We are proud to
Embrace Arizona Families and Offer Support
From becoming licensed to be a foster parent, to taking in relatives unexpectedly, to donating time through mentoring or volunteering or a monetary donation, Arizona families care about Arizona’s children. Our organization was founded by parents 18 years ago to support, empower and educate families who love these children whether they are a kinship, foster, or adoptive family. There are over 14,000 children in foster care in Arizona with more than 5,000 living in foster homes.
“We love AZAFAP! We have attended so many great events and our kids know that every time we go they will have fun. Whether it’s shoes, jackets, bikes or whatever they have been over the moon every time. I would definitely recommend them to any foster or adoptive parent!”
We are a foster care qualifying organization, and your donation of up to $1,000 for a couple filing jointly or $500 for a single tax filer, may qualify for the Arizona Foster Care Qualifying Organization Tax Credit. Donate online or download the form to mail:
Help Us TODAY!
Your donations go toward serving the foster, adoptive and kinship families who care for Arizona’s most vulnerable children.
You can donate until April 15, 2022 for your
2021 tax year credit!
WHAT IS THE ARIZONA TAX CREDIT FOR QUALIFYING FOSTER CARE CHARITABLE ORGANIZATIONS?
HOW DOES IT WORK?
IS THERE A LIMIT TO HOW MUCH I CAN GIVE?
$500 – Single Filer
$1,000 – Married Filer
WHO CAN CONTRIBUTE?
WHAT’S THE DEADLINE TO CONTRIBUTE?
You must give before April 15, 2022 for the Tax Credit to apply to the 2021 tax year.
WHO RECEIVES THE CONTRIBUTIONS?
CAN I DONATE ONLINE?
DO YOU RECEIVE ANY FUNDING FROM THE STATE?
*We encourage you to check with your professional tax advisor for advice on your personal tax situation and to learn how charitable giving to AZAFAP may specifically benefit you.
For more detailed information regarding the Tax Credit program, please call the Arizona Department of Revenue at 602.255.3381 or visit https://azdor.gov/tax-credits/contributions-qcos-and-qfcos