Become an IRS Partner to Help in Your Community
Make a difference in your community by partnering with IRS and thousands of nationwide organizations to meet individual taxpayers' needs for tax education and assistance. In these tough economic times, tax benefits can offer stronger financial stability for people and the communities in which they live. They can also serve as the starting point in realizing dreams.
The Stakeholder Partnerships, Education and Communication (SPEC) office within the Wage & Investment Division has built a network of national and local partners. Organizations include corporate, faith-based, nonprofit, educational, financial and government. With so many tax benefits available today, taxes can serve as the starting point for a dream leading to stronger financial security for many people.
Partnering organizations prepare tax returns free for those whose incomes are below $50,000. Also check out the partner Outreach Corner for links to newsletter articles, podcasts, widgets and other electronic products to help reach out to customers with timely tax news they may need.
If you represent an organization that works with any of the following populations, why not look further to see how you can become involved?
Populations We Serve
|Low- to moderate-income population||People with disabilities|
|Students||English as a second language|
|Military||Free Tax Return Preparation for You by Volunteers|
Partner and Volunteer Resource Center
Here you will find links to materials for partners, volunteers and others who assist with free tax preparation or who have communication channels with the populations listed above.
Selected links from Our Partner and Volunteer Resource Center
|Hot Topics||VITA Grant Program|
|Link and Learn||Understanding Taxes|
|Site Coordinator's Corner||Volunteer Training Materials|
View this YouTube video to see how you can help others in your community prepare tax returns.
If you are interested in becoming a volunteer but need to find an organization in your area to link up with, please email firstname.lastname@example.org with your completed Form 14310. Make sure to include your contact information along with the city and state where you want to become a volunteer. Your information will be forwarded to the appropriate local IRS office.