BRAIN INJURY ALLIANCE OF ARIZONA
QCO CODE: 22360
DONATE UP TO $800 AZ TAX CREDIT
Your tax credit donation helps us provide free resources and programs for survivors of brain injury, their families, and caregivers.
Over 5.3 million people in the U.S. are living with a permanent brain injury-related disability.
Trauma is the leading cause of death and disability in children, more than all other diseases combined.
The Brain Injury Alliance is the only statewide nonprofit dedicated to encouraging the health of the brain.
Where will my donation go?
Your Support Makes a Difference!
Since 1983, the Brain Injury Alliance has been providing information, referrals, education, advocacy, and support.
Your kindness will go a long way, helping people from all walks of life with all types of brain injuries.
We touch the lives of 5,089 and 5,200 professionals each year through a wide range of programs:
- Brain Health Resource Center
- Butters Fund Pet & Service Animal Program
- Congressional Brain Injury Task Force
- Domestic Violence Liaison
- Neuro Info-Line 888-500-9165
- Living Well After Brain Injury Utility Fund
- Post-COVID Program
- State Opioid Response Initiative
- The Creative Brain Art Exhibit & #UnmaskingAZ
- Veterans Navigator
- Vulnerable Populations Support
All staff members are Certified Brain Injury or Peer Support Specialists, trained in trauma and suicide prevention.
How much can I give?
Because the Brain Injury Alliance is a Qualifying Charitable Organization, every donation can be applied to the Arizona Charitable Tax Credit.
The maximum is $800 married filing jointly/$400 single, married filing separately, heads of household filers.
What’s more, you can contribute until April 15, 2023 to get it all back in your 2022 Arizona Tax Refund.
For more information, visit the Arizona Department of Revenue, or check with a qualified tax advisor.
Brain Injury Alliance of Arizona
5025 E. Washington St, Ste 106
Phoenix, Arizona 85034
QCO CODE: 22360
1 (888) 500-9165
Fax (602) 508-8285
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BIAAZ is a chartered affiliate of the
United States Brain Injury Alliance.