Playworks Colorado is Childcare Tax Credit Eligible

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Did you know that donations made to Playworks Colorado are now eligible for the Child Care Contribution Credit? Here’s what that means for you: an income tax credit of 50% of the donation may be claimed against your Colorado income taxes.

Your donation will go to support students at schools like Eagleview Elementary. Principal Bianca D. Porter said, “Playworks has been instrumental in transforming the recess experience for our students! The focus on inclusion, safety, conflict resolution, and most importantly the love of play is what it’s all about. The number of incident reports and office referrals is slim to none. The students know the expectations, have a say in options and have the skills to problem solve any conflicts that come their way.”

Do you want to take advantage of this credit and make an even greater impact from your donation?

Make Your Tax Deductible Donation Today

Playworks Colorado doesn’t offer tax advice, please consult your tax adviser with inquiries. 

 

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