Whether you give once or on a regular basis, your donation can change the story for children in foster care by providing experiences and activities that shape their childhoods.
Help Affcf change the story for kids in foster care!
Thank you for helping the Arizona Friends of Foster Children Foundation change the story for children in foster care. Your foster care donation may qualify for a dollar-for-dollar state tax credit under the Arizona Foster Care Tax Credit. The maximum amount allowed is up to $500 for individual filers and up to $1,000 for joint filers. Please consult your tax professional for complete details on the Arizona Foster Care Tax Credit. AFFCF’s tax ID is 86-0468850 and our Qualifying Foster Care Organization ID is 10023.
For those who prefer to mail in a tax credit donation, you can download our Printable Donation Form here. Once you complete the form, mail it along with your donation to AFFCF, 360 E. Coronado Rd., Ste. 190, Phoenix, AZ 85004.
You can also make your foster care tax credit donation by phone at 602.252.9445.
For your convenience, you download the Qualifying Foster Care Tax Credit Form here.
What your donation does
Pays for six months of services to a participant in Keys to Success, a program designed to help young people aging out of foster care to lead successful, independent lives
Provides much-needed tutoring for a child who is below grade level
Buys supplemental clothing and books for a child in foster care
Buys a weighted blanket/vest for a child who struggles with severe anxiety because of his or her circumstances
Buys in-state theme park admission for a child who desperately needs a little fun
Did You Know?
Of every dollar donated to AFFCF:
- 88% goes to programs
- 6% goes to administration
- 6% goes to fundraising
We are committed to being good stewards of the funds we receive and ensuring our goal to reach every child in Arizona’s foster care.
“When my child came to live with me, he was angry all the time. He had zero self-control and absolutely no self-confidence. Karate lessons have changed that. Since enrolling my child in karate lessons, we have less and less involvement with crisis teams and DCS. But the best result of all is that he now sees himself as a person who is worthy, has a healthier self-esteem and is allowed to feel happy.”