Volunteer Income Tax Assistance Program (VITA)

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The 2019 United Way of Charlotte County Volunteer Income Tax Assistance Program

is proudly sponsored by Centennial Bank and Trinity Financial





Serving others in our community.

Volunteering for the Volunteer Income Tax Assistance Program (VITA) is a fun and easy way to help others in our community. United Way of Charlotte County has a great volunteer opportunity for you! You can help our neighbors become financially stable with the Volunteer Income Tax Assistance program. You don’t need to be a numbers-person to help, either! Join us to learn about the program, its impacts and process, and to meet other terrific volunteers.

What is VITA all about?

It’s not accounting, …simply service.  The software (a partnership between Tax-Slayer and the IRS) does all of the heavy lifting. This will be one of the most rewarding volunteer efforts you have ever experienced…we hear it every year from our volunteers! Over 85% of our volunteers have had no prior experience in tax prep The experience of the VITA volunteers is a top priority of our team. We promise the experience will be a great one!


2017-2018 VITA Volunteers

Nadeen Antonetti,   Donna Ball,   Mary Ballew,   Jean Barnes,   Samantha Batties,   Catherine Bixenman,   Kate Blowers,  

Barbara Boston,   Janet Bresky,   Dawn Brott,   Tom Cappiello,    Tom Cavanaugh,   Stephen Curasco,   James Ellsworth,  

Jim Gaffney,   Marianne Goldberg,   Harvey Goldberg,   Carolyn Gwozdziewycz,   Allen Holbach,   Lauralai Hubach,   

Heather Lawton,   Bill Lawton,   Denise MacKenzie,   Maura Matzko,   Rick McElhenie,   Shelly O'Day,   Ann Pert, 

Steve Pert,   Ron Peterson,   Roger Peterson,   Tom Rice,    Tabitha Roach,   Carol Sprague,   Wayne Stewart,  

Lauri Trembla,    Darla Vient,   Brad Vito,   Janine Vito,   Steve Vito,   Bill Wood

Saturday, December 1, 2018