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Today: TANF Emergency Fund Technical Assistance Available at 2pm

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Today: TANF Emergency Fund Technical Assistance Available at 2pm

Time: March 1, 2010 from 2pm to 3:30pm
Location: The Community Foundation for Greater New Haven
Street: 70 Audubon Street
City/Town: New Haven CT
Website or Map: http://campaign.constantconta…
Phone: Access Number 800-377-8846 Passcode: 40299985#
Event Type: technical, assistance, webinar
Organized By: Jim Farnam
Latest Activity: Mar 1, 2010

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Event Description

Applications for these funds are due at DSS by Wednesday, March 3, 2010.

The Community Foundation for Greater New Haven is making available limited technical assistance from Jim Farnam of Holt, Wexler & Farnam, LLP to advise and answer questions of Greater New Haven non-profits in taking advantage of the TANF Emergency Fund opportunity (see detail on the fund below and links to web resources on left).

You can attend in person or connect by conference call:

Access Number 800-377-8846

Passcode: 40299985#

You can also email your questions between now and Wednesday to HWF at gnhtanf@gmail.com or leave a message at 203-772-2050 x13. Every effort will be made to get back to you as quickly as possible.

IF YOU ARE ALREADY PURSUING AN APPLICATION PLEASE TAKE A MINUTE TO LOG IN YOUR REQUESTS HERE ON THIS GOOGLE FORM. This will help us be in touch with you and understand how many applications are coming from Greater New Haven. It will also give all of a us a sense of what applications agencies are making.

To apply, you need to complete the forms available at the DSS web site: Part 1 describing program detail and the Excel spreadsheet (Part 3) with your financial data



Email to Julie Bisi, Department of Social Services, julie.bisi@ct.gov by Wednesday, March 3, 2010



TANF OPPORTUNITY SUMMARY



Connecticut and your organization have an opportunity to leverage federal funding for non-recurrent short term programs and subsidized employment that qualify under a provision in the federal economic stimulus legislation. There is the potential to leverage federal funding at a rate of four dollars for every dollar spent on new investments and on increased spending through September 30, 2010.

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