Charitable Tax Credit

Home / Donate / Charitable Tax Credit

Arizona Charitable Tax Credit

Save kids from online predators!

It costs about $5/student to deliver our Power Over Predators curriculum to middle school and high school students. Your Arizona tax credit donation can save up to 160 kids.

Married couples donating $800 can help 160 kids and individuals donating $400 can help 80 kids have the opportunity to live their lives free from exploitation.

Take advantage of this opportunity to redirect your Arizona tax dollars and protect kids in the process!

Please note: Sold No More should be listed as 4Freedom Inc/Sold No More (DBA) on tax returns and when searching for eligible organizations. Sold No More is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit corporation, tax ID: 46-1109838.  QCO Code 20135.

Q. What is the difference between a tax credit and a tax deduction?
A. A tax deduction may reduce your tax bill by a percentage of what you donated, depending upon your tax bracket and amount of deductions. A tax credit comes off the top of your state tax bill, lowering the amount of money that you must pay – dollar for dollar.

Q. Can I claim more than one tax credit? 
A. Yes! Taxpayers may utilize several tax credits each year:  Charitable, AZ Foster Care, Private & Public School

Q. Do I qualify?
A. You simply must file an Arizona tax return and have a tax liability.

Q. What happens if I don’t owe taxes at the end of the year?
A. This tax credit reduces your state tax liability and is not impacted by your tax withholdings during the year. If you withheld more than what you owed, the credit will increase your state tax refund. If you have no Arizona tax liability for the current year, you may carry the tax credit forward for up to five (5) years.

Q. How do I file for the credit?
A. There are two simple forms (AZ Form 301 & 321) that are included with materials provided to all state tax filers.  Sold No More should be identified as “4Freedom Inc/Sold No More (DBA).”

For more information on the Arizona Charitable Tax Credit, consult your tax adviser or the Arizona Department of Revenue at (602) 225-3381 or online at

Sold No More is not a tax adviser — consult with your tax adviser for expert advice.