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Community Project Funding Requests

The Community Project Funding Request form for FY24 has now closed.

Click here to see Congressman Nadler's FY24 - FY22 Community Project Funding Requests.

The Community Project Funding (CPF) process allows Members of Congress to direct funding toward specific projects back in their Congressional District. This process
began in 2021 and was previously referred to as "earmarks" but has since been revamped to include strict ethics and transparency requirements following a decade-long hiatus.

As your U.S. Representative, I want to ensure that the federal government invests in the policies and programs that help move New York’s 12th Congressional District, our city, our state, and our country forward. That’s why it’s important I hear directly from you about what our federal budget should prioritize.

Fiscal Year 2024 CPF Process 

My office is accepting CPF applications for Fiscal Year (FY) 2024 until Friday, March 17, 2023, at 5 PM ET. Applications can be found in the next section and are sorted by House Appropriations Subcommittees. 

Please note that House Republicans have eliminated accounts for the Small Business Administration, Department of Education, Department of Defense, and Department of Health and Human Services. Museums, memorials, and “commemorative” projects have been prohibited.

Guidance for Community Project Funding is available here.

The Community Project Funding accounts list is available here.

A template for the Member Financial Disclosure Certification and Federal Nexus Statement is available here.

If you have any questions, please contact my Legislative Director Andrew Heineman at or (202) 225-5635. 
All applications must come with letters of community support. Please email letters of community support to

Appropriations Subcommittee Dear Colleagues, Guidance, and Rep. Nadler’s FY2024 CPF Applications: 


Agriculture, Rural Development, Food and Drug Administration and Related Agencies 

Commerce, Justice, Science, and Related Agencies

Energy and Water Development and Related Agencies

Homeland Security

Interior, Environment, and Related Agencies

Military Construction, Veterans Affairs, and Related Agencies

Transportation, and Housing and Urban Development, and Related Agencies

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