Tax Credits Explained: Learn about the Neighborhood Assistance Program from the PA Department of Community & Economic Development
The Scranton Area Community Foundation and the PA Department of Community & Economic Development invite you to join us for:
This free, informational webinar aims to provide nonprofit professionals and professional advisors with an opportunity to learn more about tax credits available through the PA Neighborhood Assistance Program (NAP). Learn how establishing business partnerships through the NAP can help ensure community development projects receive the financial support and investment they need to succeed.
Professional advisors working with charitably-minded clients will also benefit from this informational webinar to learn how clients can effectively utilize charitable giving through tax credit programs.
Tax Credits Explained:
Learn about the Neighborhood Assistance Program
from the PA Department of Community & Economic Development
November 18, 2021
Presented by Paul Macknosky, EDFP, NE Regional Director from the PA Department of Community & Economic Development
This webinar is brought to you by:
NAP (Neighborhood Assistance Program) has served as a resource for nonprofits, businesses and neighborhoods for over 30 years and provides up to 75% in tax credits for investments in NAP designated projects. NAP promotes community participation and collaborations among nonprofits, businesses, and residents while producing outcomes which assist a distressed area or the low-income population in a neighborhood.
Businesses that are engaged in a public-private partnership with an eligible neighborhood organization and who support community development projects in a fiscally distressed neighborhood or low-income community may qualify for Pennsylvania tax credits through NAP.
Register now for the “Tax Credits Explained” webinar taking place on Thursday, November 18 at 9:00 AM to learn more about NAP and have your questions answered by an expert from the PA Department of Community & Economic Development.
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