Article by Executive Director Larry Swanson featured in the Post-Gazette

The Leg­is­la­ture should in­crease tax-cred­its that sup­port ser­vices in lo­cal com­mu­ni­ties.

Nobody understands how to serve the charitable needs of a community better than the people who live and work there, and the best way for business leaders to enhance their communities is through partnership with local service providers. Together, they can build strategies to meet neighborhood needs while avoiding the problems that often result when a far-away agency prescribes a round-peg-square-hole, one-size-fits-all delivery model.

For 50 years, the Neighborhood Assistance Program, a tax credit administered by the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, has helped...

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