Is this donation a dollar-for-dollar tax credit off my Arizona State taxes?
Yes. Up to the maximum yearly donations set by the state, this donation is a dollar-for-dollar tax credit off your Arizona State taxes.
What organizations can receive a Qualified Charitable Tax Credit Donation? Only organizations that have been approved by the State of Arizona to operate as a Qualified Charitable Organization. A list of current organizations that are approved to take these funds can be found on this website.
Can a taxpayer claim multiple tax credits in the same taxable year? Yes.
Can I recommend a specific child receive my donation? No.
What forms should an individual use to claim these credits? Arizona Form 321.
Must the credit for contributions be claimed in the year of donation? No. Credit eligible donations from January 1 through April 15 of a calendar year may be used as a tax credit on the prior year’s tax return. For example, qualifying donations made January 1, 2019 to April 15, 2019 may be used as a tax credit on either your 2018 or 2019 Arizona income tax return.
Can a taxpayer receive a refund of these credits? No. The credits may only be used to the extent they reduce a tax liability to zero. Any unused amounts may be carried forward for up to five consecutive taxable years.
Kids in focus – Mentoring at-risk kids through photography
MIKID – Improves the behavioral health and wellness of Children
Southwest Human Development – AZ’s only mental health clinic dedicated to children under age 5.
Devereux Advanced Behavioral Health – Helping at-risk youth
Domestic Violence / Sex Trafficking
A New Leaf– Providing support services to help individuals and families in crisis
Phoenix Dream Center – Rescuing People, Rebuilding Lives, Realizing Dreams!
Challenge Foundation – Breaking the Cycle of poverty through Education
Children’s Care Arizona – Helping low income families with Preschool expenses
Creighton Community Foundation – Supporting Kids in Public Schools
JAG – (Jobs for Arizona Graduates) – Helping young people stay in school
Rotary Vocational Fund of Arizona – Assistance for vocational studies
Southwest Human Development – High-quality early childhood development programs
St. Joseph the Worker – Transforming Lives Through Employment
St. Mary’s Food Bank Alliance – Helping those in need receive food.
AZ Hemophilia Association – Supporting people with inherited bleeding disorders.
VisionQuest – Vision testing and preventable Blindness
Heath Care Education
Shun the Sun – dedicated to the education and prevention of skin cancer.
The Pace Foundation – Pediatric Autoimmune Neurological Disorders.
House of Refuge Sunnyslope, Inc. – Transitional housing and live changing resources
Paz de Cristo – Helping people struggling with hunger, poverty and homelessness
UMOM New Day Centers – Assisting families, youth and single women experiencing Homelessness
A New Leaf– Providing support services to help individuals and families in crisis.
Paz de Cristo – Helping people struggling with hunger, poverty and homelessness.
UMoms – Moves families, youth and single women from shelters to permanent housing
ACCEL – Arizona Center for Comprehensive Education and Life Skills
Cortney’s Place – Day programs for adults with intellectual and development disabilities
Moriah Cooperative – Guidance and support for children with Special Needs
Southwest Human Development – Comprehensive disabilities services for young children.
Boys and Girls Club of the Colorado River – Enabling young people.
Boys and Girls Club of Greater Scottsdale
Boys Hope Girls Hope of Arizona – Helping children meet their full potential.
Crossroads Youth Intervention – Helping youth with the challenges of inner city life.
Ninjenna Scholarship Foundation – Martial Arts Education.
Reigning Grace Ranch – Healing and empowering children with our rehabilitated horses.
Military and Veterans support
Military Assistance Mission – Providing financial and moral aid.
Moving Vets Ahead – Helping veterans transition back to civilian life.
You can donate to any Qualified Charitable Organization in the state.
Click here to view the complete list of Qualified Charitable Organizations (PDF)