“Together, FSL and I are the best caregivers she could have. That much I’m sure of.”

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!

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. Learn More

“I came here and automatically I knew, this was it. This was the place for me.”
- Jennifer, Client

Arizona Charitable Tax Credit

Previously known as the Working Poor Credit, this option is now officially called the Credit for Donations made to Qualifying Charitable Organizations.

The Arizona legislature recently made some exciting changes to the Arizona Charitable Tax Credit.

Single filers can now claim up to $400 in gifts to FSL as a dollar-for-dollar tax credit (previously $200)

Joint filers can now claim up to $800 in gifts to FSL as a dollar-for-dollar tax credit (previously $400)

Combat Coronavirus (COVD-19) by Supporting FSL

On Wednesday, March 11th, Governor Doug Ducey declared a state of emergency for Arizona.  While all of us are concerned about the impact of the COVID-19 virus, we know that it is more dangerous to older adults and those with immune deficiencies which comprises the majority of those we serve.  
The demand for our services is greater than ever.  We need your help!

Your donations will:

Fund and deliver critical home essentials, such as food, to quarantined and/or isolated individuals

Deploy emergency staffing to ensure medically necessary services are delivered uninterrupted

Provide transportation for clients' to attend essential appointments such as dialysis and doctors' visits

“I've often been told by caregivers that they don't know what they would have done had we not been here.”
- Mary Pat, Center Director