Skip to main content

Donate Today

Thank you for making change possible!

Thank you for selecting TCAA for your charitable donation! Your generosity will help to provide essential services to children, adults, and seniors in crisis and strengthen our collective ability to make a positive and meaningful impact on the economic stability, independence, and resiliency of those we serve. Donate securely online or by mail.

TCAA is a Qualifying Charitable Organization (QCO) and donations are eligible for the Arizona State Charitable Tax Credit. Use the following Qualifying Charitable Organization (QCO) code: #20304.  TCAA is a 501(c)3 Organization – Tax ID: 86-0254820

If you have any questions in regards to your donation, please email us at info@tempeaction.org.


DONATION INFORMATION

Is this an Arizona Charitable Tax Credit gift?
Designation
Donation Information
Prefix
First Name *
Last Name *
Country
Address Line 1 *
City *
State/Province *
Postal Code *
Preferred Method of Communication (Please Check all that Apply)
Frequency
Gift Amount
Select a Payment Method
Visa MasterCard American Express Discover

Visa®, MasterCard® & Discover® cardholders
Your security code is the 3-digit code at the end of the signature field on your card's back.

American Express® cardholders
Your security code is the 4-digit code located above the actual credit card number on your card's front.

Cover the fee associated with this online transaction?
Cover the fee associated with this online transaction?
Make this a monthly payment?
Make this a monthly payment?
Your total payment will be
Your credit balance will cover
Your credit card will be charged
Your bank account will be charged

For Banking Account (ACH) option, must enter routing and account numbers. See image below:

Tribute Information (If Applicable)
Full Name

(If applicable) Send written notification of my tribute donation to the following individual:

First Name
Last Name
Country
Address Line 1
City
State/Province
Postal Code
What Brought You to the Site Today?

Arizona Tax Credits

Arizona provides the following dollar-for-dollar non-refundable tax credits for contributions to certain charitable organizations with the maximum contribution amounts listed for 2021:

1. Certified School Tuition Organization ($2,435 Married, $1,219 Single) 
2. Qualified Charitable Organization "QCO" ($800 Married, $400 Single) 
3. Qualified Foster Care Organization "QFCO" ($1,000 Married, $500 Single) 
4. Public School ($400 Married, $200 Single) 
5. Military Family Relief Fund ($400 Married, $200 Single)

Donations made up through April 18th can be applied to either the 2021 or 2022 tax return for all but the Military Family Relief Fund. You cannot claim both a tax credit and an itemized deduction for your donation.
 


Federal Action Shifts Rules for Charitable Giving

The economic stimulus and coronavirus relief packages that recently passed Congress include measures that provide many donors with greater flexibility in their charitable giving.

The changes increase the amount that can be deducted from federal taxes — including 100% deductions for those who itemize cash gifts to public charities and up to $300 for those who don’t itemize.

The CARES Act makes four significant liberalizations to the rules governing charitable deductions:

(1) Individuals will be able to claim a $300 above-the-line deduction for cash contributions made, generally, to public charities in 2020. This rule effectively allows a limited charitable deduction to taxpayers claiming the standard deduction.

(2) The limitation on charitable deductions for individuals that is generally 60% of modified adjusted gross income (the contribution base) doesn't apply to cash contributions made, generally, to public charities in 2020 (qualifying contributions). Instead, an individual's qualifying contributions, reduced by other contributions, can be as much as 100% of the contribution base. No connection between the contributions and COVID-19 activities is required.

(3) Similarly, the limitation on charitable deductions for corporations that is generally 10% of (modified) taxable income doesn't apply to qualifying contributions made in 2020. Instead, a corporation's qualifying contributions, reduced by other contributions, can be as much as 25% of (modified) taxable income. No connection between the contributions and COVID-19 activities is required. 

(4) For contributions of food inventory made in 2020, the deduction limitation increases from 15% to 25% of taxable income for C corporations and, for other taxpayers, from 15% to 25% of the net aggregate income from all businesses from which the contributions were made.

TCAA is proud to have earned a 2022 Platinum Seal of Transparency, the highest level of recognition offered by GuideStar, the world’s largest source of nonprofit information.

Powered by Firespring