Community Project Funding Requests
Rep. Bourdeaux has submitted funding requests for important community projects in Georgia's 7th District to the House Appropriations Committee.
Under guidelines issued by the Appropriations Committee, each Representative may request funding for up to 10 projects in their community for fiscal year 2022 – although only a handful may actually be funded. Projects are restricted to a limited number of federal funding streams, and only state and local governments and eligible non-profit entities are permitted to receive funding. Additional information on the reforms governing Community Project Funding is available here.
In compliance with House Rules and Committee requirements, Rep. Bourdeaux has certified that she, her spouse, and her immediate family have no financial interest in any of the projects she has requested.
Listed below are the projects Congresswoman Bourdeaux has submitted to the House Appropriations Committee.
Project Name: Partnered Career Transition Program
Project Name: STEM Living Learning Communities for Sciences/Information Technology (IT)/STEM Living Learning Communities for Health Sciences
Project Name: Gwinnett County Schools Foundation for Building Babies’ Brains – Ready Children Initiative
Project Name: Crisis Intervention Team
Project Name: The Insight Program
Project Name: Gwinnett County University of Georgia Small Business Development Center
Project Name: The Water Tower
Project Name: City of Peachtree Corners’ Curiosity Lab Mobility Hub
Project Name: Lawrenceville Housing Authority