Council Member King to Host Funding Workshop on Monday, Jan. 26th

New York City Council Member Andy King will hold a workshop on Monday, Jan. 26, for community-based organizations that would like to apply for discretionary funding from his office.

 

The applications for Council Discretionary Member Item funding, which is awarded each year by council members to non-profits and other eligible groups in their districts, must be completed online. But the workshop will help to make sure those applying for funding to fully understand the process.

 

Those organizations applying for funding from Council Member King are strongly urged to attend the  workshop on Monday, 6-9 p.m., at the Williamsbridge NAACP ECE Center, 680 East 219th St., Bronx.

 

Applications must be completed online in one session and applicants cannot save the information as they work or navigate away from the page while they are working. But the application does not time out, and applicants can go back to correct mistakes.

 

Applications are currently available on the city council website – http://council.nyc.gov (click pull down button `Budget’).

 

The FY 2016 timetable is as follows:

  • Currently – FY 2016 applications available on the city council website (applications may only be submitted online);
  •             Feb. 20 – FY 2016 discretionary expense funding applications must be completed no later than 5 p.m.;
  •              Feb. 26 – FY 2016 capital funding applications to the borough president and city council for the same project must be completed no later than 5:00 p.m.;
  • March 26 – The deadline for FY 2016 capital applications to the city council only must be completed no later than 5:00 p.m.

 

For more information on the applications or budget process, please contact Brian Melford, Special Assistant to Council Member Andy King at (718) 684-5509.

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