Invest in a Child’s Future
The Arizona Burn Foundation would not be able to provide the services we do without the generous support of our donors. We appreciate and encourage any size gift, from $1 to $1 Million.
Methods of Giving
Charitable Tax Credit:
The State of Arizona offers a dollar-for-dollar tax credit for contributions to qualifying charities that assist the working poor. The Arizona Burn Foundation is one such organization. This means that you can make a donation (of any amount) and receive it all back (up to $400 for single filers, $800 if married filing jointly) when you file your Arizona tax return. Sound too good to be true? Think again, many of you already receive the AZ Tuition tax credits for contributions to your child’s public or private school. The good news is that if you currently receive the tuition tax credit, you can take this tax credit too; they are separate programs. Donate Here
The simplest and most direct type of charitable gift is through cash, check, or credit card. Your donation can be applied to our general fund or a specific program. Checks and Cash can be mailed to Arizona Burn Foundation, 1432 N. 7th Street; Phoenix, AZ 85006. Credit card donations can be taken over the phone at 602-230-2041 ext 108 or online
Employee Giving Campaign:
You may designate your United Way or other employee giving campaign donation to the Arizona Burn Foundation. For United Way, specify the organization code 190199. You may also check with your employer about their employee matching gift policy.
The needs at the Arizona Burn Foundation vary widely from program to program. Occasionally gifts of personal property, office equipment, or other items can be extremely beneficial to the foundation. The tax deduction depends on the standard of ‘related use’. To find out more, please email email@example.com.You can also view our current wish list here.
You can designate the Arizona Burn Foundation as a beneficiary in your estate plans through your trust or will document. You can direct the Foundation to receive a specific gift, a specified dollar amount, or a residual amount of your estate. Gifts under wills enable individuals to make significant gifts that they may not have been able to make during their lifetime.