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Charitable Tax Credit

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Hit poverty where it hurts (and get a tax credit).

Donate up to $400 for Single or Head of Household tax filings, or up to $800 if married filing jointly, and receive a dollar for dollar tax credit for your contribution.

It’s as easy as clicking donate on this page or in the menu, and then claiming the tax credit when you file your taxes.

See how your money will be used to fight poverty.

How does it help?

clothing for low income families

Provide Clothing for Low Income Families

food boxes

Give Someone a Boost during Difficult Times with a Food Box.

Hygiene items

Provide Toiletries, Household Items, and a Helping Hand to the Working Poor.

Additional Information

What's Nourish Phoenix's QCO Code and Tax ID?

QCO Code: 20385

Tax ID: 86-0401223

If I donate to my child’s school, can I still donate to Nourish Phoenix?

Yes, you can take the Charitable Tax Credit in addition to other credits, like schools or foster care agencies.

Can I donate items like food & clothing and take the credit?

No, the tax credit only applies to monetary donations.

Do I have to donate the whole amount a one time?

No, you can donate all at once or spread your gift over a period of months up until tax day in April, you will receive a receipt of your gift from Nourish Phoenix.   Amounts lower than $400/$800 also qualify, so a $100 gift qualifies you for a $100 tax credit on your state taxes, lowering your final amount owed.

Do I have to itemize?

No, you no longer have to itemize to receive an Arizona State Tax Credit.

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We are open Monday-Friday from 9-11AM for food services, no appointment necessary, please bring your ID. For job assistance, SNAP/AHCCCS registrations and to make an appointment in our clothing room, please call 602-775-5744.  Clothing room is open for same-day appointments Mon-Fri from 9-11AM.  Please continue to wear a mask.