Volunteer Tax Preparers Needed

Volunteer Opportunity for the 2015 Tax season

Be a “ Vita” Volunteer! Volunteer Income Tax Assistance is a Free tax program that has been available in our community for over 10 years, but this only happens because of the volunteers in our community, we can’t do it without you. Vita is a free tax preparation service for community members making less than $53,000 dollars a year, last year we helped over 600 community members and brought in over $690,000 to our communities economy.  Are you interested in becoming a VITA volunteer, just call 2-1-1 Humboldt.  Volunteer opportunities are flexible and located all over Humboldt and DelNorte, we offer free trainings to get IRS certified to prepare taxes. You can help out your community and it looks great on the resume. You may serve at a VITA location in your own neighborhood or choose to travel with other volunteers to areas that need your help. Help our community members receive the highest income tax credit they have earned. Help us help our community.  There is no experience necessary to apply. Please volunteer today by contacting Alex Tooker or Jeanette Hurst by dialing  2-1-1 or 707-441-1001 for those in DelNorte. Trainings are scheduled for Saturday Jan 17th, 24th, and 31st or you can do it on line with some assistance from our trainers. Volunteering for VITA it is a chance to engage with the public, add a great skill to your resume, and be a part of a rewarding and educational experience. Call us for more information; just dial 2-1-1 

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 2-1-1 Humboldt will give residents access to free, confidential information and referrral for non-emergency human services via a three-digit phone number.

Each phone company serving Humboldt County via land lines, wireless and voice-over-Internet completed programming its equipment to direct 2-1-1 calls to 2-1-1 Humboldt operated by the Humboldt Community Access and Resource Center (HCAR) in Eureka. All phone providers now report that 2-1-1 service is working on land lines, wireless and VOIP phones everywhere in Humboldt County. (If you find this is not so, we'd like to hear from you!)

The Humboldt Community Switchboard has changed its name to 2-1-1 Humboldt, and is working to get word out about the new service via posters, flyers, door-hangers, fridge magnets, cards and public service announcements.