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Arizona tax law allows individual taxpayers an income tax credit up to $569 (single and head of household) or $1,138 (married filing jointly) for donations to Brophy Community Foundation.

2019 Donation deadline is April 15th.

Arizona taxpayers, who have maximized their annual donation for the ORIGINAL tax credit (stated above), can give an additional PLUS income tax credit. For 2019, donations up to $566 (single and head of household) or $1,131 (married filing jointly) to Brophy Community Foundation.

2019 Donation deadline is April 15th

Individual taxpayers may take advantage of the below tax credit contributions in the same year. Each is a separate tax credit law and fund.

Funds managed by public school of donor’s choice

Individual taxpayers may also receive a tax credit up to $200 (single and head of household) or $400 (married filing jointly) for donations to public schools. Donations to public schools are used for extracurricular activities. This means any school sponsored activity that requires enrolled students to pay a fee in order to participate.

Donation deadline is April 15th.
Funds managed by non-profit of donor’s choice.

Individual taxpayers may also receive a tax credit up to $400 (single and head of household) or $800 (married filing jointly) for donations to qualified organizations that provide assistance to the working poor. A complete listing of Qualifying Charitable Organizations is published on the Department of Revenue’s website.

Donation deadline is April 15th.
Funds managed by non-profit of donor’s choice.

Individual taxpayers may also receive a tax credit up to $500 (single and head of household) or $1,000 (married filing jointly) for donations to qualified foster care organizations that provide assistance to qualifying individuals within the foster care system. A complete listing of Qualifying Foster Care Charitable Organizations is published on the Department of Revenue’s website.

Donation deadline is April 15th.

Funds managed by the Arizona Department of Veterans’ Services.

Individual taxpayers may also receive a tax credit up to $200 (single and head of household) or $400 (married filing jointly) for donations to the Arizona Department of Veterans’ Services that provide financial assistance to the families of currently deployed service members and post-9/11 Military and Veteran Families for hardships caused by the service member’s deployment to a combat zone.

Donation deadline is December 31st.

This charity fund has a $1,000,000 cap for refundable Arizona tax credits.