CDFI Fund Releases Updated FAQs for FY 2017 CDFI Awardees


CDFI Fund Releases Updated FAQs for FY 2017 CDFI Awardees

March 16, 2018 — Today, the Community Development Financial Institution (CDFI) Fund released an updated version of their frequently asked questions document related to FY 2017 Assistance Agreements. This document includes answers to the most common questions that the CDFI Fund receives, including a response for awardees that have not yet received an assistance agreement for their FY 2017 awards.

The updated FAQs document may be downloaded by following this link to the CDFI Fund’s website.

The CDFI Fund also shared a recording of their March 13th FY 2017 Assistance Agreement Q&A Webinar hosted by the CDFI & NACA Program Team.

One final reminder: Today is the last day to submit an FY 2017 CDFI Program or NACA Program Assistance Agreement amendment request OR to contact the CDFI & NACA Program Team with questions about your organization’s FY 2017 Assistance Agreement prior to signing, unless otherwise noted in your organization’s Transmittal Letter.

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Cathie & Annie Donovan CDFI Roundtable

Pictured L to R: Federation President & CEO Cathie Mahon and CDFI Fund Director Annie Donovan address attendees at the Federation’s 7th Annual CDFI Credit Union Update at the GAC last month

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