Formerly Known as Working Poor Tax Credit
You can make a donation to Camp Tatiyee of up to $400 as a single tax filer or $800 as a couple, and get every dollar of your donation back when you file your state taxes! Our QCO code is?20677.
How it Works
When you file your Arizona taxes, as a single or a couple, you can claim a dollar-for-dollar Arizona Charitable Tax Credit that will either reduce your tax liability or increase your refund.
All you need to do is complete AZ Form 321 and include it when you file your state taxes. Camp Tatiyee will provide you with a copy of the form, along with your year-end giving summary, by the time you file your taxes.
Frequently Asked Questions
The State of Arizona allows a donor to take a dollar-for-dollar tax credit on your state taxes. When you donate to a qualified charitable organization like Camp Tatiyee, you can receive a tax credit up to $400 as a single filer, or $800 as a married couple filing jointly. This tax credit was previously known as the Working Poor Tax Credit.
The State of Arizona has recognized Camp Tatiyee as a Qualified Charitable Organization (QCO). That means all the donations you make special needs campers can be used to claim the Arizona Charitable Tax Credit, up to the $400 or $800 limit.
Your gift will be used exclusively to provide life-changing summer camp experiences to campers with special needs across the state of Arizona. Due to the nature of the tax credit, 100% of all tax credit donations go toward direct service, meaning your entire donation is being used to support a child with special needs!
The Arizona Charitable Tax Credit does not conflict with the Education Tax Credit or the Foster Care Credit. You don’t have to choose; you can contribute to all three.
Camp Tatiyee will send you the necessary AZ Form 321 in January or you can visit the Arizona Department of Revenue for more information. All you have to do is submit the completed form when you file your taxes.
Camp Tatiyee’s Arizona Qualifying Charitable Organization Code is 20677. All certified charities have been assigned a QCO code, and you will be required to provide this information when you file your taxes.
No, you do not need to itemize your taxes to claim the Arizona Charitable Tax Credit. You can fill out the AZ Form 321 and still claim the credit.
Supporters wishing to claim the Arizona Charitable Tax Credit must make a gift on or before April 15, 2019 for your donation to be applied to the 2019 tax year.