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2015 Community Tax Site in Frankford

“Frankford CDC and Turning Points for Children are partnering with the Campaign for Working Families to host a FREE community tax site for Frankford Residents.”

Each year the Campaign for Working Families operates free tax sites across Philadelphia. Starting in January, the Frankford CDC will host a Community Tax site in collaboration with Turning Points for Children (TP4C).  The site will be housed at TP$C’s FAWN food pantry site which is located at 4346 Frankford Avenue Unit 2 Phila, PA 19124 (Next Door to PNC Bank).   Families that earned less than $52,000 and Individuals who earned less than $20,000 are eligible for services at the CWF free tax sites. The site will be open from January 27th – April 15, 2015.

While at the site, visitors can also take advantage of TP4C’s food pantry, the Frankford NAC’s housing and utility assistance resources, constituent service from Congressman Brendan Boyle’s Office, State Representative Jason Dawkins’ Office and City Councilwoman Maria Quinones Sanchez’s Office.  Participants can also receive assistance with the Free Application for Federal Student Aid.

The Community Tax Sites are Sponsored by the Mayor’s Office of Community Empowerment and Opportunity.  Sites will have Spanish-speaking capability and are wheelchair accessible.

Hours of Operation:

Tuesday 1:00PM – 3:30PM (Pickup /Drop Off*)

Wednesday & Thursday 3:00PM – 6:00PM (Walk-Ins)

Friday 1:00PM – 3:30 PM (Pickup /Drop Off*)

*The drop off mode provides customers the convenience of simple dropping off their tax documents and picking up their completed return within 72hrs.

About Frankford CDC and Turning Points for Children

The Frankford CDC is committed to building on the assets of the Frankford community by providing increased job opportunities, building affordable homes, and supporting the development of increased financial resources through growing stable businesses.  Turning Points for Children supports families in raising safe, healthy, educated, and strong children by partnering with caregivers to develop and strenghten protective qualities and by offering them the tools, skills, and resources they need to ensure their children’s optimal development.