When you donate at least $100 to NeighborLink Indianapolis before December 31, you could have the opportunity to write off up to half of your donation on your 2018 state income taxes.
How does it work?
With Neighborhood Assistance Program (NAP) credits, you can reduce your state income tax liability by 50% of your donation amount. For example, if you decide to donate $200 dollars to NeighborLink Indianapolis, you can reduce your state income tax liability by $100. Your $200 donation is also tax deductible on your federal taxes, saving you even more. The minimum to donate and earn NAP credits is $100.
The State of Indiana awarded NeighborLink Indianapolis $11,000 in NAP credits for 2017. The state awards NAPcredits to non-profit organizations that help the community in areas like affordable housing, job training, and neighborhood revitalization. The $11,000 NeighborLink Indianapolis receives in NAP credits equates to $22,000 in donations.
NeighborLink Indianapolis will provide you with a confirmation of your donation, which you must use to claim your NAP credits when you file your taxes.
Why should I donate?
NeighborLink Indianapolis helps hundreds of seniors and individuals with disabilities live independently with dignity every year by offering free home repairs and improvements. With the help of NeighborLink Indianapolis, many people in Indianapolis are able to keep their homes, independence, and quality of life. We work hard to ensure that your tax-deductible donation goes to completing as many projects as possible.
If you want to donate and earn NAP credits, you should act fast. They go quickly, the last day to donate is December 31.
How do I donate?
If you want to donate and receive NAP credits, email email@example.com. We will email you back with instructions on how to donate and how to receive NAP credit