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Neighborhood Assistance Program 2018-06-29T16:01:39+00:00

Neighborhood Assistance Program (NAP) – State Tax Credit

vagov_logo_blackThe Neighborhood Assistance Program (NAP) was created by the 1981 Virginia General Assembly. State tax credits are available to encourage donors to contribute directly to qualified non-profit agencies, such as the Blue Ridge Area Food Bank. In addition to the state credit, the donor can also claim the charitable donation on federal taxes to the extent allowed by law.

The Food Bank applies annually and is awarded allocations based on proven operational success and on our capacity to serve impoverished people.

Click Here to access the Food Bank’s current criteria and information you need for 2018

Click Here to access the CNF-E Application form for 2018

Click here to access the Tax Credit Adjustment Agreement form for 2018

Questions? Please contact Karen Ratzlaff at 540-213-8404 or kratzlaff@brafb.org.