Consolidated Community Funding Pool
The Consolidated Community Funding Pool (CCFP) funds projects that provide for:
- Human services
- Affordable housing development administration and construction
- Acquisition and/or rehabilitation of affordable housing in Fairfax County
For a complete overview of the CCFP and its functions, please view the General Information page.
- Public Note: Draft Proposed Funding Priorities for the FY 2015-2016 Cycle of the Fairfax County Consolidated Community Funding Pool
- Request for Comments: Draft Priorities for the Consolidated Community Funding Pool
- CCFP Re-Design Notes & Survey
- Board Approved Consolidated Plan One-Year Action Plan for FY 2013
- Listening Project
- Please view the CCFP Calendar for the latest news on the award process.
- Contractor Information page contains the forms and guidelines for contractors.
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Over $10 million dollars was recommended for successful programs for each of the two fiscal years, subject to Fairfax County Board of Supervisors. On May 1, 2012, the Fairfax County Board of Supervisors approved $11,643,334 for Fiscal Year 2013 Consolidated Community Funding Pool (CCFP) awards. Projects begin July 1, 2012. All awards, assuming successful performance, are for a two year period through June 30, 2013.
The Fairfax County Consolidated Community Funding Pool FY 2013 - FY 2014 Request for Proposal (RFP) officially closed on December 5, 2011. For your reference, the RFP, Resource Manual and all forms can be viewed via the links below. The next opportunity to apply for funding will be in the fall of 2013.
Pre-Proposal Conference - October 27, 2011
CCFP Funding Priorities FY 2013-2014
On July 12, 2011, the Fairfax County Board of Supervisors approved the priorities for the Fiscal Year 2013-2014 cycle for the Consolidated Community Funding Pool. The table below lists the four priority areas and the target percentage range for each. The target percentages are intended to provide guidance to applicants and the Selection Advisory Committee that will be appointed to review project proposals. The actual awards will depend on the quality of the proposal and the scoring based on the criteria outlined in the Request for Proposals.
|Priority||Outcome Statement||Target Funding Percentages|
|PREVENTION||Families and individuals remain independent and have the tools and resources to prevent future dependence. Communities increase their ability to support their members in preventing dependence.||10% - 20%|
|Individuals, families or communities in crisis overcome short-term problems (generally not more than three months) and quickly move back to independence.||15% - 25%|
|SELF SUFFICIENCY||Families, individuals, neighborhoods and communities attain self-sufficiency over a period of three months to three years.||45% - 55%|
|LONG-TERM SUPPORTIVE SERVICES||Individuals who have continuing long-term needs, and who therefore may not become self-sufficient, achieve and/or maintain healthy, safe and independent lives to the maximum extent possible.||10% - 20%|
CCFP Funding Sources
Funding in the CCFP is available from a combination of local, state and federal sources:
- Federal and State Community Services Block Grant (CSBG) (approximately 6% of the total funds)
- Federal Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) (approximately 17% of the total funds)
- Fairfax County General Fund (approximately 77% of the total funds)
FY 2013 Consolidated Plan One-Year Action Plan Approved
On May 1, 2012, the Fairfax County Board of Supervisors approved the Proposed Consolidated Plan One-Year Action Plan for FY 2013. The One-Year Annual Action Plan for FY 2013 describes the proposed amounts and uses of funding through the County's four Federal programs: Community Development Block Grant (CDBG), Home Investment Partnership Program (HOME), Housing Opportunities for Persons with AIDS (HOPWA) and Emergency Shelter Grant (ESG). Approximately $8.4 million in Federal funds is estimated to be available in FY 2013 to provide decent housing, establish and maintain a suitable living environment and expand economic opportunities, especially for low and moderate-income persons. The One-Year Action Plan also includes the Consolidated Community Funding Pool (CCFP) awards of $11,194,800 which includes $1,775,579 of CDBG funds, an allocation of HOME funds and local and state funds.
For additional information, please contact Stephen Knippler, Department of Housing & Community Development at 703-246-5161, TTY: 703-385-3578.
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