DRS: 2013 Connecticut Neighborhood Assistance Act

2013 Connecticut Neighborhood Assistance Act



Neighborhood Assistance Act Benefits Local Communities


For Immediate Release:                                                           Tuesday, November  26, 2013


Connecticut’s Commissioner of Revenue Services Kevin B. Sullivan today announced the local recipients eligible to benefit from allocation of Neighborhood Assistance Act business tax credits. (See attached local listing.)


Said Commissioner Sullivan, “Thanks to Governor Malloy, businesses, local governments, and state government are working together through the Neighborhood Assistance Act program to invest in non-profit community providers.”


Under the Neighborhood Assistance Act program, up to $5 million in corporate income tax credits are allocated annually for business donations to community agencies recommended by local governments. Eligible expenses include community service programs, food banks, energy assistance, literacy, and programs for people with special needs.


Added Commissioner Sullivan, “The Neighborhood Assistance Act program sends a clear message that we are all in this together.”


Media calls should be directed to the communications office at (860) 297-5610 or emailed to sarah.kaufman@po.state.ct.us.


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