Your contribution will keep kids safe and help build strong families.

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Visit our COVID-19 page for information about immediate needs.

There are many other ways to donate to Child Crisis Arizona.

Tax Credits

Our Arizona State Tax QFCO Code is: 10012.
A law passed in 2016 allows Arizona taxpayers the option to make a contribution to a Qualifying Foster Care Organization and receive a dollar-for-dollar tax credit against your state tax liability. The 2020 limits are $500 for an individual and $1,000 for married couples filing jointly. This allows you to redirect your state tax dollars to Child Crisis Arizona.

Per the Arizona Department of Revenue; Donors have until April 15, 2020 to make a contribution to a Qualifying Foster Care Organization for it to count as a credit on their 2019 taxes. Following April 15, 2020, any contribution made in 2020 can count toward your state tax credit.

For all questions regarding Tax Credit Donations, please contact Justin Duran at justin.duran@childcrisisaz.org or call (480) 304-9471.

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Matching Gifts Program

Numerous companies offer employees a matching gift program that increases a financial gift to Child Crisis Arizona. Prior to making your gift, check here to see if your employer has a matching gift program.

Matching Gift Program  

IRA Rollover-Qualified Charitable Deduction (QCD)

If you are 70½ or older and required to take a minimum distribution from your individual retirement account (IRA) there is now a helpful tax-savings measure that allows you to use IRA fund for a charitable contribution.

*Please check most recent changes to the law.

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Donate in Memorial, Honorarium, or Share A Special Occasion

Keep your loved one’s memory alive through a Memorial gift or honor a special milestone with an Honorarium donation. You can also celebrate your special occasion or milestone event by helping Arizona’s most vulnerable children and families. Ask your friends and family members to make a donation to Child Crisis Arizona in your honor, to join you in collecting items for an in-kind donation drive, or to make a donation through your Facebook Fundraiser.

Legacy Giving

Information on Legacy Giving can be found at the link below. Contact Torrie A. Taj if you are interested in leaving your legacy to Child Crisis Arizona through our foundation.

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Donor-Advised Funds

You can now initiate a grant recommendation from your donor-advised fund or DAF, using the link below. Simply start typing in your fund provider name and the system will prompt you through the process.

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Host an Event

If you would like to create your own event to help Child Crisis Arizona, contact our Community Relations Team by calling (480) 834-9424

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Give To Our Wish List

Click below to learn more about our in-kind donation needs.

Donation Needs  

Purchase with a Purpose

Donations of goods and/or money by making purchases through selected online retailers including Amazon and eBay.

Donate Your Car

Want a Tax Benefit and a way to help Child Crisis Arizona? Donate ANY car, truck, RV or boat.

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Donation Policy

Child Crisis Arizona collects and uses personal information such as name, address, telephone number and email address when a donor or supporter voluntarily provides it to us. This information is securely kept on file for IRS purposes and is also used in our development and communication activities.

Child Crisis Arizona does not sell, trade or share its donor list with any other organization or company. We will use contact information of donors for these purposes:

  • Distribute receipts for donations
  • Thank donors for their donations
  • Inform donors about news, upcoming fundraising events, and other activities
  • Internal analysis and record keeping
  • Reporting to relevant U.S. and State agencies (these reports are not for public inspection)
  • Contact donors about changes to this policy

Child Crisis Arizona follows the AFP Donor Bill of Rights and Code of Ethics.