Recorded: June 2, 2017
The Neighborhood Assistance Program (NAP) provides state tax-credits to businesses that make contributions to nonprofit organizations carrying out eligible projects.
NAP leverages additional resources into the community beyond traditional government funding and can be used to provide much needed services and develop housing and community facilities.
- How to use NAP in your community and what updates have been made to the program.
- About successful NAP- funded projects run by different organizations in the state.
- About the campaign to raise the NAP tax credit allocation from $18 Million to $36 Million.
- Laura Schwartz, Esq., Director of Economic Development, Regional Housing Legal Services
- Chris Sandvig, Director of Policy, Pittsburgh Community Reinvestment Group