In This Newsletter:

  • Federal Community Project Funding FY23
  • Appropriations Requests
  • Launch 1000
  • Impact of Multi-Family Housing Development Study 
  • Upcoming NPW Events
  • Member Events
  • NPW Program Wrap Up



Guidance for FY23 Community Project Funding is now available herePlease feel free to contact Legislative Director, Michael Perez, at or District Director, Joan Grangenois-Thomas, at, with any questions you might have. PDF on Guidance & Requirements.


The Office of Congressman Bowman is gearing up to submit Appropriations Requests for Fiscal Year 2023. As part of this process, Congressman Bowman will be able to submit 15 "Community Project Funding" requests for consideration by the House Appropriations Committee. These requests are for funds to be directed specific projects in our community (you can find examples of last year's requests here). Only certain federal funding accounts are eligible for community project funding. List of federal accounts that public and nonprofit entities can apply for this year

How to Apply for Community Project Funding:

  • Visit The application form you fill out should correspond to the Subcommittee through which you are seeking funding. 
  • For each funding account, there are strict guidelines on what are considered eligible activities for funding. Please read the instructions at the top of the relevant application form in full to determine if your project meets the guidelines. 
  • As part of the application process, you will need to provide evidence of community support. 

The deadline to apply for funding through Bowman's office is April 15th, 2022. 




Launch1000 has everything you need to start a home-based business in one place. This “idea accelerator” from the Westchester County Office of Economic Development is designed to provide step by step, immersive, action-based learning to de-risk any new business idea before going to market. It works for products, services, social enterprises, non-profits, small local business ideas and large global business ideas. The deadline to apply is April 14. All County residents are eligible to apply. Learn more here




The Welcome Home Westchester initiative has released a data specific study that illustrates the positive local tax benefits and minimal school enrollment impact of recent multi-family developments throughout the County. This analysis is a valuable planning tool for local developers, planners, and government leaders. Learn more here.


Register for All NPW Events Here



April 19: Westchester County Association 3rd Annual Regional Workforce Summit

See All Member Events Here



Close to 100 participants were greeted by Attorney General Letitia James on Wednesday, March 30th for an Overview of the Charities Bureau and the Westchester Regional Office. Thank you to Pro Bono Partnership and the Charities Bureau for leading such a timely session about the new upcoming electronic filling requirement related to the form 990.


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