CRESTLINE – The United Way of North Central Ohio in Crawford County works with the Village of Crestline to develop programs for the Crestline Community Center.
As tax season approaches, United Way wants to make sure the Crestline community has any help they may need with their taxes.
Starting March 1, the Crestline Community Center will be open Mondays from 4pm to 6pm and Fridays from 10am to 12pm so the community can use free computer and internet access to complete their taxes.
United Way is currently seeking volunteers trained in tax preparation to serve as a resource for those who may need tax preparation assistance.
“We also hope to find a speaker who can talk about RITA and answer community questions about the local tax process,” said Amber Wertman, executive director of United Way in north central Ohio. “We’ll have more information about this soon.”
Additionally, the room will be open on the same schedule for students who need a room to fill out their FAFSA or scholarship applications.
There are six computers available, but individuals are welcome to bring their own device if they prefer.
Social distancing guidelines are followed, with only ten people at a time, and face masks are required. Participants are asked to register and de-register at the front door. Eating and drinking are not permitted.
If you have any questions about the program, please email Rachel Jarvis at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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