Arizonans for Children is a 501 (c) 3  charitable organization and therefore your donation is tax deductible if you itemize your Federal income tax return. As a nonprofit 501(c)(3) organization, Arizonans for Children relies solely upon the generosity and commitment of community members to provide critical services to foster youth; and we gratefully accept your tax-deductible financial and in-kind donations in support of our programs or operating expenses. Use the link below or call 480-838-0085 if you wish to donate. You can also view our wish lists below if you’d like to help support our needs!
 

Financial and In-Kind Support
 
Under Arizona law (A.R.S. 43-1088.G.2–tax credit for donations to a Qualifying Foster Care Charitable Organization) Arizonans for Children, Inc. is a Qualifying Foster Care Charitable organization and cash donations  are entitled to a tax credit of $500 for single individuals and $1,000 for married couples filing jointly on the Arizona tax return. This credit can reduce taxes for these tax filers more than a regular deduction for contributions to charitable nonprofits, because they may get a dollar-for-dollar reduction in taxes owed. A tax credit is significantly more beneficial than a tax deduction.  A tax credit reduces your taxes, dollar-for-dollar. A tax deduction reduces the taxable income upon which your tax liability is calculated.

You do not need to itemize deductions to claim this Arizona tax credit.100% of your donation goes to the children’s programs, NONE will go for administration or fundraising.

 

Donors

2020-2021 Major Cash Donors $2,000 plus

Levi Conlow – $57,000 (November 2021)

Don Nierling Memorial Foundation – $40,000 (February 2022)

W. Kieckhefer – $30,000 (December 2021)

Kemper & Ethel Marley Foundation – $20,000 (December 2021)

In-N-Out Burger Foundation – $17,500 (October 2021)

Discover a Brighter Future – $10,000 (March 2021)

TJ Maxx – $10,000 (February 2022)

Season For Sharing- $7,500 (March 2021)

Margaret T. Morris – $5,000 (December 2021)

EFC Boeing – $5,000 (December 2021)

Otto & Edna Neely Foundation – $5,000 (July 2021)

Richard Smith – $5,000 (July 2021)

Charlie Hilsabeck – $2,500 (July 2021)

Sundt – $2,500 (October 2021)

Executive Council Charities – $2,250 (January 2022)

Kenneth J. Sherk – $2,000 (December 2021)

Russell Lindgren – $2,000 (December 2021)

 

In-Kind Donations

Christmas Presents Needed for Foster Kids

Holiday Party:
Every year, Arizonans for Children hosts a huge Christmas party for children in foster care. We need *new* presents to give these children. These gifts can be donated any time throughout the year and you can view our Holiday Wish List here!

Gifts can be dropped off or delivered to one of our visitation centers.
 
Visitation Center:
Donations are greatly appreciated to help our centers. Cleaning supplies, food, and art supplies are a few examples of items that help our centers run smoothly! You can view our Center Wish List here!

Gifts can be dropped off or delivered to one of our visitation centers.
 
Our Locations:
Downtown Phoenix Center
1112 West Camelback Road Phoenix, AZ 85013
Opening Hours:
Monday-Friday 9-6
Saturday 10-2
No Sunday Hours

East Valley Center
in the Desert Heritage Church
1020 N Horne, Mesa, Arizona 85203
Opening Hours:
Monday-Friday 10-6
No Saturday or Sunday Hours
 
Your donations help us to continue serving Maricopa County’s abandoned, neglected and abused children.