, and Asian Caucus (BLAC) submits a list of Expense funding priority recommendations to the Speaker. This is done to ensure that organizations who serve Black, Latino, and Asian communities on a city-wide level are recognized and represented in the city's budget. Please be aware that the BLAC priorities are recommendations to the Speaker, and as such, not all are approved.

BLAC Expense Application

3. JEWISH CAUCUS SUPPLEMENTAL FORM FOR EXPENSE FUNDING: 

The Jewish Caucus submits a list of Expense funding priority recommendations to the Speaker's office. Funding is meant to support organizations who serve and represent the Jewish community, on a city-wide level.  Please be aware that the Jewish Caucus priorities are recommendations to the Speaker, and as such, not all are approved. The minimum amount that an organization can apply and be considered for via the Jewish Caucus Priority List is $25,000 per program. Applicants should submit one application PER program request, with the corresponding reference number. Applicants may submit up to a maximum of three applications/programs.

Jewish Caucus Expense Application

 

CAPITAL APPLICATIONS

The NON-CITY capital application is also available on the New York City Council Website. Please note that this application is for non-profit and cultural institutions interested in applying to the City Council for funding (i.e. NON-CITY Capital).

City agencies requesting capital allocations (for example city-owned parks, streets, libraries, CUNY branches) do not need to complete this application. Instead, please emailaslattery@council.nyc.gov with your request.

***CAPITAL DEADLINE: March 24th, 2017 by 5PM***

Please also be aware of the following additional relevant applications and supplemental capital applications:

1. CITY CAPITAL APPLICATION FOR SCHOOLS/Reso A:

New York City public schools interested in applying for capital improvements, or “Reso A” grants DO NOT need to fill out the non-city capital application. Instead we are asking schools to fill out this application to Council Member Levine. When complete, please contact Amy Slattery at aslattery@council.nyc.gov or 212-788-7007 to discuss your request.

***DEADLINE: March 24th, 2017 by 5PM***

2. MANHATTAN DELEGATION NON-CITY CAPITAL FUNDING:

In addition to funding via individual Council Members, the Manhattan Delegation has the ability to advocate for Speaker funding for capital requests to be awarded to organizations providing services in Manhattan, with final decisions being made by the Delegation as a whole. To be eligible for this funding, groups must fill out an additional application available here. This application is also due on March 24, 2017 by 5PM.

3. BLACK, LATINO AND ASIAN CAUCUS SUPPLEMENTAL CAPITAL APPLICATION: 

Each year, the Black, Latino, and Asian Caucus (BLAC) submits a list of Capital funding priority recommendations to the Speaker. This is done to ensure that organizations who serve Black, Latino, and Asian communities on a city-wide level are recognized and represented in the city's budget. Please be aware that the BLAC priorities are recommendations to the Speaker, and as such, not all are approved.

BLAC Capital Application

4. JEWISH CAUCUS SUPPLEMENTAL CAPITAL APPLICATION: 

The Jewish Caucus also submits a list of Capital funding priority recommendations to the Speaker's office. Funding is meant to support organizations who serve and represent the Jewish community, on a city-wide level, are recognized and represented in the budget. Please be aware that the Jewish Caucus priorities are recommendations to the Speaker, and as such, not all are approved. 

Jewish Caucus Capital Application


If you have any other questions please contact Amy Slattery at aslattery@council.nyc.gov or 212-788-7007.

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