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2022 Neighborhood Assistance Act

 Neighborhood Assistance Act (NAA) program allows private businesses to claim a State tax credit for cash contributions made to qualifying community programs, conducted by tax exempt or municipal agencies. The types of community programs that may qualify for the NAA tax credit program include, but are not necessarily limited to: energy conservation, employment and training, child care services, neighborhood assistance, substance abuse, open space acquisition, crime prevention programs and affordable housing development.

Please be mindful that while the Town of Windsor Community Development Office receives applications from interested Civic Organizations; the State of Connecticut Department of Revenue Services is the agency that administers this program.

The program has several statutory limits, including the following:

  • A business is limited to receiving $150,000 in tax credit annually.
  • A non-profit organization is limited to receiving $150,000 in contributions in the aggregate.
  • The minimum contribution on which credit can be granted is $250.
  • The program has a five million dollar cap, which, if exceeded, results in proration of approved donations.

For further information please refer to the Neighborhood Assistance Act Tax Credit Program on the Connecticut Department of Revenue Services website. Additionally, feel free to contact the Office of Community Development Office via email at

2022 Application Process

Step 1

Civic Organization Application (sent to Municipality)

  • The Town of Windsor’s Community Development Office collected applications and after a public hearing, held on June 6th, Town Council approved these. The Community Development Office will submit them to the CT Department of Revenue Services by July 1st.
  • The Department of Revenue Services will post on their website the list of approved applicants for companies to review as potential community programs to make a contribution towards.

Organizations are welcomed to reach out to companies to let them know they will be submitting an application that companies can sponsor and encourage them to submit Form NAA-02 when it becomes available on CT Department of Revenue Services website between September 15th and October 1st.

Step 2

Sponsor Company Application (sent to CT Department of Revenue Services)

  • Companies wishing to sponsor a community program will have to fil out and submit Forms NAA-02 between September 15th and October 1st. No earlier and no later.
  • Later in the fall, CT Department of Revenue Services will notify municipalities of the applications that received company sponsors. At that point, municipalities are asked to notify the organizations directly.

If companies would like to learn more about the Neighborhood Assistance Act, they should visit the CT Department of Revenue Services’ website.