AZ Charitable Tax Credit
About This Campaign
Gifts to United Food Bank qualify for valuable Arizona Charitable Tax Credits, up to $400 per individual and $800 for couples filing a joint income tax return in the State of Arizona.
Charitable Tax Credits differ from tax deductions because they are fully tax-refundable. They will either reduce the total Arizona state income tax you owe or increase the state income tax refund you receive, dollar-for-dollar when you file your taxes.
Consult your tax adviser if you have any questions regarding the Arizona Charitable.
File your AZ taxes and claim the credit using Form 321 and QCO#20206
Location / Venue
- 245 South Nina Drive
- Mesa, AZ 85210
- Jan 01, 2018 12:00 am to
- Apr 15, 2019 12:00 am
Campaign to Support United Food Bank
United Food Bank was organized in 1983 as a nonprofit joint venture among East Valley cities and their respective United Ways to gather and distribute food to organizations that help our neighbors in need. United Food Bank has since become the key provider of food resources to agencies and community groups in the Greater East Valley and Eastern Arizona who feed thousands of men, women and children 365 days a year. United Food Bank is a member of Feeding America, a national network of over 200 food banks that provides connections to national food companies and other important resources.
David Trotter gave a $521.70 donation
Nader Abinader gave a $100 donation
Glenda Wilson gave a $400 donation
Lori Turnbull gave a $417.42 donation
An anonymous donation of $834.54 has been made
Margaret Wheeler gave a $325 donation
John Ballard gave a $800 donationUnited Food Bank provides an essential service for all of Arizona! Pleased to support an organization that addresses real needs and assists our neighbors in the community.
Richard & Leann Crandall gave a $800 donationThank you Dave and the entire team for all you do to solve our food insecurities!
Edward Schreiner gave a $800 donation
Sandra Zenuk gave a $100 donation
Donna Reining gave a $49 donation