Ways to Give

Foundation for Blind Children would not be able to provide the services we do without the generous support of our donors.
We appreciate and encourage any size gift, from $1 to $1 Million.

The Foundation for Blind Children is a non-profit, tax-exempt charitable organization under Section 501(c)(3) of the Internal Revenue Code.
Donations are tax-deductible as allowed by law.

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Other Ways To Give

Tax Credit

Because of the special services the Foundation for Blind Children provides to the community, the State of Arizona has provided state tax credits that benefit the FBC directly.

General Donation

The simplest and most direct type of charitable gift. Your donation can be sent securely online or mailed to our central office location. Click below for more information. 

United Way Contribution

You may also designate your United Way donation to the Foundation for Blind Children by specifying our organization code is 1433.

Vehicle Donation

The Foundation also accepts vehicle donations through CARS, a 501(c)(3) Nonprofit, which may qualify you for a tax deduction. Learn more about CARS or begin the donation process.

Board of Visitors
Care Card

Purchase a Care Card to shop with a discount at 100’s of stores while proceeds benefit Foundation for Blind Children.

Estate Plans

You can designate Foundation for Blind Children as a beneficiary in your estate plans through your trust or will document. You can direct FBC to receive a specific gift, a specified dollar amount or a residual amount of your estate. Gifts under wills enable individuals to make significant gifts that they may not have been able to make during their lifetime. 

Contact Sara Phillips for more info. 
Phone: 602-337-8259

In-Kind Donation

The needs at FBC vary widely from program to program. Occasionally gifts of personal property, office equipment, even works of art can be extremely beneficial to the foundation. The tax deduction depends on the standard of
‘related use’.

Contact Sara Phillips for more info. 
Phone: 602-337-8259

Securities and Real Estate

Such gifts generate a double tax benefit. In addition to receiving an income tax deduction for the full, fair market value of the property, the donor escapes any potential tax on the capital-gain element in the gifted property. The proceeds of the gift can be designated as an outright cash gift.

Contact Sara Phillips for more info. 
Phone: 602-337-8259

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For more information please contact:

ANDREA QUEN | Director of DevelopmenT
P: 602-337-8260 | E: AQUEN@seeitourway.org