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Yes, you may receive an Arizona Charitable Tax Credit for charitable contributions to Coconino County Community Services. Your donation will help those we serve and it will also reduce your Arizona State income tax dollar-for-dollar, up to the legal limit. Lists of All Qualifying Charitable Organizations are linked by year on the Arizona Department of Revenue’s (AZDOR) Qualifying Charitable Organizations webpage. The AZDOR website also has other information on the Charitable Tax Credit.:
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There are two easy ways to give, either by writing a check and mailing or hand delivering it to Community Services, or by donating online with your credit card via PayPal.
Coconino County Health and Human Services, Community Services2625 N. King StreetFlagstaff, Arizona 86004Attention: Deputy Director
Visit Coconino County Health and Human Services, Community Services (CCHHS-CS) Webpages for more detailed information, but in brief Community Services provides assistance to our most vulnerable community members. Social Services help those needing housing, utilities, and financial coaching assistance. Senior Services provide meals and assistance for the elderly. Basic Business Empowerment and Individual Development Accounts provide a hand-up to those moving forward toward self-sufficiency. The Volunteer Program leverages the expertise of caring Coconino County residents to stretch Community Services resources beyond what our caring, capable, and committed staff are able to accomplish alone. Lastly, Donations can be given to any of these specific areas of need, or for Community Services applied generally where they are needed most.
Yes, County Health and Human Services, Community Services (CCHHS-CS) is a public nonprofit, community action agency (CAA) and donations to it may be deductible from federal income tax. Public and private nonprofit CAAs were established under the Economic Opportunity Act of 1964 to fight America’s War on Poverty. CAAs help people to help themselves in achieving self-sufficiency. There are approximately 1000 Community Action Agencies, serving the poor nationwide. The majority of CAA program participants are extremely poor, with incomes below 75 percent of the federal poverty threshold, or $9,735 for a family of three (the average family size for the population served).
Email Deputy Director Michele Axlund, or call (928) 679-7453.