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Children First Foundation

Make a One-Time Donation

Please consider making a one-time donation and help The Children First Foundation continue to tear down the barriers to a quality education for homeless and underprivileged children in Arizona.

MAKE A MONTHLY RECURRING DONATION

Monthly giving is an easy, efficient and tax-deductible way to make a difference in helping underserved and impoverished children reach their personal best through education.

JOIN THE AMBASSADOR CIRCLE

The Ambassador Circle are generous supporters who make a monetary gift of $1,000 or more annually.

The Ambassador Circle Benefits:

  • Listing on childrensfirstfoundation.org
  • Invitation to attend exclusive events
  • Ambassador Circle newsletters

MEMORIAL AND HONOR GIFTS

Honor those individuals who currently touch your life. Memorialize those that have passed, or give a meaningful birthday gift that touches the life of a child. Choose to send a donation in Memorial, Honor, or as a gift and help drive underprivileged children to success.

GIFT IN-KIND DONATIONS

The Children First Foundation supports children that live at or below the poverty line and are often homeless. We are always accepting in-kind donations for our students and their families to help them succeed both in and outside of the classroom. Our families are always in need of hygiene products, clothing for our students, food and beverages, household cleaning items, healthcare products and school supplies. To see a full list of items our students and families need click here.

MATCHING GIFTS AND WORKPLACE GIVING

  • Matching Gift

Did you know many companies offer a matching gift program to encourage philanthropy among their employees? Some companies will even match to spouses and retirees. If your company participates in a matching gift program, you may be able to double, or even triple, the impact of your gift! Contributions of any amount will enable us to help children at or below the poverty line receive the same education that other children receive. Please check with your employer to see if they participate in a matching gift program. If your company does participate in a matching gift program and you’re interested in enhancing your contribution, please contact admin@childrensfirstfoundation.org for more information.

  • Workplace Giving

Did you know that you can donate to the Children First Foundation seamlessly through payroll deductions? And since companies often match employee contributions, workplace giving provides you with the opportunity to directly influence your company's philanthropic endeavors. For more information, please contact admin@childrensfirstfoundation.org.

PLANNED GIVING

Support the Children First Foundation while also fulfilling your own financial goals and objectives.

Bequest from Your Will

Including the Children First Foundation in your will or trust is a meaningful way to help us provide hope through education for underprivileged children in our community.

Ways You Can Give Through a Will or Trust:

  • Leave a specific dollar amount or asset to the Children First Foundation.
  • Designate a percentage of your estate to be given through your will or living trust.
  • Give only the remainder, or residue, of your estate, or that which remains after bequests to loved ones have been made.

Ways You Can Give Through Other Means:

  • An outright gift of cash
  • Securities
  • Personal property
  • Real estate (real estate is accepted on a case-by-case basis with minimum valuation considerations and a written appraisal)

Arizona Public School Extra-Circular Activities Tax Credit

You can directly support The Children First Leadership Academy through the Arizona Extra-Circular Activities (ECA) tax credit. Through this program, an individual may donate up to $200 and a couple filing jointly may donate up to $400 and receive the money back in the form of a tax credit.

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Disclaimer:

The material presented in this website is intended as general educational information on the topics discussed herein and should not be interpreted as legal, financial or tax advice. Please seek the specific advice of your tax advisor, attorney, and/or financial planner to discuss the application of these topics to your individual situation.