Norton Announces Selections for Community Project Funding Requests
WASHINGTON, D.C. – Congresswoman Eleanor Holmes Norton (D-DC) today announced the community project funding requests that she submitted for the fiscal year 2022 appropriations bills. Members were allowed to submit up to 10 requests. Norton received a total of 80 requests and submitted 10. Norton said she regrets that she could not submit many worthy requests.
The House Appropriations Committee established very narrow eligibility criteria for the projects, and unfortunately, many of the proposals Norton received did not meet the criteria. Norton will learn which requests, if any, may receive funding when the committee releases the appropriations bills. For a project to receive funding, the funding must be included in the version of the appropriations bill that is passed by the House and Senate and signed into law.
- Children’s National Hospital, $3 million, addition of 14 private rooms to its intensive care unit and four hemodialysis rooms and other updates
- D.C. Central Kitchen, $500,000, expansion of job training programs
- MedStar Washington Hospital Center, $792,000, construction of a full-scope maternity center
- Capital Clubhouse Inc., $202,600, consolidation of the presence of the organization’s global mental health services model in D.C.
- Calvary Women’s Services, $200,000, support for the Reach Up Housing Project
- DC Safe, $570,000, construction of permanent facility for SAFE Space Crisis Shelter
- 11th Street Bridge Park, $3 million, bridge park
- Faunteroy Community Enrichment Center, $910,000, Resilience Hubs throughout Ward 7
- District Alliance for Safe Housing, $526,730, support for the Cornerstone Safe Housing Program
- Marshall Heights Community Development Organization, $5 million, establish and operate Urban Prosperity Hub with a community kitchen and small business incubator