October 17, 2017
Representatives from First Lady of Virginia's office, Virginia Secretary of Agriculture and Forestry, and Department of Taxation
Through Virginia’s Food Crop Donation Tax Credit, farmers have the opportunity to use their excess crops for a purpose: serving the 1.2 million Virginians who go hungry each year. In this webinar, participants will learn more about how they can make use of the tax credit to donate their excess harvest, give back to hungry families, and receive up to 30% of the value of their donation. The presentation will cover background of the program, a walkthrough on filing for the credit, suggestions on connecting with local food banks, and a question and answer session.
Food Crop Donation Tax Credit Guidelines:
Food Crop Donation Tax Credit Application and Certification, Forms FCD-1 and FCD-2:
Virginia Federation of Food Banks:
Virginia Food Access Network:
Federal Charitable Deduction, Publication 526:
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