Community Service Tax Credit Program

Amplifying fundraising activities for non-profits.


Dustin Gale, CDBG Specialist / Program Manager

(785) 296-4100

The Community Service Tax Credit Program (CSP) provides an opportunity for private, non-profit organizations and public health care entities to improve their ability to undertake major capital campaigns for projects involving children and family services, non-governmental crime prevention, youth apprenticeship and youth technical training and health care. 

Under this program, the state authorizes specially selected non-profit organizations to offer tax credits to donors making contributions to the approved projects. 

Applicants may request up to $250,000 in tax credits. Applicant organizations in rural areas (< 15,000 population) are eligible for a 70 percent credit. Applicant organizations in non-rural areas are eligible for a 50 percent credit.

Who Qualifies

  • Kansas non-profit corporations and foundations

Eligibility Requirements

  • Projects should be unique or one-time in nature and create lasting value for the non-profit organization
  • Awardees must be willing to attend a half-day training session by the Kansas Department of Commerce
  • Tax credits may be transferred to donors in exchange for the following contributions: cash, services, stocks and bonds, personal property or real estate

Application Period

The CSP application period is March 1, 2021 to April 30, 2021. The $250 application fee can be paid here.

Additional Resources

CSP Awardees 2020-2021
CSP Awardees 2021-2022
Community Service Tax Credit Program Guidelines
Tax Credit Application for Contributions
CSP Quarterly Status Report
CSP Procedures & Reporting Requirements 2020-2021
Community Service Tax Credit Transfer Form
Form K-60: Community Service Contribution Credit
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