Do I Qualify to Donate?
I Owe Arizona State Taxes.
Can I Donate?
Yes. Every dollar you donate counts towards your unpaid taxes
If you owe $500 and you donate $400, then you will only owe $100 in state taxes
I Am a Tax Paying Arizona Resident. Can I Donate?
Yes. You qualify to donate today
*Up to the maximum amount allowed by law
** Please consult your tax professional
I Already Use My Tax Credit for a School District.
Can I Donate?
Yes. In Arizona, you can donate to both a public school and a Qualifying Charitable Organization
You can donate today
What Happens to My Donation?
To Low-Income Arizona Students 150% Below the Poverty Line (or more) Aspiring to Higher Education Success
Supporting Arizona DeMolay - the Premier Leadership Organization Preparing Students for Tomorrow's Opportunities
Why Your Donation Matters
You can help students invest in their future
Average Median Income - High School Education 2020
Average Median Income - Bachelor's Degree 2020
You can help Arizona beat the national averages
Arizona’s level of educational attainment – the percentage of adults who earn a two- or four-year degree – significantly trails the national average. In 2020, less than half – 46.3 percent − of Arizona’s high school graduating class enrolled in a two- or four-year college
~ Arizona Board of Regents
Make Your Donation Today!
Qualifying Arizona citizens can donate up to $421 as a single tax filer or $841 as a joint (married) filer
File Your Taxes
When you file your taxes, you will get a dollar-for-dollar credit up to the maximum amount. File Form 321 and use QCO # 22427.
Keep Hold of Your Receipt
We'll automatically send you a receipt after you donate -- all you have to do is keep it until tax season
Use Your Taxes to Support Education
in Four Easy Steps
The Arizona DeMolay Foundation Community Initiative is a Qualifying Charitable Organization in the State of Arizona
That means that when you donate up to the maximum amount, you get every dollar back after you file your taxes
You can come back and donate year-after-year so that we can keep supporting low-income Arizona students pursuing higher education