Here’s Just two of our latest campaigns #becauseweknewher
Click on this link or the photo to donate: Feed A Hungry Child Over Winter Break
We have officially been approved as a QUALIFYING CHARITABLE ORGANIZATION (CCO) by the State of Arizona
“The state of Arizona provides an incredible incentive for taxpayers who donate to certain qualifying charities like Corbin’s Legacy. Thanks to the Arizona Charitable Tax Credit, you can donate up to $800 and get it right back on your Arizona tax return.”
Step 1: Donate to Corbin’s Legacy to support needy children in Arizona
Step 2: File your State taxes and claim the credit by using Arizona Tax Form (AZDOR) 321
Step 3: Receive your tax credit!
Up to $800 for married filing jointly
Up to $400 for filing single or head of household
No need to itemize deductions to claim the credit
How It Works: “The state of Arizona offers its taxpayers the opportunity to make contributions to non-profit organizations that reduce the amount of tax owed to the state or increase the amount of the taxpayer’s refund, dollar-for-dollar. There is NO NET COST to the donor, and deserving individuals around the state benefit.”
Every day we get thank you notes from children grateful not to be hungry or starving in school. Here is a sample of just a few. No Child Should Suffer, No Parent Should Feel Powerless #becauseweknewher
We are grateful and humbled to announce our newest partnership with Comfort Food Pantry (comfortfoodpantry.com) an AZ non-profit organization that with love, caring, dignity, respect and compassion supplies children, individuals and families with nutritious food. No Child Should Suffer, No Parent Should Feel Powerless #becauseweknewher
Thank To You This Week:
Corbin’s Legacy helped homeless children and their families around the nation with food, personal hygiene kits and required school clothing. One in thirty elementary school children are homeless in this country. While we respect privacy we had the rare opportunity to speak with a parent, who wished to publicly comment, this is what she had to say:
My family lives in a shelter and we are grateful for it. My husband and I both work. We always have. But times got tough, He lost his fulltime job and my part-time job hours were cut. We lost our house, really we lost everything. But we have our kids and each other. Every morning, when we have to leave the shelter, my husband takes the kids to school, a really good school, and then goes to work. I wait in line to get back into the shelter, so my kids will have a place to do homework and sleep. When my husband is done working he picks up the kids and comes back to the shelter. When we get in and settled I go to work but I have to be back before the doors get locked for the night, so I can’t work that much. I think that in this country it’s just a darn shame that a hard working family like mine can’t afford to live and I don’t hear any politicians talking about it.
We agree. No child should struggle. #becauseweknewher No parent should feel powerless.
Cost: $1230 Benefit: Incalculable