Marywood University Announces Eligibility for Educational Improvement Tax Credit Program (EITC)
Your company can transform the lives of future college students through the EITC program by making a contribution to Marywood’s MOMENTUM program.
How It Works
Tax credits may be applied against the tax liability of a business for the tax year in which the contribution
was made. These are available on a first-come first-served basis for contributions to EITC approved
organizations like Marywood University. Companies in Pennsylvania that pay any of the following taxes
qualify to participate:
- Corporate Net Income Tax
- Bank Shares Tax
- Title Insurance & Trust Company Shares Tax
- Insurance Premium Tax (excluding surplus lines, unauthorized, domestic/foreign marine)
- Mutual Thrift Tax
- Malt Beverage Tax
- Retaliatory Fees under section 212 of the Insurance Company Law of 1921
What is the Educational Improvement Tax Credit (EITC) Program?
The EITC Program enables companies to support nonprofit schools at minimal cost. Instead of sending tax dollars to Harrisburg, companies can reallocate them to support Marywood University’s MOMENTUM Program. This program enables students to earn college credits at a significantly reduced cost while still in high school.
Who may make EITC gifts?
You might be surprised. Businesses ranging from neighborhood pharmacies, to mid-sized companies, to large corporations, are all eligible.
How much of a business’ tax liability can be donated to Marywood University through EITC?
Participating businesses can receive a tax credit equal to 75% of a contribution up to $750,000 per year. The credit increases to 90% if the business agrees to provide the same amount for two years.
Can Marywood help me apply?
Yes. We will work with you to make the process as simple as possible. Contact Pat Rosetti ’93 at 570-961- 4596 or email@example.com. For additional information, visit www.newpa.com/EITC.
Landmark Community Bank presents an $1,500 Pennsylvania Education Improvement Tax Credit (EITC) donation to Marywood University's Momentum program, presenting high school juniors and seniors with the chance to enroll in college-level courses to get a head start on their college education. From left: Patricia Rosetti '93, Marywood Leadership Annual Giving Officer; Francis E. "Trip" Crowley, Landmark Community Bank Branch Manager/Vice President; David B. Wintermute, Landmark Community Bank Commercial Relationship Manager.
Waste Management presents an $8,000 Pennsylvania Education Improvement Tax Credit (EITC) donation to Marywood University's Momentum program, presenting high school juniors and seniors with the chance to enroll in college-level courses to get a head start on their college education. From left: Christina Weaver, Account Manager, Waste Management; Patricia Rosetti '93, Marywood Leadership Annual Giving Officer.
Fidelity Deposit and Discount Bank, Dunmore, donates EITC funds to Marywood University for their MOMENTUM program.
Left to right: Dan Santaniello, President, Fidelity Deposit and Discount Bank, Sr. Mary Persico, IHM, President, Renée Zehel, Vice President for University Advancement, Marywood University
FNCB Bank presents a $2,000 Pennsylvania Education Improvement Tax Credit (EITC) donation to Marywood University’s Momentum Program which provides high school juniors and seniors with the opportunity to get a head start on college by enrolling in college level courses. From left: L-R: Nancy Jeffers; FNCB Vice President, Commercial Officer; Renée Gregori Zehel, Marywood Vice President University Advancement; Sister Mary Persico, IHM, Ed.D. Marywood President; and Jerry Champi, FNCB President & CEO.