Qualified Charitable Organizations

Qualified Charitable Organizations

Cancer Support & Domestic Violence | Family Assistance & Food Banks | Healthcare | Housing Support & Senior Services | Social Services | Special Needs | Youth Development


Family Assistance 

Assistance League of the East Valley

Assistance League of East Valley puts commitment into action through our philanthropic programs — WE CARE!

Assistance League of East Valley is celebrating over 25 years of philanthropic work in the East Valley. Our signature program, Operation School Bell, provides new school clothing to more than 7,000 area children. We also work with community agencies to assist homeless teens and adults in need. We are an all-volunteer organization. Your tax credit donations will help us continue our work providing new school clothing, shoes, assault survivor kits and scholarships in our community. One hundred percent of every tax credit dollar is used for our philanthropic programs. Thanks for your support.


Family Assistance | Tax Code 20222

Jewish Family & Children’s Services

At Jewish Family & Children’s Service, we create stronger families by providing behavioral health, healthcare and social services to children and families of all faiths and backgrounds.

Jewish Family & Children’s Service partners with the Arizona Department of Child Safety to work with families to meet goals, assess the risk of violence/abuse in the home and provide parent coaching and support for families.


Family Assistance | Tax Code 20255

Junior League of Phoenix Foundation

The Junior League of Phoenix Foundation (JLPF) supports the local Phoenix community through the programs of The Junior League of Phoenix, Inc. (JLP).

JLPF tax credit dollars have supported Junior League of Phoenix partnerships with St. Vincent de Paul and Harvest Compassion Center. This year, your tax credit dollars will support JLP’s collaboration with Live and Learn to provide women in our community a structured pathway to sustainable financial self-sufficiency through postsecondary education, a professional career, financial literacy, healthcare access and social support. Your contribution directly impacts the women and girls who need it the most in our community through Junior League of Phoenix qualifying community programs.


Family Assistance | Tax Code 20952

Pregnancy Care Center of Chandler Inc.

FREE, compassionate care before, during and after pregnancy

Pregnancy Care Center provides free pregnancy tests, ultrasounds, life-affirming options counseling and community resources. Being pregnant while unemployed, uninsured or undocumented can be scary, and the need for PCC services in an unplanned pregnancy has never been greater. Clients at PCC are invited to attend the Learn & Earn or Fatherhood programs, which provide prenatal and life skills while earning baby bucks. Baby bucks can be used to purchase diapers and other essential items from the Boutique. PCC is adding free mobile services with ICU Mobile to reach those outside abortion providers and communities without services.


Family Assistance | Tax Code 20562

Saving Amy

Saving Amy serves families and veterans of diverse groups, including race, ethnicity, religion, gender, sexual orientation, gender identity, age, disability, or national origin, in Phoenix and its surrounding area.

Saving Amy’s mission of Creating Community, Transforming Lives and Resolving Homelessness has significantly impacted the lives of individuals and families experiencing homelessness in Phoenix and its surrounding area. Our model focuses on breaking the cycle of homelessness using five key programs, offering trauma therapy, year-round tutoring, mentorship and a summer camp for children. We also alleviate transportation challenges and provide rent subsidies, furniture and home supplies, enabling families to improve their living conditions, move out of low-income neighborhoods and enhance life skills in areas such as budgeting, nutrition, career development and parenting to rebuild their lives and achieve long-term stability.


Family Assistance | Tax Code 20889

Food Banks

Arizona Food Bank Network

The Arizona Food Bank Network develops solutions to the problem of hunger through food banking, public policy and innovation.

Your tax credit-eligible contributions ensure a strong emergency food network by supporting our five regional food bank members and their nearly 1,000 agencies. AzFBN also works to end hunger through programs designed for children, seniors and other at-risk populations. About one million Arizonans face food insecurity. Your gifts help these neighbors by connecting them to their local food pantry and other nutrition programs, supporting our food rescue and transportation operations, expanding our efforts to raise awareness about hunger, and furthering our innovative solutions and advocacy to end hunger. 


Food Banks | Tax Code 20527

Foothills Food Bank & Resource Center

Foothills Food Bank is focused on helping community members overcome instability by providing immediate support through food and supplies and aiding them in reaching a goal of independence.

In our 200+ square mile service area, we host three community client choice pantries, three mobile pantries, seven micro-pantries in schools, libraries and a YMCA, Senior Market Mondays, and a youth supplemental weekend snack pack program. We also have a holiday meal program and an Adopt-a-Family gift program. In addition to supplemental food assistance, we offer referrals, resources and financial assistance. We also provide training in self-care, financial literacy and wellness. Our goal is to not only help in emergency situations but to get to the root cause of food and income insecurity. By providing wrap-around services, we can help build the bridge to independence.


Food Banks | Tax Code 20514

Midwest Food Bank

As a faith-based organization, Midwest Food Bank’s aims to share the love of Christ by alleviating hunger and malnutrition locally and throughout the world and providing disaster relief, all without discrimination. 

The Arizona Division of Midwest Food Bank provides food and supplies, all without cost, to nearly 399 nonprofits across the state, who then distribute it to people in need. Midwest Food Bank provides weekend backpack meals to students, snack packs for homeless individuals and protein-rich meals for disaster relief. Every dollar contribution yields $30 worth of food and supplies for those facing food insecurity. And over 99 cents of every dollar you donate will go directly toward providing food to people in need.


Food Banks | Tax Code 20514

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