Webinar June 29,Capacity Building for Sustainable Communities Program 4:30 pm EDT

From: Sustainable Communities 
Sent: Monday, June 27, 2011 4:58 PM
To: Sustainable Communities
Subject: Announcing the Second Webinar on the Capacity Building for Sustainable Communities Program

As announced earlier this month, HUD’s Office of Sustainable Housing and Communities and EPA’s Offices of Sustainable Communities, Water, and Brownfields and Land Revitalization have issued a joint Notice of Funding Availability (NOFA) for the Capacity Building for Sustainable Communities Program.

HUD and EPA will be hosting a second webcast to discuss this funding opportunity and answer questions related to the NOFA on Wednesday, June 29, at 4:30 pm Eastern Time.

In order to participate in the webinar on the Capacity-Building NOFA  you will need both to call in by phone and to log in online.  Instructions are as follows.

Telephone Access
In order to hear webinar audio, please call (800) 762-7308.  There is no passcode—an operator will ask for your name and other optional information, and then connect you to the call.

Internet Access
In order to view the webinar, please visit https://www.livemeeting.com/cc/hud/join?id=7GRGCR&role=attend.  You can log on up to 30 minutes before the meeting start time.  If that link doesn’t work for some reason, you can go to https://www.livemeeting.com/cc/hud/join and enter the meeting ID, 7GRGCR.

We urge you to check beforehand to ensure that LiveMeeting works on your computer.

We look forward to your participation.

We will send out an email with the access information shortly.

Applications for the NOFA are due July 8, 2011. Nonprofit organizations, local or state public agencies, for-profit organizations, nationally recognized and accredited Universities or Colleges, or any combination of eligible entities as a Capacity Building Team are eligible to apply for funding. For more information on how to apply, including recently posted FAQs, please review the NOFA by clicking here.

For more information on this funding opportunity, please visit hud.gov/sustainability, or contact Rachel Kirby in HUD’s Office of Sustainable Housing and Communities at rachel.t.kirby@hud.gov.

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