Pennsylvania Education Improvement Tax Credit (EITC)
Businesses can give to YMCA of Bucks County and support Pre-K and school age programs such as CATCH and Youth and Government by making a donation through the Education Improvement Tax Credit (EITC) program. For more information, view the PDF below or contact Shannon Connolly at email@example.com
How Tax Credits Help Families In Need
Children are eligible for scholarships if the household income is less than $85,000 + $15,608 for each child in the family. For example, a family with one child must have an income below $100,608 whereas a family with three children must have an income below $131,824. The figures will increase in future years for inflation.
About YMCA of Bucks County EITC Programs
YMCA of Bucks County is an approved Education Improvement Tax Organization for both Education Improvement Organization (EIO) and Pre-K Scholarship Organization (PKSO). At YMCA of Bucks County, families can receive important tax credits for preschool and school age academic enrichment to participate in any of our locations. Families must complete a YMCA financial assistance application to participate.
Education Improvement Organization (EIO)
YMCA of Bucks County offers academic enrichment programs for school age children and youth to help enhance the quality of their education. We have approval for the following programs to receive EITC-EIO dollars in partnership with five school districts in Bucks County.
- STEM Camp/Programs Offered in partnership with the National Aerospace Training and Research Center (NASTAR), the YMCA offers a summer day camp and school age program. Children and youth, grades 1-8 perform science experiments, make their own space food, build stomp rockets and launch rockets.
- Living Classroom and Catch In collaboration with Snipes Farm and Education Center and St. Mary Medical Center, we provided access to “an outdoor classroom”. CATCH is an evidence-based program proven to launch kids and communities toward healthier lifestyles.
- Youth and Government Youth and Government™ program involves teens in local and state-organized, model-government programs. Participants, 7th through 12th grade have the opportunity to immerse themselves in experiential civic engagement and to, quite literally, practice democracy.All of our EITC programs are making an important and significant impact upon the community.
All of our EITC programs are making an important and significant impact upon the community.
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Our YMCA of Bucks County is a charitable, nonprofit organization committed to strengthening our communities through membership and programs that foster youth development, healthy living and social responsibility for all. The YMCA has a broad reach across Bucks County serving more than 60,000 people of all ages and backgrounds. The Y provides more than $5 million in community impact annually, and 1,900 individuals donate 19,000 hours of service each year. Free donor-supported community programs include: Veterans Wellness Initiative, 7th Grade Initiative, 2nd Grade Swim, Empower U for Girls, NORM (for adjudicated youth), THRIVE Cancer Wellness and Back to you (B2U). We feed more than 3,000 children daily and provide financial assistance for those in need. YMCA of Bucks County is also a leader regionally, state-wide and nationally.