Tuesday, February 22, 2011

Do Something Wild With Your State Income Tax Return: Support The Wild Resources Fund

Don’t forget Pennsylvania’s wild things and wild places when you file your PA income tax return this year.
For the past 29 years taxpayers have been able to donate all or part of their state income tax refund to the Wild Resource Conservation Fund, the only dedicated source of funding for research, education, and conservation of non-game species and wild plants across Pennsylvania.
Since 1982 the Fund has supported the reintroduction of river otters to our waterways and osprey to our skies; funded inventories of rare species and habitats in every county in the state; produced books, videos, and many other educational resources for learners of all ages; and supported hundreds of other projects as well.
When you file your return, just look for line 31 and designate all or part of your tax refund to help conserve Pennsylvania’s rare plants and animals.
Even if you don’t have a tax refund coming, you can still help. Just send your tax deductible donation to the Wild Resource Conservation Fund at P.O. Box 8764, Harrisburg, PA 17105-8764.

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