Thank you to our VITA sponsors and partners

Sponsors

A big thank you to the companies and organizations that make our Volunteer Income Tax Assistance (VITA) work possible. Their financial contributions are helping local residents save money for the things that matter most and receive credits like the state and federal Earned Income Tax Credits.

Internal Revenue Service*

We also are grateful to the following leaders and organizations that provide crucial support for local VITA work.

  • AARP 
  • AmeriCorps NCCC
  • Asian Resources, Inc.
  • California Assemblymember Kevin McCarty, District 7
  • California Assemblymember Ken Cooley, District 8
  • California Assemblymember Jim Cooper, District 9
  • California Department of Community Services and Development
  • California Franchise Tax Board
  • California Senator Dr. Richard Pan
  • California State Board of Equalization Vice Chair George Runner, District 2
  • California State Controller Betty T. Yee
  • California State University, Sacramento
  • City of Sacramento
  • Community Housing Opportunities Corporation
  • Folsom Cordova Community Partnership
  • Goodwill Industries of Sacramento Valley & Northern Nevada
  • Grant Union High School
  • Hiram Johnson High School
  • Internal Revenue Service – Stakeholder Partnerships, Education and Communication Area 3
  • JPMorgan Chase
  • La Familia Counseling Center
  • Mutual Assistance Network
  • Placer County Department of Health and Human Services
  • Robla School District
  • Sacramento City Councilmember Allen Warren, District 2
  • Sacramento County Department of Human Assistance
  • Sacramento County Supervisor Phil Serna, District 1
  • Sacramento Food Bank & Family Services
  • Sacramento Mayor Darrell Steinberg
  • SEIU Local 1000
  • U.S. Congressmember Ami Bera, 7th District
     

Thanks also to our many community volunteers who complete IRS VITA certification and work at our sites to provide free tax help in various languages.

VITA is a national program of the IRS and offers free help to people who make a limited income and need help preparing their tax returns. United Way California Capital Region leads the local effort for Sacramento County.

*The IRS awarded a grant to United Way California Capital Region to support its VITA work.