Pennslvania's Neighborhood Assistance Tax Credit Program offers tax credits to businesses in exchange for financial contributions to registered 501 (c)(3) non-profit organizations, working in low-income and distressed neighborhoods. Funds from contributions can assist in providing support for various community and economic development activities such as job training, crime prevention, housing rehab & weatherization, diversity initiatives, rural transportation initiatives, and blight elimination. These programs can be beneficial in further enhancing existing or developing public-private partnerships.
The Philadelphia Bar Association will present a panel discussion with Aliyah Furman Stanger, Pennsylvania Department of Community and Economic Development; Kimberly Allen, Wells Fargo Regional Foundation; and staff from People’s Emergency Center for an informational program on the Neighborhood Assistance Tax Credit Program (NAP). Our panelists examine successful strategies for securing and using NAP tax credits, as well as other resources available at the Department.
The event is Friday, April 12 at 9am. For more details and to register, go here.