Explore Department of Youth and Community Development Federal Grants

FPWA analysis of NYC CAFR data. See more charts on Tableau and/or download the data

Current Funding

See How Federal Grants Support DYCD in FY 2021

DYCD Federal Funding: All

DYCD’s FY 21 Adopted Budget is nearly $793 million, of which 11.6 percent ($92 million) comes from the federal government through eight individual grants. Of those, just three federal grants account for almost 80 percent of DYCD’s federal grants.

FPWA analysis of NYC OMB Budget Function Analysis (FY 21 Adopted Budget). See more charts on Tableau and/or download the data

DYCD Federal Funding: By Program Area

DYCD’s budget is divided into ten program areas. Each program area relies on a mix of funding sources and is uniquely vulnerable to budget cuts. For example, Community Development Programs — which supports funding for programs in low-income communities throughout New York City — relies on the largest sum of federal grants ($32 million), while Out-of-School Youth Programs (OSY) — which supports employment programs that focus on vocational training and education for youth aged 16-21 — relies on the largest share of federal grants (99.9 percent).

Select a Program Area to Explore Which Federal Grants It Relies Upon

FPWA analysis of NYC OMB Budget Function Analysis (FY 21 Adopted Budget).

“Runaway Homeless Youth (RHY)” and “Out-of School Time (OST)” program areas are not reliant on federal grants in the FY 21 Adopted Budget, and therefore are not featured in the above charts.

See more charts on Tableau and/or download the data

FPWA analysis of NYC OMB Budget Function Analysis (FY 21 Adopted Budget).

“Runaway Homeless Youth (RHY)” and “Out-of School Time (OST)” program areas are not reliant on federal grants in the FY 21 Adopted Budget, and therefore are not featured in the above charts.

See more charts on Tableau and/or download the data

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