Virginia law allows taxpayers to voluntarily donate all or part of their income tax refund to one or more qualified organizations as approved by the General Assembly. One of these is the Elderly and Disabled Transportation fund (Code 65) provided for older or disabled Virginians who cannot drive or use public transportation.
This fund provides the elderly or disabled with transportation to and from their jobs, medical care appointments, grocery stores, etc. To make a contribution to to this fund on your tax return, see the instructions for lines 24 and 25 on Virginia Schedule ADJ. You may also send your contributions directly to an organization in your community. View more information about Voluntary Contributions you can make using your tax refund.
The Virginia Division for the Aging administers this fund, and periodically issues contracts with local transportation service providers. Sometimes, these transportation providers are one of Virginia's 25 local Area Agencies on Aging (AAAs). Each Agency on Aging (AAA) in Virginia serves a specific territory of counties and cities that share common geographic, demographic, and economic boundaries. View a map of Virginia to locate the AAA that serves your community. View a list of Agencies on Aging(AAA), with contact information. You may also contact the Virginia Division for the Aging (VDA) to obtain the name(s) of transportation service provider(s) in your community.