Volunteer Income Tax Assistance (VITA)


SEVCA and Granite United Way help Vermonters keep more of their hard-earned income through the Volunteer Income Tax Assistance program.

The purpose of the Volunteer Income Tax Assistance program (VITA) is to educate taxpayers about available tax credits so that low- to moderate-income Vermonters can keep more of their income. The VITA program recruits, trains, and certifies community volunteers who provide free assistance in preparing tax returns. The volunteers can also provide information about financial literacy and asset accumulation. The program encourages families and individuals to use a portion of their tax returns to begin a savings account.

The IRS estimates that 20% of the taxpayers that qualify for the Earned Income Tax Credit do not claim the credit. Some of the tax credits that can reduce your taxes and increase your refund include:

  • Earned Income Credittaxes2

  • Child and Dependent Care Credit

  • Retirement Savings Contribution

  • Education Credit

  • Vermont property tax adjustment

SEVCA's VITA program is available to income-eligible residents of Windham and Windsor counties starting January 28, 2019 through the second week of April. Appointments are NOW available at the following sites:

Westminster, VT
SEVCA Office located at 91 Buck Drive
Tuesdays from January 29 - April 9
(Jan. 29, Feb. 5, 12, 19, 26, March 5, 12, 19, 26, April 2, 9)
8:45 AM – 4 PM
Call: 800-464-9951

Windsor, VT
Windsor Resource Connection Center located at 1 Railroad Ave.
Select Thursdays from Jan. 31 - April 11 (Jan 31, Feb 7, 14, 28, March 14, 21, April 4, 11)
9:00 AM – 3:30 PM
Call: 866-444-4211

White River Junction, VT
St. Paul’s Episcopal Church located at 749 Hartford Ave.
Mondays from January 28 - April 8
(Jan. 28, Feb. 4,11,18,25 March 4,11,18,25, April 1, 8)
10:45 AM – 7:30 PM
Call: 866-444-4211


Questions? Contact Leslie Wood at (802) 722-4575 ext. 199 or This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..





“The test of our progress is not whether we add more to the abundance of those who have much; it is whether we provide enough for those who have too little.”

Franklin Delano Roosevelt, 1937