50% Tax Credit for Virginia Donors
Tax credits may be available to Virginia donors who meet certain eligibility requirements. The Salvation Army National Capital Area Command (NCAC) has been approved to receive $15,600 in funds to award as tax credits as part of Virginia’s Neighborhood Assistance Program in its 2015-2016 year. The purpose of the program is to encourage giving to nonprofit organizations that provide important social services to Virginia’s low-income residents. Funds are limited and restrictions apply.
Who can apply to The Salvation Army National Capital Area Command for a 50% tax credit in tax year 2015?
- Any returning Virginia donor whose increased gift to the Salvation Army is $2,000 or more or any new Virginia donor giving $2,000 or more. Gifts must be made between July 1- December 31 2015.
The donation of your gift is not a guarantee of a tax credit. The program is administered on a first come first serve basis. Completed forms must be received by The Salvation Army to be sent for tax credit approval. They are contingent upon available funds.
Download pre-populated forms for your donation here:
Visit the website of The Virginia Department of Social Services, Neighborhood Assistance Program, (NAP) at https://www.dss.virginia.gov/community/nap.cgi for general information on donating.
For questions on the distribution of funds within The National Capital Area Command (including Arlington, Fairfax and Prince William Counties and the City of Alexandria) contact Mary Beth Campbell at Mary_Campell@uss.salvationarmy.org or 202-756-3919.
To apply send all completed forms to:
Mary Beth Campbell
The Salvation Army National Capital Area Command
2626 Pennsylvania Avenue NW
Washington, DC 20037
A copy of your check must accompany your completed application.