Donate to FSL

1.2 million seniors (65 and older) experienced food insecurity. FSL provides nearly 500,000 meals to Arizonans each year through home-delivered programs, nutrition centers, food pantry distribution, adult day health services centers and group homes. Your gift could help us ensure that even more Arizonans do not go hungry today!

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Arizona Charitable Tax Credit

Your contributions to FSL qualify for Arizona’s Charitable Tax Credit. This credit allows tax payers to claim a dollar for dollar tax credit for contributions made to Qualifying Charitable Organizations. Previously known as the Working Poor Credit, this option is now officially called the Credit for Donations made to Qualifying Charitable Organizations. You do not need to itemize your taxes in order to take advantage of this tax credit! The limits for the credit are: $400/year for single or married, filing separately and $800/year for married filing jointly.

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Legacy Giving

Give a gift that makes a lasting difference. FSL is thankful for the bequests received over the years from our supporters. If you appreciate the work FSL is doing, please consider naming FSL in your will or trust. FSL will make sure your legacy provides a caring community that promotes the health and well-being of all for many years to come. For more information about a deferred gift, please contact FSL’s CEO, Tom Egan at 602-285-1800.

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Foundations and Trusts

Whether you are an individual who prefers to give through a family foundation or trust, represent an independent foundation whose missions matches our work, or work for a corporate charity searching for ways to support the community in which its employees live and work, FSL’s staff will ensure your giving guidelines are met. Our organization has been providing home and community-based services and developing energy-efficient, affordable housing to promote health, independence and dignity for all since 1974. For more information, please contact Megan Word at 602-285-1800.