2019 VITA Awareness Day Toolkit

Thank you for joining with Prosperity Now's Taxpayer Opportunity Network to promote VITA Awareness Day 2019! This Toolkit provides several resources to help you communicate about the impact of the Volunteer Income Tax Assistance (VITA) program in your community and state.

Join our Taxpayer Opportunity Network

Are you interested in learning more about VITA and other resources for U.S. taxpayers? Join our network today to stay abreast of the latest news, and to get tips on how to share messages and advocate on behalf of American citizens.

Social Media Messages

Use these sample social media posts and shareable images to communicate about VITA Awareness Day 2019. Feel free to tailor these posts to fit your brand, but make sure you stay a part of the conversation by using the hashtag #VITAWorks.

Facebook Profile Frame

Use this profile frame on Facebook to raise awareness about the 50th anniversary of VITA among your friends!

Share The Impact of VITA

These one-page data snapshots demonstrate the value and impact of VITA in every state and the District of Columbia, including total VITA returns and total VITA refund dollars.

VITA @ 50 Logos

Design your own digital material to celebrate the 50th anniversary of VITA using our VITA @ 50 logo in two different color schemes!

Engage Your Lawmakers

Join Prosperity Now's Advocacy Center to use your voice to inform your representative about how VITA benefits families across the country. Use this sample language to encourage local and state officials to officially proclaim March 13 as VITA Awareness Day. You can also tweet at your representative today to increase VITA funding by using this link. If you want to thank your representative for funding VITA at $18 million, you can also do that with this link

Learn More!

Watch these videos to see in real time what a VITA site looks like, and how it helps families across the country. You can also hear from two VITA volunteers as they share with you why they donate their time to bring tax services to low-income families. 

 

 

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