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



ALS Arizona

We uphold our vision of creating a world without ALS by advocating for and empowering people affected by ALS throughout Arizona to live their lives to the fullest.

When you support the ALS Association Arizona Chapter, you play a pivotal role in making a difference in the lives of those affected by ALS. Your generous contributions enable us to provide essential free local programs and services, including our much-needed Durable Medical Equipment program. Did you know that the medical equipment we provide can cost upwards of $40,000? Due to generous donations, our families receive the equipment at no charge. 


Healthcare | Tax Code 20927

Arizona Burn Foundation

To improve the quality of life for burn survivors and their families in Arizona while promoting burn prevention and fire-safety advocacy and education.

ABF has been serving Arizona since 1967, providing education, emotional support, financial assistance and leadership development programs to help those who’ve encountered the devastating effects of burn injuries. ABF supports burn survivors and their families from the time of their injuries through the rest of their lives. We bring them through recovery until they no longer identify as victims but instead as humans of intrinsic value and worth.


Healthcare | Tax Code 20667

Copa Health

Copa Health provides services for those with complex care needs, including intellectual and developmental disabilities and mental health conditions.

Arizona tax credit contributions provide Copa Health with the ability to provide employment and day programs, outpatient care and residential services for those with intellectual/developmental disabilities and mental health conditions. Copa Health’s integrated care for individuals with mental health challenges delivers a model of person-centered care that meets people where they are, guiding them to where they want to be. We use evidence-based practices and caring professionals to transform lives. We empower individuals to achieve their best possible health and a life of meaning and purpose.


Healthcare | Tax Code 22338

Delta Dental of Arizona Foundation

Delta Dental of Arizona Foundation works to improve lives by promoting optimal oral health for underserved and underinsured children, pregnant women and seniors.

According to the Arizona Department of Health Services, over half of Arizona kindergartners (52 percent) have tooth decay, compared to the national average of 36 percent, which is why Delta Dental of Arizona utilizes tax credit funds to support preventive oral health programs for children. These programs provide sealants, fluoride varnish treatments, screenings and education to children in school and community settings. 


Healthcare | Tax Code 20261

HonorHealth Desert Mission

Desert Mission has served our community’s most vulnerable members for more than 95 years. 

With the help of a generous community, today’s Desert Mission offers three major programs:  
Food Bank — Clients visit the food bank and talk with an intake staff member. A healthy food box is prepared for take-home the same day, based on individual needs. 
Lincoln Learning Center — Children who participate in quality early learning programs have better education and health outcomes. This accredited early childhood learning center provides a solid foundation for life. 
Adult Day Healthcare — Older adults need a safe, engaging community, especially if they have dementia, physical impairments or other health conditions. Supervised arts, meals and group activities give these seniors an enriching experience.


Healthcare | Tax Code 20516

Jewish Family & Children’s Service

As one of the largest providers of behavioral health, healthcare and social services, Jewish Family & Children’s Service (JFCS) supports children and teens across Maricopa County, regardless of faith or background. 

Our four healthcare centers provide behavioral health and primary care services to thousands of children and teens each year. We also partner with the Arizona Department of Child Safety to support families through counseling and provide programs for foster youth to achieve their educational and vocational goals. 


Healthcare | Tax Code 20255

Mission of Mercy Arizona Health Partnership Fund

Mission of Mercy (MOM) restores dignity and heals through love by providing free primary healthcare, medication and patient education to uninsured Arizonans.

An estimated 800,000 Arizonans lack health insurance and go without access to primary healthcare. More than 90 percent of our patients have at least one chronic condition like type 2 diabetes or hypertension. Without regular medical care and ongoing monitoring, supported by generous tax credit donations and grant funding, these patients face deteriorating health. MOM has served over 57,500 unique patients, providing nearly 300,000 free medical visits and 536,000 free prescription medications since 1997. With six clinics in high-need areas throughout Maricopa County, MOM utilizes volunteer physicians, nurses and other licensed medical professionals to deliver compassionate healthcare to the underserved. 


Healthcare | Tax Code 20941

National Kidney Foundation of Arizona

Our mission is to prevent kidney disease through awareness, education and research and improve the quality of life for Arizonans with kidney disease.

Since 1963, NKF AZ has been the agency of last resort for thousands of friends, neighbors and families in our kidney community. The heart of the foundation is its direct emergency aid services. These include rides to dialysis, help with critical medication, dental work and more. Path to Wellness, the foundation’s free community health screening, helps identify kidney disease early. The Erma Bombeck Donor Awareness Project educates on the importance of kidney donation, and Camp Kidney provides a free weekend of medically supervised magic for kids with kidney disease. NKF AZ proudly celebrates 60 years of service to the Arizona kidney community in 2023. 


Healthcare | Tax Code 20663

Phoenix Children’s Foundation

Phoenix Children’s Foundation supports Phoenix Children’s mission to advance hope, healing and world-class healthcare for children and their families in Arizona and beyond. 

Over the past 40 years, Phoenix Children’s has expanded from a single hospital into a nationally recognized pediatric health system providing world-class care to all patients who seek treatment, regardless of their ability to pay. It is the only Level 1 Pediatric Trauma Center in Arizona and one of only 59 nationwide. One in four Arizona children has received care from a Phoenix Children’s provider, and Phoenix Children’s provides care to nearly 200,000 patients annually.


Healthcare | Tax Code 20551

Ryan House

Ryan House enriches the quality of life and creates cherished memories for children and their families, providing a much-needed break from 24/7 caregiving as they navigate life-limiting or end-of-life journeys.

The Support-A-Stay Program at Ryan House provides 24-hour respite stays for children with life-limiting and terminal conditions. Respite is a gift of time; short-term overnight stays that help a family take breaks from the stress of 24/7 home care. Through the Support-A-Stay Program, we provide professional nursing care, expert Child-Life care, life-enhancing therapeutic/ expressive activities and experiences, and food and nourishment along with anticipatory grief, legacy work and bereavement support in our 12,500-square foot, home-like medical facility.


Healthcare | Tax Code 20088

Sage Foundation for Health

To provide the unserved, underserved and indigent people of Arizona with quality natural and conventional healthcare.

Sage Foundation for Health provides funding to community clinics throughout Maricopa County, which are staffed with licensed faculty physicians and third- and fourth-year medical students from Sonoran University of Health Sciences. Patients include families in low-income school districts, survivors of domestic violence, patients recovering from homelessness and trauma, individuals living with HIV/AIDS, and patients recovering from substance use. We treat chronic and acute health conditions by working with patients to restore health through clinical nutrition, botanical medicine, physical medicine, acupuncture, homeopathy and prescription medicines when necessary. Thanks to generous community support, treatments are provided to patients at no cost.


Healthcare | Tax Code 20723

UCP of Central Arizona

Cerebral palsy is a very common motor disorder for children. One in every 345 children in the U.S. is born with cerebral palsy. At United Cerebral Palsy of Central Arizona, our name does not tell our entire story.

Our vision is to help individuals with disabilities reach their full potential and improve their quality of life and their families. Each unique program at UCP provides the highest quality of care in all stages of life. UCP of Central AZ offers comprehensive services and support tailored to the specific needs of individuals with cerebral palsy and other disabilities. These include early detection programs, educational support, pediatric therapy services, assistive technology, employment training and community integration initiatives. By providing these services, UCP helps individuals with disabilities reach their full potential and lead more inclusive lives.


Healthcare | Tax Code 20473

Pages: 1 2 3 4 5 6 7

From Frontdoors Magazine

Back to Top