Food Bank Donation
1 in 4 Arizona Children Are Currently Facing Hunger.
Donate $800 to St. Mary's Food Bank & Get $800 Back in your Arizona Tax Refund.
Hunger is one of the greatest threats to our community. But you can help! Together, we can ease hunger in Arizona. Give Hungry Children Their Next Meal. Please consider making your donation below today.
Your Tax Credit Donation Could End Hunger for Children in Arizona
What is the Arizona Charitable Tax Credit?
When you make a donation to St. Mary’s Food Bank, you can receive a dollar-for-dollar tax credit on your AZ state return. Receive up to $400 for individuals and $800 for those filing jointly. St. Mary’s Food Bank is a 501(c)(3) organization that qualifies for the Arizona Charitable Tax Credit.
Donate Now and Get it Back on Your Arizona Tax Return.
St. Mary's Food Bank is a Qualifying Charitable Organization.
St. Mary’s Food Bank is a Qualifying Charitable Organization and equally important is certified on the Department of Revenue’s website for Donations made to Qualifying Charitable Organizations. Your Arizona Charitable Tax Credit Donation to St. Mary’s Food Bank can be included in your Federal Tax Deductions in addition to the Arizona Charitable Tax Credit. St. Mary’s Food Bank Qualifying Organization Code (QCO) is 20208. Please consult a qualified tax advisory for personal tax advice.
Local Families turn to St. Mary's Food Bank.
Support from the community is important to the hundreds of thousands of Arizonans who receive food every day. They come to us directly or to one of the nonprofit agencies in the St. Mary’s network who receive food from us at no cost, and they are provided pantry items, fresh produce, meat, eggs, dairy, bread and more to feed their families. However, the need continues to be great.
Together, we’re fighting hunger in Arizona.
We are proud to stand together with the community, knowing we share the vision that no one should go without food. Because of friends like you, we distribute 250,000 pounds of food, daily. This food travels throughout most of Arizona and goes to hungry neighbors who might otherwise have to go without.