Morris Avenue Sponorship
Chipola Area Habitat for Humanity is grateful to Gulf Power for their support of the Morris Avenue project via the Community Contribution Tax Credit Program (CCTCP). This program provides a financial incentive (50% tax credit) to encourage Florida businesses to make donations toward community development and housing projects of low-income persons.
The tax credit is easy for a business to receive. Corporations located anywhere in Florida that make donations to an approved community development project may receive a tax credit equal to 50% of the value of the donation. Businesses may take the credit on Florida corporate income tax, franchise tax, insurance premium tax, or sales and use tax.
Find out more about how you can help Habitat build more houses through this program by visiting https://www.chipolahabitat.org/how-to-help/sponsor/.