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Nonprofit Infrastructure Capital Investment Program

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Mission

The Nonprofit Infrastructure Capital Investment Program (NICIP) makes targeted investments in capital projects that improve the quality, efficiency, and accessibility of nonprofit human services organizations that provide direct services to New Yorkers. Targeted investments include renovations or expansions of existing space used for direct program services; modifications to provide for sustainable, efficient spaces that would result in overall energy and cost savings; accessibility renovations; and technology upgrades to improve electronic records, data analysis, and/or confidentiality.

Budget Highlights

The FY 2020 Executive Budget recommends a $98 million reappropriation for NICIP. This reflects spending of $22 million against the original $120 million appropriation.

Program Highlights

In FY 2017, $100 million in grants were awarded through a competitive process to 237 nonprofit human services organizations across the State. In FY 2018, NICIP awarded an additional $20 million in grants to 32 nonprofit organizations. To date, 269 grants have been awarded with a total value of $120 million. These capital projects will improve nonprofit organizations’ physical and technological infrastructure to allow them to better serve some of the most vulnerable New Yorkers.

ALL FUNDS
APPROPRIATIONS
(dollars)
Category Available
FY 2019
Appropriations
Recommended
FY 2020
Change From
FY 2019
Reappropriations
Recommended
FY 2020
Capital Projects 0 0 0 97,852,000
Total 0 0 0 97,852,000

CAPITAL PROJECTS
ALL FUNDS FINANCIAL REQUIREMENTS BY PROGRAM
APPROPRIATIONS
(dollars)
Comprehensive Construction Program Available
FY 2019
Recommended
FY 2020
Change Reappropriations
FY 2020
Nonprofit Infrastructure Capital Investment Program
Capital Projects Fund - Authority Bonds 0 0 0 97,852,000
Total 0 0 0 97,852,000

Note: Most recent estimates as of 1/15/2019

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