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


Housing Support

Bridging AZ Furniture Bank

Your donation is vital in supporting homeless veterans in Arizona. For 20 years, Bridging AZ has provided good-quality furniture and new beds to previously homeless veterans. 

Imagine: Being in the military, your life becomes a life of service. Now, imagine years later, you are without a home or job. It could be alcohol, drugs, PTSD or bad luck. Your life becomes one of self-preservation. When you finally find a place to live, it’s empty. No chairs, tables, dishes, cookware or bed. This scenario is a reality for the veterans we serve. The VA reports there are 522,000 veterans in Arizona. Bridging AZ serves a distinct subset — homeless, low-income and/or mentally ill veterans. Bridging does not receive government funding, so your contribution plays a major role in aiding veterans’ journeys to stability and independence. 


Housing Support | Tax Code 20357

Central Arizona Shelter Services (CASS)

CASS’ mission is to prevent and end homelessness among individuals and families while advancing compassionate community solutions.

Founded in 1984, CASS is Arizona’s longest-serving, most-experienced emergency shelter for individuals and families experiencing homelessness, serving over 180,000 clients with safe shelter, diverse case management services, and extensive housing services and resources. Serving the entire Phoenix metropolitan area, CASS is a regional solution to homelessness, working to fill service gaps and help thousands of people transform their lives, get a roof over their heads, obtain employment and embrace a chance at a new life. CASS relies on gifts from generous donors to fund our programs, where 84 percent of agency funds directly support the services for those experiencing homelessness.


Housing Support | Tax Code 20328

Habitat for Humanity Central Arizona

Habitat brings people together to build homes, communities and hope.

When you support Habitat for Humanity Central Arizona, you are giving Arizona a hand up! Your tax credit contributions collected each year benefit our Homeownership Program, enabling us to build and restore affordable homes for Arizona families in need. With your support, we can cover construction costs and home repairs, helping families achieve the dream of homeownership and building stronger communities. Plus, your contribution comes with a tax credit, so you can significantly impact on our mission while reducing your tax burden. Join us in creating better futures for Arizona families through affordable homeownership, and let’s give Arizona a hand up! 


Housing Support | Tax Code 20434

Keys to Change (formerly Human Services Campus)

The Human Services Campus, Inc. is a unique model in the U.S. for serving single adults experiencing homelessness. Our mission is “Using the Power of Collaboration to End Homelessness.”

Tax credit gifts help provide services 365 days a year to the most vulnerable in our community. HSC serves over 1,700 people daily with street outreach, client intake and assessments, reunification with family/friends, postal services, shelter, navigation to housing, Social Security assistance, bridge housing, coordination with behavioral health clinics, connections to dozens of life-changing services and more. With hundreds of people living on the streets surrounding the Campus and over 900 sheltered on the Campus every night, the goal is to reduce the time people experience homelessness and ultimately acquire a place to call home. 


Housing Support | Tax Code 20970

Maggie’s Place Inc.

Maggie’s Place provides safe housing and a nurturing community for homeless pregnant women, empowering them to thrive throughout their lifetime.

On May 13, 2023, we celebrated 23 years of service to our moms, babies, families and community. From one home to five, from hosting five moms our first year to serving more than 1,100 since our founding, it is because of our moms, volunteers, board of directors, AmeriCorps members, staff, donors and community partners we are able to grow and thrive. Your tax credit contributions directly support our shelter operations and provide love and community to those we serve. Thank you!


Housing Support | Tax Code 20492

Recovery Empowerment Network

Recovery Empowerment Network’s mission is to provide recovery and healing opportunities in our community by sharing our journey. Our vision is nurturing home, community and growth while reducing isolation and mental health stigma. 

We are a community service agency staffed by those with lived experience. With 15 years of history serving Maricopa County, guiding members through many varieties of recovery, we have a unique approach to intentional emotional wellness through groups, activities, outings and events. Recovery Empowerment Network offers various programs, such as Supportive Employment, to walk with members hand in hand in finding work that fits their lives. Open Sky and Retreats allows members to experience nature with tent and cabin camping trips. Recovery Reelz provides in-depth experience in filmmaking. Your donation makes it possible for us to continue serving those with behavioral health and/or challenges with substances. 


Housing Support | Tax Code 20273

Save the Family Foundation of Arizona

Founded in 1988, Save the Family Foundation of Arizona is the East Valley’s leading provider of housing and services for over 600 families with children experiencing homelessness and poverty annually. 

We focus on helping families stabilize, heal and thrive. Tax credit donations sustain our mission of equipping families to address poverty, overcome homelessness and achieve self-sufficiency. Programs include homeless prevention services, stable housing, case management and supportive services. Career Services focuses on helping parents earn a living wage; Parent Support Services provides instruction in parenting skills, life skills and budgeting; Trauma Therapy provides individual counseling and support; and Children’s Services are focused on addressing the needs of each child — and ending the cycle. With your gift, we can ensure stable homes, safe children and strong families.


Housing Support | Tax Code 20320

Senior Services

Advance Community (formerly Esperança)

Advance is creating new possibilities and promising futures by building optimal health in under-resourced communities in Arizona.

Through our Stove to Table Program, Advance delivers healthy meals and important information about food and nutrition to low-income seniors, helping them achieve the healthiest, most independent lives possible. Every Tuesday, we deliver 200 fresh and nutritious homemade meals straight form our community garden to seniors living in low-income housing across Maricopa County. Our staff and volunteers cook these meals using fresh, locally grown ingredients, then deliver them door-to-door to seniors in need. With your generous support, we serve $10,000 in meals each year.


Senior Services | Tax Code 22188

Area Agency on Aging

The Area Agency on Aging partners with the community to create and provide innovative programs and services to enrich, improve and empower the lives of older adults.

The Area Agency on Aging, a private nonprofit organization, helps older adults thrive through life’s journey by responding to changing lifestyles and unmet needs. Helping over 120,000 Maricopa County residents annually, the Agency serves adults 60 and older, family caregivers of older adults, adults ages 18-59 with physical disabilities and long-term care needs, and persons 18 years of age and older diagnosed with HIV/AIDS. The Agency also serves many special populations, including elder refugees, persons with behavioral health conditions and survivors of late-life domestic violence, sexual assault and elder abuse. Your contribution will help the Agency keep individuals safe in their own homes.


Senior Services | Tax Code 20044


Benevilla enriches the lives of West Valley residents by serving older adults, adults with disabilities, children and the families that care for them.

Benevilla promotes health and independence by providing supportive services to community neighbors while recognizing that caring for the needs of older adults reaches beyond the individual to the entire family. Our services include Life Enrichment Adult Day centers with specialized programming for those unable to care for themselves (memory loss, Parkinson’s, stroke survivors) while providing much-needed respite for family caregivers, free home services allowing homebound older adults to remain independent in their own homes (assisted transportation, grocery shopping, friendly visitors and more), caregiver support groups and resources, preschool and childcare, and Benefitness Adaptive Gym.


Senior Services | Tax Code 20493

Diana Gregory Outreach Services

Diana Gregory Outreach Services enriches lives through healthy eating and focuses on increasing access to fresh produce, nutrition education and caring social interactions among seniors and veterans.

Diana Gregory Outreach Services has been serving the disadvantaged, high-poverty community in Maricopa County since 2009. Our organization focuses on alleviating food insecurity and strengthening health and racial equity by providing access to nutritious food and education with a delivery model to reach the target population. The following programs benefit from tax credit donations: Senior Delivery program, Grandparents Raising Grandchildren, Senior Health & Nutrition Workshops, Senior Fitness Education, Veggies for Veterans and Sustainability Matters (GFM Farm).


Senior Services | Tax Code 21050

Duet: Partners in Health & Aging

Duet promotes health and well-being through vitally needed, free-of-charge services to homebound adults, family caregivers and grandparents raising grandchildren.

Too often, older adults feel isolated as they deal with the most overwhelming experiences of their lives. Duet’s free-of-charge services deliver compassion, dignity and hope to individuals and families throughout our community. From pairing volunteers with homebound adults who can no longer drive to caring for family caregivers and grandparents raising grandchildren through support groups, guidance, respite and educational workshops, Duet is here to provide the compassionate help you need. Volunteer. Donate. Ask for help. Together, we are partners in health and aging.


Senior Services | Tax Code 20522

Foothills Caring Corps

Foothills Caring Corps is dedicated to promoting independence and enhancing the quality of life for older adults and persons with disabling conditions residing throughout the Foothills community.

Join us in partnering with people who care to help Neighbors in need! Our Neighbors are older adults aging in place and persons with disabling conditions residing within our 256-square-mile service area. Our Volunteers provide essential services such as home-delivered meals, transportation to critical medical appointments, van program outings, educational community activities and a wide variety of individualized supportive services. Our goal is to improve Neighbor’s lives by addressing socialization, health, wellness and mobility to promote physical, mental and emotional health and well-being.


Senior Services | Tax Code 20612

Jewish Family & Children’s Service

At Jewish Family & Children’s Service, we’re passionate about helping older adults remain independent and engaged, no matter their faith or background.

Our Center for Senior Enrichment and Creative Aging programs offer virtual and in-person classes, including art and culture experiences, insightful lectures, immersive virtual tours and fitness programs. For assistance with daily living, JFCS offers professional counseling, case management, and advocacy and referral services.


Senior Services | Tax Code 20255

Oakwood Creative Care

Oakwood Creative Care’s mission is to enhance the quality of life and spark JOY for older adults with cognitive or physical challenges (like Alzheimer’s or Parkinson’s) and their families.

Over 257,000 Arizonans are providing care for a loved one with dementia. Often, these families are encouraged to place their loved ones in a facility with minimal support, information, training or hope. Oakwood Creative Care’s day clubs and programs allow individuals to remain at home for as long as possible by providing a safe and JOYFUL place for care partners to entrust their loved one during the day. As a nonprofit, we rely on the generous support of our community in order to provide care and hope to all who need it, including their family care partners.


Senior Services | Tax Code 20560

Valley of the Sun YMCA – Valley YMCA Cares

The mission of Valley of the Sun YMCA Is to put Christian principles into practice through programs that build healthy spirit, mind and body for all.

As an organization with more than 130 years of caring for our community, Valley of the Sun YMCA responds quickly to creatively expand our programs to meet our community when, where and how we are needed most. With your help, we can continue to ensure the health, safety and well-being of every YMCA senior. Donations will support programs for senior outreach and wellness including transportation to medical appointment and grocery shopping, fall prevention classes, social activities, and fitness classes. And, if you choose to, you can earmark your gift to your local Y community.


Senior Services | Tax Code 20708

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