New Tax Credit Opportunities - Annual Advisor Luncheon
September 28, 2016
Area accountants, attorneys and financial planners are invited to attend The Community Foundation's Annual Advisor Luncheon
Now in its 6th year, this complimentary luncheon at Renato’s is a great opportunity to learn the latest charitable giving opportunities and to network with like-minded local professionals.
Guests Jeff Barbour, Partner and C. Scott Clarke, Partner, Brown Edwards & Company LLP, will provide insight into the Virginia Education Improvement Scholarship Tax Credits Program.
The Community Foundation is now helping to enroll more students in financial need in independent schools by providing incentive opportunities to donors who support Virginia Education Improvement Scholarships.
The foundation is authorized to offer a 65 percent state tax credit on top of current state and federal tax deductions for monetary and marketable securities donations to nonprofits that, in turn, provide independent school scholarships through the Virginia Department of Education’s Virginia Education Improvement Scholarships Tax Credit Program.
Generous citizens can support low income new students at K-12 schools such as Holy Cross Academy, Fredericksburg Academy, Fredericksburg Christian Schools and more. These gifts, when made through an approved scholarship foundation such as The Community Foundation, provide a tax benefit to the donor along with the gift of a life-changing education for new students in financial need.
Space is limited at this complimentary luncheon.
Please secure your reservation by October 20th. Please call or email your RSVP (540) 373-9292 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Tuesday, October 25
11:45 – meet & greet
12:00 – lunch & discussion
(1:00 PM – optional Q&A roundtable)
422 William Street, Fredericksburg, VA 22401
Call Lisa Biever at (540) 373-9292 or email email@example.com with any questions.
You may read more about the Virginia Education Improvement Scholarship Tax Credit Program here: http://www.cfrrr.org/tax-credits-for-donors-to-private-education