Transform Lives with Your Taxes

Great news! Arizona has selected Esperança to be part of the Charitable Giving Tax Credit Program – and that means you can make a big difference in the Valley.  It’s simple:  you can choose to pay the state or donate to a great cause.

Don’t Miss this Incredible Opportunity!

What is an Arizona Charitable Tax Credit Donation?

The State of Arizona allows you to claim tax credits for donations to non-profit organizations that support vulnerable population communities in our state.

When you donate up to $400 (single filer) and $800 (joint filer) to Esperança, you may be eligible for the State of Arizona Charitable Giving Tax Credit. With the tax credits, you receive a dollar-to-dollar Arizona tax credit, which means you either get the money refunded during tax time or can use it to pay your Arizona taxes. This is a great way to get reimbursed by the state of Arizona and join our mission of health equity for all.

The donation deadline is April 15, 2022 for the 2021 tax year.

Please note: This is not professional tax or legal advice. For more information on the tax credit, visit the Arizona Department of Revenue website at or call at 1-800-352-4090. Esperança, Inc is a 501(c)(3) not-for-profit and Esperança Arizona, LLC a Qualifying Charitable Organization. Tax ID# 23-7087997. QCO Code: 22188. 


Formerly known as the Working Poor Tax Credit, this is a dollar-for-dollar income tax credit available for contributions made by Arizona residents, to qualifying organizations, including Esperança Arizona (an affiliate of Esperança , Inc) which funds our Phoenix programs.
Up to $400 for single filers and $800 for joint filers.
No, you do not need to itemize your taxes.
Contributions must be made by the April tax deadline of any given year.
Yes, you can select the monthly payment option on our online donation page or call our Development Team at 602-252-7772 to make arrangements.
When you file your Arizona taxes, just include AZDOR form 321. Use QCO Code: 22188
Yes. You can stack your tax credits! There are numerous types of tax credits. The Charitable Giving (formerly working poor) is one type. There is a different AZDOR form required for each type of tax credit and different limits for each category. Check with your tax advisor for specific limits and available credits.
A tax credit is different than a deduction. A deduction lowers the taxable amount of your income. A tax credit reduces the amount of taxes you owe – this can result in a lower tax bill or a larger refund when you file your taxes.

2020 Donation Information

Donation Limits

Single Filer: $400

Joint Filer: $800

Donation Deadline

April 15, 2022

(for the 2021 tax year)

Donation Options

  1. Online, here
  2. Via mail to Esperança at 1911 W. Earll Drive, Phoenix, AZ 85015
  3. Over the phone at 602-252-7772

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