2018 Red Kettle Campaign highlights: http://sar.my/z5
The Allentown Corps has been selected as an EverFi site and we could not be more honored to provide this opportunity to the children we serve!
What is the EITC Program?
The Pennsylvania Educational Improvement Tax Credit (PA EITC) program allows businesses in the Commonwealth to earn a tax credit of up to 90% for certain Pennsylvania taxes when they make a donation to a "scholarship organization" or an "educational improvement organization," a special category under the state tax code.
Our Youth Enrichment Programs at the Allentown Corps is an approved EITC educational improvement program. Programs in our Allentown Corps provide structured recreational, educational and cultural opportunities for children, ages 6 - 15. Our programs operates year round in our after-school and Summer classes. It is our intent to provide a beneficial learning experience that is fun and interesting to the children while supporting the curriculum of area schools.
Please call our Development Office at (610) 432-0128 for more information on how your organization can partner with us as part of the EITC program.
Thank you to our EITC Partners!
The Salvation Army sets children up for success in a variety of ways, through after-school programs and extracurricular activities, but also by providing children in need with school supplies that will help them start the year off right. Join The Salvation Army at the Whitehall and Mill Creek Road stores in Allentown and the Easton Walmart for this year’s Stuff the Bus campaign.
To purchase supplies online: Search for The Salvation Army Allentown
on Walmart.com: https://www.walmart.com/cp/3774807