Welcome to MFAP
The Mid-Fairfield AIDS Project (MFAP) was founded in 1987 by individuals from a variety of local organizations in cooperation with the Norwalk Health Dept. and Norwalk Hospital as an initial response to HIV/AIDS (MORE INFO).
MFAP NEEDS YOUR HELP!
We were delighted when Mr. Sullivan, the Connecticut Tax Commissioner, informed us we have been approved for a Neighborhood Assistance Act tax credit this year. But to redeem this award, we must find a corporate partner to claim the credit. Do you know of a contact at a corporation that pays Connecticut income tax who might like to help us? It is essential that we find a partner for this since it will be such an enormous help in funding our efforts on behalf of the disabled homeless at Moore Place. And you will not only be helping MFAP, but the business too. They will get a tax credit for 100% of their support plus other tax benefits: that's right, they actually make money by helping us!
Click here for Mr. Sullivan's recent press release on the program
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