Do you want an easy, public platform to ask friends and family to donate for the private school tax credit credit? The average American spends 3 hours per day on social media. What better way to reach the 75% of Arizonans who do not participate in the private school tax credit program than through your thousands of Facebook friends and… Read more
Step 1: EDUCATE YOURSELF ON THE TAX-CREDIT PROGRAM. First, understand the difference between the two individual giving programs: Original & Overflow/PLUS Donors can give to both for the same dollar-for-dollar tax credit (if they have the tax liability). All students can receive Original scholarships. Students can receive Overflow/Plus Scholarships if: Switching from public school In… Read more
“My daughter is dyslexic and has struggled academically in the classroom since kindergarten. When her challenges began, we wanted to send her to a school where she could get the extra time and support she needed. However, we knew we could never afford a private school, and we thought working with the public school and… Read more
After you’ve asked your friends and family to donate to APESF, you may wonder what you should do to follow-up. APESF does not provide a list of donors that have recommended a student to families for privacy purposes, but we want to help you say “Thank You” nonetheless. We think that after the December (12/31)… Read more
A school tuition organization cannot award, restrict or reserve scholarships
solely on the basis of a donor's recommendation. A taxpayer may not claim a
tax credit if the taxpayer agrees to swap donations with another taxpayer to
benefit either taxpayer's own dependent.