June 29, 2023
Supercharge Your Philanthropy
Donate to Friends of the Children and Pay Less Taxes
You don't need to be a one-on-one mentor to ignite change in the lives of youth facing challenges. Your support matters! By donating, you're empowering these amazing young individuals and opening doors for their future. Together, we can create a powerful ripple effect of opportunity and inspiration.
And even better...
As a Qualified Charitable Organization, your monetary donation not only has a direct positive impact on their well-being but on your tax liability too.
You can claim this donation using form 321 on your Arizona state tax return and receive a dollar-for-dollar match, reducing the amount you owe. Just imagine, by contributing to Friends Phoenix, you're not only helping those in need but also taking advantage of a fantastic opportunity to lighten your tax burden. With a maximum allowable tax credit of $421 for singles and $841 for married couples for 2023, there's no better time to show your generosity and compassion.
Here's an example.
Suppose you owed $1,000 in Arizona state taxes. A gift of $421 to Friends of the Children - Phoenix would reduce your Arizona tax liability to $579. If you already paid your Arizona taxes throughout the year, the state of Arizona will issue a refund.
Donate today, and let's transform the future for Arizona's children together!
Friends of the Children - Phoenix is a qualified 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization. Friends of the Children - Phoenix Tax EIN # 87-4244522. QCO Code is 22625. Please consult your tax advisor for specific questions related to your taxes.
*** Please be advised that the information presented on the website of Friends of the Children - Phoenix is solely for informational purposes and should not be considered a substitute for professional tax, legal, or accounting advice. Friends of the Children - Phoenix does not provide any warranty or representation regarding the accuracy or completeness of the information as tax situations may vary. It is strongly recommended that you consult with your professional advisor(s).