Prescott Sunrise Lions

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Prescott Sunrise Lions

The Arizona Department of Revenue allows an income tax credit up to $400.00 for individuals or $800.00 for married couples filing jointly for contributions to 501(c)3 organizations supporting the Working Poor. The Charitable Organization Tax Credit may be taken in addition to tax credits for school districts or a charter school.

To Donate, click on any of the organizations below and fill out the form. Donating to multiple agencies will require filling out the form for each organization.

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Prescott Sunrise Lions Foundation – Greatest Need

Your donation will go to wherever the need is greatest, such as:

Purchase examinations and glasses for young people in the Greater Prescott area each year who can’t afford them.

Acquiring eyes for cornea transplants and paying for such operations.

Working closely with the Prescott school nurses in helping students with vision, hearing, and dental problems.

Holding the Scholarship Banquet for outstanding Prescott High School students each Spring.

Presenting three vocational scholarships each year.

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Donation Total: $400.00


Del E. Webb Family Enrichment Center

The Del E. Webb Family Enrichment Center (FEC) provides high quality child care for children ages 3 months through 5 years of age, preparing them for success in school, and in life. Your donation will help fund scholarships for low-income families and will make a difference in the life of a child.

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Donation Total: $400.00

Yavapai Exceptional Industries

Founded in 1974 ago in the “Kelly Building” on the corner Willis and Granite streets in Prescott, YEI! opened its doors with only 12 employees. Since then, YEI! has been providing job training, employment, volunteer placements, and support services for developmentally disabled adult residents within the Central Highlands. And, that is only the beginning!

Our staff of 45 full and part-time exceptional people assist over 150 individuals daily at three training and employment facilities. YEI! continues to be known as a place where people with disabilities can find gainful employment and a sense of personal pride. Contact us to discuss the role YEI! could play in helping your business, ensuring a future for your challenged adult child, or remembering YEI! as part of your legacy.

We are proud to be recognized as a highly respected resource, garnering awards year after year for creating challenging work environments, as well as creating opportunities for our people to contribute to the community through volunteer services “Community Volunteer Corps.”

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Donation Total: $400.00

Agape House of Prescott

We are Agape House of Prescott. We are a faith-based, 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization, dedicated to helping homeless families. Transitional housing for families is paramount to families staying together, getting back on their feet and moving forward again. We will help these families by providing private family units, counseling, career coaching, life–skills training and referral services. We will endeavor to instill success and confidence while keeping the family unit intact.

We provide families with safe temporary housing while emphasizing accountability and action on the part of the residence. An independent functioning household is our goal. Dignity and self-respect are our aspirations. In short, we provide hope to families.

Our model is built around mentorship
We create network
We bring in experts to teach the real building blocks
We cultivate a creative collaboration

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Donation Total: $400.00

Prescott Area Shelter Services

Prescott Area Shelter Services (PASS) provides temporary, emergency shelter to women and women with children in a 19 bed dormitory setting.

The shelter includes a community room, kitchen, two bathrooms and a conference room equipped with computers.

Shelter Guests may stay up to 90-Days with the opportunity to extend their stay if certain criteria are met. While at PASS, guests receive case management services and referral to valuable community resources. PASS is a Housing First program with over 90% of our guests transitioning into permanent housing!

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Donation Total: $400.00

Canine Companions for Independence

Founded in 1975, Canine Companions for Independence® is a non-profit organization that enhances the lives of people with disabilities by providing highly trained assistance dogs and ongoing support to ensure quality partnerships.

The assistance dogs we breed, raise and train aren’t just the ears, hands and legs of their human partners. They’re also goodwill ambassadors and often, their best friends. They open up new opportunities and new possibilities, and spread incredible joy. We unite people with dogs in a powerful program that leads to greater independence and confidence.

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Donation Total: $400.00

Lions Camp Tatiyee

Lions Camp Tatiyee is the only organization in Arizona that provides individuals with special needs the opportunity to spend a week away from home in the White Mountains, enjoying activities and meeting new friends, all free-of-charge.

Lions Camp Tatiyee provides this unique experience to special needs campers in Arizona to empower them to grow socially, physically and emotionally by trying new activities and challenging personal limits.

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Donation Total: $400.00

Yavapai County School Nurse Needs

General Health services provide height, weight, hypertension and scoliosis screenings, puberty education, dental and general health screenings. We verify immunization records and compliance reporting. We are also VFC immunization providers and administer vaccines in the school setting. Our staff offers hearing and vision compliance reporting and screenings. Nursing Support Services provide best practices, professional development and filling in health needs gaps when necessary.

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Donation Total: $400.00

Fair Start Backpack Program for Kids (CCJ)

Fair Start provides school supplies and backpacks to low-income students to give them the tools they need for success in school. Look for this event that last week of July.

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Donation Total: $400.00

Boys to Men

Boys to Men is a nonprofit, non-sectarian program that guides boys aged 13 – 17 through their crucial teen years toward a healthy manhood.

We provide weekend Rites of Passage, bi-monthly mentoring activities and wilderness outings.

Our program gives boys a chance to make a conscious choice about the kind of man he wants to become. We support that choice with healthy male role models and group mentoring.

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Donation Total: $400.00

Yavapai College Vocational Scholarships

Scholarships for Yavapai College students that are seeking careers in technical trades and vocations.

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Donation Total: $400.00

Yavapai Family Advocacy Center

The mission of the Yavapai Family Advocacy Center is to reduce trauma to victims of abuse by providing a safe and supportive environment and facilitating a team approach to advocacy, investigation, and prosecution.

At the Yavapai Family Advocacy Center, victims have the opportunity to obtain a variety of crisis services in one location, with all agencies working together to stop the hurt and start the healing process. Victims are brought to the Center by Law Enforcement or Department of Child Safety. Forensic interviews and medical examinations are conducted to further the investigation and specially trained victim advocates are available to address the victim’s immediate needs and provide emotional support.

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Donation Total: $400.00

Yavapai CASA for Kids

The mission of Yavapai CASA for Kids Foundation is to serve the unmet needs of abused, neglected, and abandoned children who are in the care of the Yavapai County – Prescott Court, and youth who are enrolled in the Department of Child Safety Voluntary Foster Care Program. In addition, we support the work of the CASA (Court Appointed Special Advocate) program and the CASA volunteers.

We have the commitment to serve the neglected and abused children in Yavapai County with respect for everyone involved in their cases.

We have the integrity to operate with the highest standards of quality, effectiveness, confidentiality and accountability to the children we serve, CASA volunteers, donors and partners.

We have the passion to persevere and succeed in the CASA mission to help each child thrive in a safe, permanent and nurturing home.

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Donation Total: $400.00

Hungry Kids Project

The Hungry Kids Project (HK) provides weekend food within four adjoining school districts: Prescott Unified School District (PUSD), Humboldt Unified School District (HUSD), Chino Valley Unified School District (CVUSD), and Mayer Unified School District (MUSD).

School personnel identify the children who have little or no weekend food available to them. Volunteers pack and deliver food packs to the schools where staff distribute them to the identified children. Contributions are used totally to purchase food for packs. Since pediatricians agree that hunger and malnutrition have a negative effect upon learning and brain development, the goal is to insure each child can return to school on Mondays ready to learn.

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Donation Total: $400.00

Yavapai Food Bank

At Yavapai County Food Bank we have always been about people helping people, making a difference, and bringing the gift of hope to those less fortunate.

We are a non-government funded 501(c)3 non-sectarian charitable organization.

We provide food through our on-site pantry and other food service agencies through out Yavapai County allowing us to reach more families in need.

We provide a “Back-to-School” program which includes backpacks, notebooks, paper, pencils and much more. We provide help for low income families in Yavapai County with their school supplies, which many can not afford and get food as well.

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Donation Total: $400.00

Leader Dogs for the Blind

At Leader Dogs for the Blind we believe that everyone deserves a life of independence and mobility. All of our services are provided free of charge to our clients, including travel in the U.S. and Canada, room and board, equipment and training. This means that no one is excluded from living their most fulfilling life due to lack of funds.

We are 100% philanthropically funded by individual donors, Lions clubs, corporate partners and foundations. Simply put, we could not provide over one million days of independence each year without the immense generosity of our supporters.

Our programs are designed to provide our clients with the tools and training to reintroduce them to a life of confidence, safety and independence. Through our full-range of services—Guide Dog Training, Accelerated Orientation & Mobility Training and Summer Experience Camp—we meet the mobility needs of our clients at every stage of their lives.

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Donation Total: $400.00

People Who Care

Volunteers help adults physically unable to drive continue living in their homes by providing essential transportation and other non-medical assistance.

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Donation Total: $400.00

YMCA Scholarships for Kids

The James Family Prescott YMCA is a non-profit charitable organization that was founded locally in 1914. It is an association of persons of all ages who are united in a common effort to put Christian principles into practice through programs that build healthy spirit, mind and body for all.

A community volunteer Board of Directors sets policy, gives ideas and oversees the financial decisions that govern the YMCA. The YMCA is supported by memberships, program fees and public and private contributions. As a membership organization, the YMCA is open to everyone regardless of their ability to pay. An extensive scholarship program ensures access to kids and families who could not otherwise afford the benefits of the YMCA.

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Donation Total: $400.00

School Mini Grants

All teachers and schools can use some financial help. YCEF offers an opportunity for both schools and teachers to qualify for funding of projects in the classroom as individual educators, or in partnership with their schools and/or districts.

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Donation Total: $400.00

Gardner Family Teacher Scholarship (an Educational Endowment)

All teachers and schools can use some financial help. YCEF offers an opportunity for both schools and teachers to qualify for funding of projects in the classroom as individual educators, or in partnership with their schools and/or districts.

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Donation Total: $400.00

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