To be eligible for the 2022 Renewable and Energy Efficiency Financing Grant Program, organizations must satisfy each of the following conditions.
- Charitable Purpose Applicant is a U.S. tax-exempt organization with a current 501(c)(3) determination letter from the Internal Revenue Service. If your organization does not have this tax status, it may be eligible if it is a U.S. Treasury CDFI Fund certified CDFI.*
- OFN Member Applicant must be a member of Opportunity Finance Network.
- Current Plan Applicant is operating under a business plan or strategic plan that was written or updated within the last five years.
*NOTE: CDFI Fund certification does not automatically guarantee eligibility. If the organization is not a 501(c)(3), OFN may request additional information during the application review process to determine whether the activities that would be supported by the Energy Efficiency Financing Grant Program comply with relevant rules and regulations for charitable giving. For more information on the CDFI Fund, please visit www.cdfifund.gov.