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Pennsylvania Donations

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Pennsylvania Donations

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The following are allowed contributions you can make with your refund or along with your tax payment:

Wild Resource Conservation Fund
You have the chance to "Do Something Wild" and help protect Pennsylvania's non-game wildlife and native wild plants by making a contribution to the Wild Resource Conservation Fund. This special nonprofit fund helps Pennsylvania's resource agencies protect and restore these unique state treasures.You can also send a direct, tax-deductible contribution to: Wild Resource Conservation Fund, PO Box 8764, Harrisburg, PA 17105-8764. For more information, visit: www.dcnr.state.pa.us/wrcp/

Military Family Relief Assistance Program
Help those who serve our Nation and Commonwealth by making a gift to the Military Family Relief Assistance Program. Your gift will help Pennsylvania service members and their families by providing financial assistance to those with a direct and immediate financial need as a result of military service. You can also send a direct, taxdeductible, gift to the Military Family Relief Assistance Program, c/o Department of Military and Veterans Affairs, Fort Indiantown Gap, Annville, PA 17003-5002. For more information visit: www.dmva.state.pa.us or call toll free, 1-866-292-7201.

PA Breast Cancer Coalition's Breast and Cervical Cancer Research Fund
You have the opportunity to contribute to the PA Breast Cancer CoalitionÆs Breast and Cervical Cancer Research Fund by making a donation of all or a part of your tax refund. Every penny of your donation goes directly to fund breast and cervical cancer research conducted by Pennsylvania researchers. You can also send a direct, tax-deductible contribution to: PBCC's Breast and Cervical Cancer Research Fund, c/o PA Breast Cancer Coalition, 344 N Reading Road, Ephrata, PA 17522. For more information, visit www.pabreastcancer.org or call 1-800-377-8828.

Governor Robert P. Casey Memorial Organ and Tissue Donation Awareness Trust Fund
In Pennsylvania alone, there are more than 7,000 men, women and children waiting to receive life-saving organ transplant. Just one donor can save or enhance the lives of up to 50 people. Donating an organ is truly giving the gift of life.

Each year, many Pennsylvanians are fortunate to receive transplanted organs that save their lives. You can help this vital effort by contributing all or a portion of your Pennsylvania tax refund to support educational programs that encourage people to become organ and tissue donors. You can also send a direct, tax-deductible contribution by making your check or money order payable to the Governor Robert P. Casey Memorial Trust Fund and mailing it to: Department of Health, Bureau of Administrative and Financial Services, Division of Budget, 625 Forster St., Health and Welfare Building, Room 832, Harrisburg, PA 17120.

Juvenile (Type 1) Diabetes Cure Research Fund
Type 1 diabetes is a condition where the body does not produce insulin, the hormone needed to convert sugar (glucose), starches and other food into energy needed for living. Although the disease can be diagnosed at any age, it is most often diagnosed in children, adolescents and young adults. The causes of Type 1 diabetes are unknown, and there is currently no way to prevent or cure it. Persons with Type 1 diabetes are dependent on injected or pumped insulin for life. You have the opportunity to help find a cure for this disease by contributing all or a portion of your Pennsylvania tax refund to the Juvenile (Type 1) Diabetes Cure Research Fund. You can also send a direct, tax-deductible contribution by making your check or money order payable to the Juvenile (Type 1) Diabetes Cure Research Fund and mailing it to: Department of Health, Bureau of Administrative and Financial Services, Division of Budget, 625 Forster St., Health and Welfare Building., Harrisburg, PA 17120.

 


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