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One of the best ways to help victims of domestic violence in your community is through a financial or in-kind donation.

All donations made to Chrysalis are used to support services for everyone affected by abuse, including adult and child victims, their families and offenders. All donations are tax-deductible under section 501(c)(3) of the IRS tax code.

Monthly Giving

Join THE 360, our monthly giving program. By donating to Chrysalis on a monthly basis, you help sustain our programs and organization.

Other Ways to Give

There are many other ways to contribute to Chrysalis, including employee-giving programs such as the United Way, and through the sale of special products that benefit our programs.

Your Time

Offering your time to assist Chrysalis is one of the most valuable contributions you can give.

Charitable Tax Credit

With Arizona’s Charitable Tax Credit (formerly known as the Working Poor Tax Credit), you can receive a dollar-for-dollar tax credit, up to $800*, on your state income taxes while helping victims of domestic abuse – at no additional cost to you.

You can directly subtract your donation from the taxes you owe. It is a direct dollar-for-dollar credit back to you.

The charitable tax credit may be taken in addition to the public school tax credit and the private school tax credit.

*Chrysalis is not a tax adviser. You should consult your tax adviser about this tax credit.

Online: Make a donation here and select the Arizona Charitable Tax Credit button.

Gift must be postmarked no later than April 15, 2019. The credit can be applied to either the current or preceding taxable year, write “tax credit” in the memo line.

Mail: Please make your $400 (for individuals) or $800 (for married couples filing jointly) qualified charitable contribution payable to Chrysalis and mail to:

Chrysalis, 2055 W. Northern Ave., Phoenix, AZ 85021

For further questions, you may contact the Arizona Department of Revenue at 602-255-3381.

 

*Maximum amount of credit depends upon your filing status. Married couples filing jointly have a maximum credit of $800. Taxpayers filing as single or head of household have a maximum credit of $400.