Donations

Important Donation Information

We are A QFCO

qualifying
Foster Care Tax Credit Organization

Advocacy31nine is a registered 501(C)3 non-profit organization. All funds will be used directly for programs serving foster children in Arizona. All contributions made are tax-deductible. Arizona allows taxpayers the opportunity to support qualifying organizations by making a donation directly to the organization. When donors file their taxes, they can receive a dollar-for-dollar Arizona state tax credit. For example, if you owe $1,000 in state taxes and you make a donation to Advocacy 31nine for $1,000, your tax liability will be $0. If you don’t have a tax liability of $1,000, this would result in an Arizona State tax REFUND of $1,000. This allows you to donate up to $1,000 without it costing you ANYTHING! We think it is a win-win!

10051

Our QFCO Number

83-2281918

Our Business EIN

$1,000

Amount Couples Can Deduct Per Year

Form 352

AZ Tax Form 352: Here

Would you like a reminder before the tax deadline of how to use your tax credit?

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Questions And Answers

When donors file their taxes, they can receive a dollar-for-dollar Arizona state tax credit. For example, if you owe $1,000 in state taxes and you make a donation to Advocacy 31nine for $1,000, your tax liability will be $0. If you don’t have a tax liability of $1,000, this would result in an Arizona State tax REFUND of $1,000. This allows you to donate up to $1,000 without it costing you ANYTHING! We think it is a win-win!

You will use Form 352 when you file your taxes. Enter our code of 10051 on this form.

Find Form 352 on AZDOR here.

Individuals can claim up to $500 and married couples can claim up to $1,000.

We are a Qualifying Foster Care Tax Credit Organization (QFCO).

Usually, taxpayers may utilize several tax credits each year: AZ Foster Care, Private and Public School, and Charitable. See more from AZ.Gov.

Yes. If you owe $500 in Arizona State taxes, and you donate $1,000, you will receive a tax refund of $500 from the State of Arizona.