Why Should You Donate?
Your investment in the Armstrong Center for Community Learning is an investment in the future of our community. Your donations help us succeed in our vision to be a valued asset and respected partner of the educational community meeting the needs our region's life long learners as well as helping to strengthen the workforce, promote innovative technologies, classes, instructors, degrees, certifications, programs, classrooms, equipment and learning, for students right here in your community.
Make a Donation
The Armstrong Center for Community Learning's Board of Directors and Staff would like to thank all who donated to the ACCL during 2022-2023:
Armstrong County Building & Loan Association
Armstrong Power LLC
Bonus Accounting LLC
Byers Busing Company
Crooked Creek Dam Quilters
CWM Environmental, Inc.
Donna Weckerly Photography, LLC
Elderton State Bank
Experience Armstrong, Inc.
Fort Armstrong Wireless Association
HF Sinclair dba Sonneborn LLC
Kiskiminetas Watershed Association
Kittanning Dairy Queen
McCutcheon Enterprises, Inc.
Mecall Services LLC
Mechling & Heller LLP
On the Edge Manufacturing, Inc.
PA Master Naturalists
Pittsburgh Zoo & PPG Aquarium
Polish Falcons of America #159
Progressive Workshop of Armstrong County
Projectile Tube Cleaning, Inc.
R.E.D. Mantini LLC
Rachel Carson Trails Conservancy
Rosebud Mining Company
Shafer’s HVAC, Inc.
Sprankle’s Neighborhood Market
The River’s Edge Canoe & Kayak, LLC
The Traveling Greenhouse
Widnoon Soft Serve
Mark & Karen Balint
Steve & Gretchen Black
Ken and Jo Ellen Bowman
Royce & Beth King
David & Colleen McFarland
Michael Watterson & Joseph Bieganski
John & Cheryl Welch
Other Ways to Donate:
Educational Improvement Tax Credit Program
The ACCL is an approved educational improvement organization under the Educational Improvement Tax Credit (EITC) Program.
EITC is an educational tax credit program aimed at PA corporations to offset the following taxes:
- Corporate Net Income Tax
- Capital Stock Franchise Tax
- Bank and Trust Company Shares Tax
- Title Insurance Companies Share Tax
- Insurance Premiums Tax
- Mutual Thrift Institutions Tax
- Personal Income Tax of S Corporation shareholders or Partnership Partners
The dollars your business would have paid in state taxes are diverted to support educational programs that serve area residents. Your commitment can be one year (75% credit) or two years (90% credit).
To participate, download the EITC form.
The form is also available by calling the PA Department of Community and Economic Development at 717-787-7120 or by visiting: https://dced.pa.gov/programs/educational-improvement-tax-credit-program-eitc/.
Tax credits are awarded on a first-come, first-served basis. PA can only award a maximum dollar amount of Educational Improvement Tax Credits within a given tax year, so it is imperative to be timely when submitting the application to DCED. Once the tax credit is approved, the EITC will be applied to the taxpayer’s account by the PA Dept. of Revenue.