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SBV of the Week: Sign Language Interpreter for Kent County Tax Credit Coalition

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Each week the Volunteer Center highlights a compelling skills-based volunteer (SBV) opportunity found on our Volunteer Solutions website. This week's SBV opportunity comes from The Kent County Tax Credit Coalition .


A volunteer proficient in sign language interpretation is needed this tax season to help increase accessibility to the Kent County Tax Credit Coalition's free tax filing service. This volunteer shift takes place on the evening of April 4th and will last about four hours. Sharing your skills could help bring in over  $5,000 in Earned Income Tax Credits and refunds for a low-income family.


With an average reported income of $14,324, KCTCC clients can use these tax refunds for basic necessities such as food and clothing, home and car repairs, or medical treatment.


If you are interested in this important opportunity, please contact Brenda Brame at  (616)-752-8647.


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