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Arizona Tax Credit

Claim your Arizona State Tax Credit and help those grieving the homicide of a loved one.

Earn a dollar for dollar tax credit on contributions up to $400 for individuals, or $800 for couples filing jointly! It is available for those who pay income tax in the state of Arizona and you don’t need to itemize to take advantage of this credit. To qualify, make a gift to Homicide Survivors before 11:59 p.m. on April 15th, then simply fill-out state form 321 (available below) and include it with your return.

Homicide Survivors’ Tax ID number is: 86-0889964 Contact your financial advisor before making any tax-related decisions.

Claiming a Credit for 2021 

Step 1: Make a donation to Homicide Survivors by the April 15, 2022 deadline.

Step 2: Complete the Arizona Form 321 and include it with your tax return. Homicide Survivors’ Qualified Charitable Organization (QCO) code is 20972. 

Visit the Arizona Department of Revenue website or speak with your tax advisor for additional information on how to file your 2021 taxes using your 2021 Credit for Donations Made to Qualifying Charitable Organizations.

Donations made between now and April 15, 2022 may be eligible for the 2021 Arizona State Tax Credit. Click here to make a donation online.

 Donations may also be made by check. Checks should be made out to “Homicide Survivors, Inc.” and mailed to 2315 E. Speedway Blvd., Tucson, Arizona, 85719.

Contact Dennisse Ley Balderrama at 520-207-5012 with any questions.

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