Your Donation = deductions on your taxes + supporting our local youth.
Your generous donations have a tremendous economic impact on our community and give valley youth the assistance they need to learn workplace skills, education, and many other opportunities. With your help, they will be able to find higher-paying jobs and long-term careers, graduate from high school or earn a high school equivalency diploma. From corporate sponsorships to individual contributions to clothing donations to volunteering, you have many ways to help change lives through the dignity of work.
Arizona Tax Credit Donation Options
The state of Arizona offers its taxpayers the opportunity to make contributions to schools and non-profit organizations that reduce the amount of tax owed to the state or increase the amount of the taxpayer’s refund, dollar-for-dollar. There is NO NET COST to the donor, and deserving individuals around the state benefit. There are three main communities tax credit donations serve, and donors can contribute to any or all of them. As with any financial recommendation, contact a qualified Tax professional for expert advice.
Donations made by April 15, 2019, may be taken on your 2018 tax return.
School Tax Credit Donation
An individual may claim a nonrefundable tax credit for making contributions or paying fees directly to a public school in this state for the support of extracurricular activities. The individual taxpayer on Form 322 claims the public school tax credit. The maximum credit allowed is $400 for married filing joint filers and $200 for single, heads of household and married filing separate filers. (Source: Arizona Department of Revenue)
Each dollar you donate helps to prepare our participants for work, helps them graduate from high school or gain an H.S. equivalency diploma. Our career advisors and teachers help develop self-esteem and boost confidence and become inspired by their success. Your generous donations will help our participants in so many ways.
$50 per month will support one youth in their training efforts.
$250 will provide transportation assistance to four youth.
$300 will provide tuition for three college credits for one student.
$500 will provide high school equivalency testing to four youth.
$2,000 will make it possible to train one participant for 200 hours.
Together we support our local opportunity youth by providing the essential resources to ensure their success.
Qualifying Charitable Tax Donation
Arizona provides tax credits for individuals who make contributions to charitable organizations, also known as Qualifying Charitable Organizations (QCO). Individuals making cash donations made to these charities may claim these tax credits on their Arizona Personal Income Tax returns.
Effective in 2016, credit eligible contributions made on or before the 15th day of the fourth month following the close of the taxable year may be applied to either the current or the preceding taxable year and are considered to have been made on the last day of that taxable year.
An individual is eligible for an annual one-time tax-deductible donation of $400 (or $800 for a couple) for Arizona Qualifying Charitable Tax Credit.
Tax Credit Donation
Thank You! Your generous donations have a tremendous economic impact on our community and give valley youth the assistance they need to learn workplace skills, education, and many other opportunities.
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Notice to Donors: Effective in 2018, the Arizona Department of Revenue has assigned a five (5) digit code number to identify each Qualifying Charitable Organization for Arizona tax credit purposes on Form 321 and Form 352, which is included with the Arizona income tax return. Taxpayers must use the “QCO Code” of certified organizations to claim the tax credits for contributions QCOs. ACYR’s five-digit code is 20479.