The EITC Pooled Fund has made five campaign awards in 2023 to state organizations working to help build public support for state EITCs, CTCs, and other tax credits.
- Massachusetts Budget and Policy Center was awarded $100,000 to build public support to improve and expand the state EITC, low-income Senior credit, and child/ dependent credit.
- Minnesota Budget Project was awarded $89,000 to support efforts to create a state Child Tax Credit; create access to the state EITC, homestead status, and homeowner property tax refund for ITIN filers; expand state property tax fund for renters; and expand the state EITC.
- Michigan League for Public Policy was awarded $80,000 to support efforts to expand the state EITC to include ITIN filers and childless workers.
- Montana Budget & Policy Center was awarded $100,000 to support efforts to enact a refundable state child tax credit, expand Montana’s existing refundable state EITC, and build support for a targeted property tax circuit breaker credit.
- Vermont Public Assets Institute was awarded $100,00 to support efforts to expand Vermont’s EITC and CTC by increasing benefit levels, broadening eligibility, making multiple payments over the year, and simplifying participation.
The Fund has also made one campaign award to a national organization working to help build public support for the federal EITC and CTC.
- Humanity Forward was awarded $250,000 to support efforts to to advance the protection and expansion of the federal EITC and CTC tax credits in preparation for the expiration of the TCJA credit provisions.