Fight for Financial Stability

Living Thrifty, Resourceful, & Empowered

Ashley Wood will show you how to leverage your money to “thrive” when most can barely survive.

Her 3-hour workshop covers budgeting, money management, cleaning up your credit score, setting up a savings goal, tracking your success, coupon clipping and much more!


Qualified Charitable Organizations Tax Credit

The state of Arizona has a special program that allows residents to direct some of their tax dollars to charities they support. The AZ Department of Revenue has a list online of approved “Qualified Charitable Organizations” and RCUW is an umbrella organization. All you have to do is make a donation to RCUW now, and then fill out Form 321 with your state taxes to claim the credit. You will then receive a 100% refund for the donation you made when you get your tax refund.*

In 2018, the Arizona Department of Revenue has assigned a “QCO Code” to each qualified charitable organization. Donors must use the code to claim the tax credit on state income tax returns. RCUW’s QCO Code is 20726.

The state of Arizona limit for Charitable Organization Tax Credit donations is $400 for individuals and $800 for a married couple filing jointly.

This is separate from other tax credits, such as the private and public/chart school tax credits. So, that means you can claim them all.

* Please consult your tax advisor to determine your individual eligibility.

For more information, visit the AZ Department of Revenue QCO information website:


IF YOU MADE LESS THAN $66,000, YOU MAY QUALIFY!

VITA helps eligible taxpayers obtain tax credits and deductions, especially EITC, child tax credit, education tax credit, and child care deductions.

Anyone who files a basic tax return can have their taxes prepared at a VITA site for free.


Keep 100% of your refund by saving an average of $250 or more on tax preparation fees. If you made under $66,000 last year you can file a federal and/or up to three state tax returns electronically for free.