Educational Improvement Tax Credit (EITC) and Opportunity Scholarship Tax Credit (OSTC) Overview

EITC and OSTC are tax credit programs designed to let eligible businesses designate their tax dollars to support scholarship or educational improvement organization (such as Bonner & Prendie) of their choosing.   This is one of the few opportunities you’ll ever have to direct your tax dollars to a specific destination.  These donations are then put 100% towards tuition assistance..


For more detailed information and some FAQ’s feel free to visit the following links:

EITC Overview
OSTC Overview 



Bonner & Prendie would like to extend our sincere thanks to those alumni, companies, and organizations that have helped B&P by participating in the Opportunity Scholarship Tax Credit (OSTC) and Educational Improvement Tax Credit (EITC) programs.

Bravo Foundation Bridge Foundation for Education Business Leaders Organized for Catholic Schools (BLOCS)  John Cipollone, Inc – John ’66 and Mike ‘ 68 Cipollone
 Step by Step Learning Center – Michael ’78 and Veronica Crisp  Crum Creek Industries- Rich Walton ’68 CSX Transportation-St. James Alumni Association  DeFeo Associates- Charles DeFeo
Doyle – Stonelake Funeral Home-Richard ’63 and Nancy ’68 Doyle General Air Products-Ray Fremont P’96, ’98, ’05,’05 GMS Surgent CPA’s & Advisors Greenwood Gaming, Inc
Henkels Foundation Independence Blue Cross Isdaner & Company, LLC-Jim Hamlet ’76 P’07,’09,’13  First Niagara Bank – Bob Kane ’73
 Keystone Health Plan East Re-Steel Supply Company – Jim ’76 and Mike ’77 Melvin Maguire Enterprises  Meyer Architecture-George Wilson ’75
Miller Edge, Inc – Bearge Miller ’75 National Energy Control Corporation-W. Kerk Farrell ’57 NutriSystem Penn Liberty BankJim Dana ’82
Real Marq Corporation-Pete ’62 and Denise ’65 Padley Republic Bank-Steve McWilliams ’79 Roscommon International Rockport Construction Company – Wally Rutecki ’79
 Today’s Graphics Inc-Jack Glacken ’71 P’05, ’08, ’10 TMNA, Inc-Mark Proska ’79 P’09,’11,’12 United Healthcare Communication  United States Liability Insurance- Thomas Nerney ’73