Provide assistance to community-based organizations that enables them to implement community or neighborhood projects in the areas of community service, education, crime prevention, job training and physical revitalization.Reidy and Happy Apples would've been eligible for $1,400 in state tax credits under that program. Yes, a whopping fourteen hundred bucks.
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