Scrap Autism

Green Jobs, Recycling and Tax Deductions

   Jun 27

Green Jobs, Recycling and Tax Deductions

Scrap Autism - Give Us Your Cans. Don't hassle with recycling yourself. And those big trash companies? Really? A special needs adult can recycle your cans, inkjet cartridges &amp; electronics and even give you a tax receipt." width="576" height="720" /></a> Don't hassle with recycling yourself. And those big trash companies? Really? A special needs adult can recycle your cans, inkjet cartridges &amp; electronics and even give you a tax receipt[

 

Do you need to get rid of aluminum cans, old guttering, TVs, computers, cell phones, HVAC units or other, printer cartridges or old electronics?

Donate them to the Scrap Autism recycling program. We do the recycling for you, may provide a tax deduction, and helps provide jobs for people with Autism and other disabilities and barriers to employment.

  • EASY. It’s an easy way to recycle. Just call 678-831-0012 for details.
  • TAX DEDUCTIBLE. Your donation may be tax deductible. Please consult your financial advisor.
  • HELPS OTHERS. You’re helping to provide job training and employment services to individuals with disabilities or other barriers to employment.
  • PROTECTS THE PLANET. Know that your recyclables are being recycled correctly and not just end up in in landfills.

 

Scrap Autism is a concept conceived by Zach Gunselman.

“Chad loves going to his programs but he can’t make any money and just sort of sits around and watches TV.  I think this would be a way for not only Chad but my Dad to work together and help the environment at the same time.”

AFAST, Inc. started the Scrap Autism program as training program to set up special needs adults in a recycling business where they may be able to make more money than they would attending a traditional adult training center.

Scrap Autism will give you a receipt for the donation of your scrap recyclables.   You should always contact your tax advisor to help answer specific questions regarding charitable contributions and donations and the tax implications as they apply to you and/or your business.

AFAST is a publicly supported IRS 501(c)(3) organization. Fundraisers, raffles, donations and other revenue are what keep the community growing. Your support of the AFAST Community is needed.  Our Mission is to make a better place for those with special needs to work, grow and live. We are doing this by providing opportunities for those who can to help those who need a little more support.

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