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Community Service Is Not Out Of The Reach of Small Business

There have been an increasing number of conversations lately about how small businesses can get involved in community projects. Of course, giving to the United Way and contributing to organizations like Habitat for Humanity and Living Classrooms are always excellent ideas. But more and more, people want to be directly involved in projects. There is a very rich landscape of alternatives out there for community involvement and projects. Baltimore Volunteers Unlimited has the GIVE program. In a recent newsletter from Gross, Mendelshohn & Associates, a substantial regional CPA and Management Consulting Firm there was news about a tax credit that Maryland companies could receive for Community Investment. Go HERE for more information on GIVE.  To read about the tax credit, click HERE.

We are all in the same village. It’s up to us to keep making it a better one.