PAWV has received an allocation of Neighborhood Investment Program Tax Credits for 2019. Donate to PAWV and earn a tax credit.
PAWV is raising funds for donors to adopt one of West Virginia's Endangered Properties and help local volunteers succeed in saving our special places.
PAWV will work with licensed professionals to provide technical assistance to low-income stewards working to revitalize endangered historic properties in Greenbrier, Monroe, Pocahontas, Preston and Randolph Counties. Funds will be used to tackle site-specific obstacles at challenging buildings, as well as respond to emergency situations that arise at a historic building that will in turn endanger it. PAWV will work with low-income individuals who both serve on nonprofit organizational boards, as well as volunteer to reuse historic sites to benefit their community, or low-income individuals who own a historic building.
Businesses and individuals who donate $500 or more in cash or professional services to PAWV are eligible to receive up to 50% of the contributed amount in the form of state tax credits. Donors may use the tax credit to reduce the liability of Corporate Net Income Tax and/or Personal Income Tax. PAWV has $2,250 ($4,500 in donations) available in NIP tax credits. Contact Danielle Parker at 304-345-6005, or at firstname.lastname@example.org, for more information.
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