Community Reinvestment Fund

The Community Reinvestment Fund, a capital grant program, shall be used for community redevelopment, revitalization and investment capital projects which will improve the economic, culture, historical, and recreational health of Delaware communities.

Eligible applicants include county and local governments, community-based nonprofit organizations, and private sector nonprofit organizations. State agencies, school districts, charter schools, private schools, institutions of higher education, churches, fire companies, and for-profit organizations are not eligible for funds from the Community Reinvestment Fund.

Prior Year Allocations

The Fiscal Year 2022 Bond and Capital Improvements Act (Senate Bill 200) allocates $70,000,000 for the Community Reinvestment/Redevelopment Fund to be used for community redevelopment, revitalization and investment capital projects which will improve the economic, culture, historical, and recreational health of Delaware communities.

For a complete listing of awards from the Community Reinvestment/Redevelopment Fund, click here.

All award recipients will receive electronic and paper notifications and instructions for funding disbursements.  Any questions can be submitted to:

Office of the Controller General
Bond_Public_Comment@delaware.gov 
Office Phone: (302) 744-4200

Fiscal Year 2023 Application Information

Please direct questions to the Office of the Controller General at 302-744-4200 or via email at Bond_Public_Comment@delaware.gov.

*Please note, this application does not have a “Save and Continue” function.  The application must be completed in its entirety.  Once submitted, the application cannot be recalled or revised.

All materials submitted to the Office of the Controller General during the grant application process are subject to public inspection upon request in accordance with the Freedom of Information Act (FOIA). 



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View the Community Reinvestment Fund Guidelines

Complete your Application

Application Due Date: May 15, 2022