Covenant House is a fully accredited charitable organization. Because we provide services to our less fortunate senior citizens, and are managed in a not-for-profit manner, our organization has been granted 501 (c)(3 ) status.
There are two ways our benefactors support us: donating and volunteering.
You are our valued partner. 100% of your donation goes toward funding an array of additional programs and services for our residents that help to reduce isolation, expand life-long learning opportunities and increase their ability to live independently.
Whether it’s helping to fund emergency food and personal hygiene products, or providing craft supplies that become beautiful decorations for our residents to enjoy.
Donating is easy:
We are a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization: your donations are tax deductible.
AZ Tax Credit
Covenant House is a Qualifying Charitable Organization (QCO) listed under Tucson’s Covenant with Elderly, Inc.
Our QCO Code is 20123.
The State of Arizona allows taxpayers to make charitable contributions to Covenant House and receive dollar-for-dollar reductions in their Arizona State tax liabilities.
The maximum credit allowed is $800 for married couples filing jointly and $400 for those who are single or married and filing separately.
For more information, consult your professional tax preparer.
Volunteers are our heroes.
You make it possible for us to provide our residents with a wide array of programs that enrich and expand their lives.
Volunteering can vary from a one-time service to on-going weekly contributions. Volunteers can help teach computer skills, run an arts and crafts class or run Bingo or other games.
For more information, click here to get in touch with us.