Club: Tax credits 'great incentive for donors'

The Boys & Girls Club of the Capital City has been approved for $172,997 in state tax credits through the Missouri Department of Economic Development (DED).

The tax credits are under the DED’s Youth Opportunities Program, which is specifically for organizations administering positive youth development or crime-prevention projects. The program has a maximum of $6 million to award annually.

“This is really a great tool to help us in our fundraising efforts,” said Stephanie Johnson, executive director of the Boys and Girls Club of the Capital City. “It’s ....

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