Graham Greenlee
Tax Credit Coalition

For every $1 you donate, you can get $1 back thanks to the dollar-for-dollar Arizona Charitable Tax Credit.

Thank you for learning about the Arizona Charitable Tax Credit, and how you can use this credit to help yourself while helping local families in need.


The Arizona Charitable Tax Credit

The Arizona Charitable Tax Credit is a dollar-for-dollar tax credit allowing you to donate to Qualified Charitable Organizations (QCOs), and claim a dollar-for-dollar state tax credit up to $800 if filing jointly, or $400 if filing individually!

You can receive this dollar-for-dollar tax credit on your Arizona state income tax return while keeping your dollars local. Your gift goes to work right away in your community, providing support to the eligible organizations and schools of your choice.

Questions about eligibility and details? Contact your tax preparer.

The Graham Greenlee Tax Credit Coalition

The Graham Greenlee Tax Credit Coalition is made up of local nonprofits approved as Qualifying Charitable Organizations (QCO) with the Arizona Department of Revenue, who provide direct services to individuals, children and families throughout Graham and Greenlee counties.  The GGTCC is supported by many local partners.

A QCO is a charity that is a 501(c)3 nonprofit organization that spends at least 50% of its budget on services to Arizona residents who either receive temporary assistance to needy families (TANF) benefits, are low-income residents whose household income is less than 150% of the federal poverty level or are chronically ill or physically disabled children.

A charity must apply for and meet all requirements of the law to be considered a QCO.  You may claim a tax credit for voluntary cash contributions you make during any taxable year to a QCO.


Boys & Girls Club of the Gila Valley
QCO Code 20120

Providing a safe and nurturing environment to enable all young people of the Gila Valley, especially those who need us most, to reach their full potential as productive, caring and responsible citizens


First Southern Baptist Church/Duncan and Clifton Food Banks
QCO Code 22520

Exist to fight hunger and feed hope in Greenlee County. They are committed to meeting the needs of our community through the distribution of nutritious food.

Graham County Rehabilitation Center
QCO Code 20722

Promotes welfare of individuals with developmental disabilities and/or physical limitations by supporting and teaching so they may have the opportunity to reach his/her full potential according to each one’s unique abilities

Our Neighbors Farm & Pantry
QCO Code 20244

Working for basic, quality food for everyone in Graham County


QCO Code 20411

Empowering active seniors; protecting vulnerable adults; supporting caregiving families; and providing compassionate supportive services for frail elderly and disabled adults.

Tooth B.U.D.D.S.
QCO Code 21032

To educate against the “silent epidemic” of oral disease and prevent the spread of dental decay by utilizing dental hygiene Best Practices in schools to help ensure no child turns to drugs because of a toothache.

Partners / SPONSORS

We are proud to have local partners promoting the efforts of Graham and Greenlee County nonprofits and the Arizona Charitable Tax Credit. You can find flyers and information on the Arizona Charitable Tax Credit in the offices of our partners.

Our sincere thanks to each of our partners for their support of local nonprofits! With their support, we can help more families across our community. Are you a business interested in supporting the Graham Greenlee Tax Credit Coalition? Please contact us today.

Smith & Taylor
Farmers Insurance
Luke & Teonna Hoops Financial Advisors - 928-429-3431
Farm Bureau
Town of Clifton

Town of Clifton


Town of Thatcher

DVEC high res

Duncan Valley Electric Cooperative


Safford Builders - Ace Hardware

Town of Pima

Town of Pima


Bonita Elementary School


CMI Quick Copy


Tri-Counties Distributing


Graham County Chamber of Commerce


Solomon Elementary School


Thatcher Unified School District


Pima Unified
School District

M1 (3)

Morenci Unified School District


Duncan Unified School District


Dan Hinton School


Safford Unified School District

Forms & QCO Codes


To claim your Arizona Charitable Tax Credit after donating to an eligible charitable organization, fill out Arizona Form 321 and include it with your tax return. This form is included with tax materials provide by the State of Arizona, and is available for download from the Arizona Department of Revenue. If you are unsure if you qualify for the tax credit, please contact your tax advisor.

QCO Codes

Per the Arizona Department of Revenue, “Effective in 2018, the Arizona Department of Revenue has assigned a five (5) digit code number to identify each Qualifying Charitable Organization and Qualifying Foster Care Charitable Organization for Arizona tax credit purposes on Form 321 and Form 352, which is included with the Arizona income tax return. Taxpayers must use the “QCO Code” or “QFCO Code” of certified organizations to claim the tax credits for contributions QCOs or QFCOs.”

QCO Codes for Graham Greenlee Tax Credit Coalition Members

List of Arizona Qualifying Charitable Organizations



As the fiscal sponsor for the Graham Greenlee Tax Credit Coalition, the Arizona Community Foundation of the Gila Valley  provides administrative support to help build the capacity of local nonprofits.

For agency specific questions, please click on agency links on the Members section. If you have general questions regarding the Graham Greenlee Tax Credit Coalition, please contact the Arizona Community Foundation of the Gila Valley by phone, email, or the provided contact form.