Your Oregon Tax Refund Can Help Homeless Animals
Portland, OR - Oregonians can turn their 2013 Oregon state income tax refund into dog food; cat food; heck even rat food! With April 15 looming, Oregonians who have a refund coming can use the Oregon state tax form to easily donate all or part of that refund to the Oregon Humane Society.
Oregon's state income tax form let's you directly select OHS as a charity to receive all or party of your Oregon tax refund. Go to line 62 (Form 40) or line 80 (Form 40N and 40P), and select the Oregon Humane Society as your charity of choice.
Don't forget to tell your tax preparer that you want to make a gift via charitable check-off. Donations help the Oregon Humane Society adopt companion animals from across the state into new homes, investigate hundreds of animal cruelty complaints, provide pet food for families in need and much
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The Oregon Humane Society is the Northwest's oldest and largest humane society. OHS relies on donations to support its adoption, education, and animal cruelty investigation programs. Visit oregonhumane.org<http://www.oregonhumane.org/> for more information.