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Despite the difficulties that the Coronavirus pandemic has created, our #GreenNFit Springfield Neighborhood Rebuild is still thriving! For all of our programs, we have established safety guidelines for the families we serve, and our contractors to keep everyone safe and healthy! Check out our Facebook photo album to see the work we have done in the past! stay tuned for #GNF Engagement....
"Revitalizing homes, neighborhoods & lives through preservation, education and community involvement."
We perform critical repairs, modifications and rehabilitation on the homes and non-profit facilities of low-income families with children, the elderly, military veterans and people with
Due to COVID-19, we will not be able to host 1,000 volunteers in April, 2021, however we still need your help! Building contractors will be helping us to work on homes to replace roofs, install energy-efficient windows, doors, repair steps, install hand railings and more
#GreenNFit Neighborhood Rebuild Capstone
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Community Investment Tax Credit (CITC)
Your tax-deductible donation no matter how small or large will go towards making homes safe, healthy, accessible and energy-efficient for those in need in Western Massachusetts
Corporation or Business
You are eligible for a 50% refundable tax credit for any donation of $1,000 or more. All individuals, nonprofits, and businesses in all 50 states qualify!
Your donation may also be tax-deductible on your federal income tax. Please consult a professional tax advisor.
CITC is designed to enable local residents and stakeholders throughout the country to work with and through qualified Community Development Corporations (CDCs) to partner with nonprofit, public, and private entities to improve economic opportunities for low and moderate income households and other residents in urban, rural, and suburban communities across the Commonwealth of Massachusetts.
Helping Families Affected by COVID-19
Working with Partners in Health and the Commonwealth of Massachusetts’s Community Tracing Collaborative, we have been able to deliver cleaning supplies and food to families in quarantine due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Over the past few months, we have serviced over 100 families and 400 people in the Springfield area, giving them the essentials they need to stay home and stay safe.
Kits include masks, disinfectant, microfiber cleaning cloths, eco-friendly cleaning sprays, and flyers with information on other community resources. Masks were donated by various organizations in Western Massachusetts including the UMass Theater Department's costume shop, DIY Masks of Western Mass, and the Hampden County Sheriff's Department.