There’s Still Time: Donate Today!
It’s time to shift your New Year’s resolutions into action and help spark joy for seniors in your community! 2021 might be over, but there’s still time to donate your Arizona Tax Credits and become a part of the innovative change happening right here at Oakwood Creative Care.
Because we are a Qualifying Charitable Organization (QCO), any donations made to Oakwood Creative Care could be eligible for a dollar-for-dollar income tax reduction. This means any donations made today will not only go towards providing support and respite to seniors and their families/care partner teams in need, but will also come back to you in the upcoming tax return season!
Although the new year has already begun, any eligible contributions made before April 18, 2022 can still be applied to your 2021 tax filing.
Reignite Hope, Purpose, & Dignity Beyond Diagnosis With Your Donations
As a nonprofit organization, we rely on the generous support of our community to remain a viable creative care solution for seniors and families seeking treatment beyond costly pharmaceutical interventions. Donations made in support of Oakwood Creative Care will aid us in our mission to reignite hope, purpose, and dignity beyond a diagnosis as we move forward in expanding services at our newest location, The Perfect Place, break ground on our exciting up-and-coming Dementia Hub, and continue offering scholarships for our low-income and veteran members.
Eager to learn more about this win-win opportunity? Check out this snapshot of things to keep in mind as you get ready to make your donations:
- If you pay state taxes, you may be eligible for this opportunity.
- Singles can donate up to $400 to Oakwood Creative Care.
- Married couples can donate up to $800.
- You do not need to itemize your taxes in order to take advantage of this opportunity.
- You can simultaneously claim the Public and Private Education Tax Credit.
- You have until April 18, 2022, to make a donation that qualifies for the tax credit.
** Please be advised that tax circumstances may vary, and any specific questions related to your tax situation should be consulted with your tax advisor.