HUD’s Office of Community Planning and Development, Congressional Grants Division is responsible for the administration of congressionally-directed spending under the Economic Development Initiative - Community Project Funding (CPF).
What are Economic Development Initiative - Community Project Funding (CPF) grants?
CPF grants are selected through a congressionally-directed application process. HUD does not facilitate the grant application process.
CPF grants provide investment in a wide variety of projects such as housing, homelessness prevention, workforce training, public facilities, parks, resilience planning and other critical infrastructure and services.
Who is eligible to receive these funds?
Projects selected for Community Project Funding are listed in the Joint Explanatory Statement (JES) that accompanies a specific fiscal year’s appropriations act. The JES lists projects by entity, project name, award amount and congressional sponsor.
Only entities named in the JES for a specific fiscal year are eligible to receive these grant funds.
Key Information for Grantees
Click on the button below for your specific fiscal year to find detailed information on accessing your grant. For those organizations with grants in both fiscal year FY2022 and FY2023, please review both sets of information.
For additional details, please reference the Grant Award Letter, Grant Agreement and Grant Guide emailed by HUD to you the week of February 27, 2023 and March 6, 2023 from CPFgrants@hud.gov. If you are a recipient organization and did not receive these materials, reach out via email.
Be sure to visit the HUD Exchange CPF page, your one-stop shop for training and technical assistance resources related to CPF grant implementation. View resources and tools, register for upcoming training, access recordings from past trainings, and get program support.
Content current as of February 22, 2024.