The ‘Lift Needs a Lift!

Hello Forklift Fans,

It’s been a busy year here at the Community Forklift warehouse. Since January 2017, we’ve provided $35,000 of home essentials to our neighbors in need, created multiple new green jobs, and distributed $22,500 of free supplies to local nonprofits and community groups.

Every day we work hard to lift up our community, so this month we’re asking you to give us a lift! Any financial support you give will go directly towards our Community Services programs and our green workforce development efforts, and allow us to continue rescuing good materials from the landfill.

Related image

Community Forklift is a 501 (c) 3 non-profit corporation. Donations are tax-deductible to the maximum extent allowed by law.

Throughout December, to show you how we’re making a real difference right here in the DC area, we’ll be highlighting the work we do to support our neighbors and our staff. If you like what you see and want to lend a hand, you can make a financial contribution on our website. Your support is crucial to our efforts.  Every financial gift, large or small, helps us fulfill our mission to lift up communities through reuse.

If you are a Marylander considering a donation this season, remember that we are participating in the Maryland Community Investment Tax Credit Program; a program that rewards Maryland taxpayers who donate to nonprofits that serve local communities. If you make a donation to Community Forklift of $500 or more, you can earn a Maryland tax credit of 50% of the value of your donation.  This tax credit is in addition to Federal and State charitable tax deductions! Reduce your tax liability while helping us lift up local communities!!

For more info on the tax credit,

please visit our website or

call our office at 301-985-6011.

 

If money is tight but you want to support what we do, please give us a lift by sharing our stories with your friends, family members, and coworkers. With more people aware of our cause, the stronger our community grows.

Thank you,

The Forklifters