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FY 2014-15 Funding

Form Name Updated DOC Size PDF Size XLS Size
FY 2014-15 CSBG Funding Application Instructions 09/10/2013 190 KB 127 KB  
FY 2014-15 CSBG Funding Application 09/10/2013 520 KB 381 KB  
FY 2014-15 CSBG Funding Application Budget Form 225 09/10/2013   49 KB 203 KB

FY 2012-13 Year-End Reporting

Form Name Updated DOC Size PDF Size XLS Size PPT Size
Year-End Reporting PowerPoint Presentation 07/12/2013   132 KB    
Year-End Report Template 07/12/2013     69 KB  
CSBG Final Budget (OEO Form 225) 07/12/2013     125 KB  

Programmatic

Form Name Updated DOC Size PDF Size XLS Size
SFY 2014/15 Poverty Guidelines 04/14/2014   30 KB  
Project Review Report (OEO Form 240) 10/03/2013     60 KB
SFY 13/14 Poverty Guidelines 03/05/2013   256 KB  
AR4CA Change Request Form 10/31/2012 53 KB    
Grantee Project Review Report (OEO Form 240) 09/28/2011     56 KB

Fiscal

Form Name Updated DOC Size PDF Size XLS Size
FY 2013-14 CSBG OEO Form 286 7/05/2013     49 KB
FY 2013-14 CSBG OEO Form 286 Instructions 6/27/2013 58 KB    
FY 2013-14 DHHS Certification of Cash Needs Form 6/26/2013 27 KB    
FY 2012-13 CSBG OEO Form 286 6/13/2012     63 KB
CSBG Program Income Plan (Form 225-P) 11/30/2011 40 KB    
CSBG Program Income Plan - Instructions 11/30/2011   41 KB  
FY 2011-12 Budget Form 225 10/20/2011     125 KB
Request for Budget Change (Form 225B) 10/01/2010     27 KB

On-Site Monitoring

Form Name Updated DOC Size PDF Size XLS Size
         

CSBG Allocations

Form Name Updated DOC Size PDF Size XLS Size
Allocation Memo 11-12-13   70 KB  
FY 2014-15 CSBG Allocations Revised Released 11-14-13   1 MG  

Community Services Block Grant/IS Forms (CSBG/IS)

Form Name Updated DOC Size PDF Size XLS Size PPT Size
FY 2013 Sections D-G Forms 10/18/2013     106 KB  
FY 2013 NPI Forms 10/18/2013     185 KB  
CSBG-IS T/TA Power Point 10/03/2013       886 KB
FY 2013 OEO Quick Tips 09/12/2013   60 KB    
Changes and Updates to FY 2013 Forms 09/12/2013   314 KB    
CSBG NPI Instructions (updated January 2013) 09/12/2013   1 MB    
CSBG/IS Instructions Manual 01/26/2010   1.1 MB    
Lexicon 2007 01/26/2010   105 KB    
Telling Community Action's Story - A Guidebook 01/26/2010   1 MB    
OEO Telling Our Story Quick Tips 01/26/2010   27 KB    
NASCSP Targeting Field Manual 08/01/2008   686 KB    

Other Helpful Documents

Form Name Updated DOC Size PDF Size XLS Size
External CSBG Directory, FY13-14 07/23/2013 191 KB    
OEO Program & Fiscal Analyst Assignments 07/02/2012     48 KB

About Community Action Agencies

As mobilizers of resources for the poor at the local level, Community Action Agencies (CAAs) serve millions of Americans whose income is below the poverty level and who do not receive welfare benefits – the working poor. Most CAAs promote self-sufficiency, provide help with setting a household budget, weatherization assistance and help with rental, nutrition, emergency assistance, and help with education and housing. CAAs also administer almost half the nation’s Head Start programs.

History of Community Action Agencies

The CAAs are rooted in the Economic Opportunity Act of 1964, a measure that recognized help was needed and that the poor should have a say in how resources should be allocated to address their needs. In CCAs, at least one-third of the board of directors must represente the poor, a third are public officials or their representatives, and the rest are community-based members representing business, clergy, labor, education and other stakeholders.
Community Action lives on under the Community Services Block Grant Program (CSBG) administered by the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, Administration for Children and Families, Office of Community Services. On average, 7 percent of CAA funding comes from the CSBG; 93 percent comes from other federal, state, local, and private sources.