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At Goodwill of Central Arizona, we provide a hand up, not a handout.

Dulce, a local student, faced challenges in achieving in her dream to become a veterinarian. She decided that nothing would prevent her from achieving success. With the support of Goodwill, Dulce overcame challenges and believes in her dream of becoming a veterinarian. Goodwill recently honored Dulce as Participant of the Year at our 2013 Evening of Goodwill. Learn more of Dulce's story in this video from the event.

Our no-cost job training, education and employment placement services give job seekers the skills, knowlege, and work experience they need to achieve meaningful employment and self-sufficiency.

Your tax credit donation will put people in your community to work.

Goodwill helped Dulce overcome challenges and believe in her dream of becoming a veterinarian. Click the video below to hear Dulce share her story.

Q: How do you utilize the Working Poor Tax Credit dollars?

A: At Goodwill of Central Arizona our mission is to Put People To Work! 100% of your tax credit dollars will go toward job training and placement programs that help people with disabilities and other barriers to employment prepare for and find work.

Q: How much can I give?

A: The amount you give is up to you, however the maximum tax credit you can receive is $400 for married couples filing jointly and $200 if filing single. Please contact your tax advisor for more information.

Q: Do I need to itemize?

A: No. Starting with the 2013 tax year, you do not need to itemize deductions to claim the tax credit.

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Goodwill Industries of Central Arizona, Inc. does not offer legal or tax advice. Always check with a qualified and licensed professional regarding all matters related to tax or legal issues. Please be advised that, based on current IRS rules and standards, the advice contained herein is not intended to be used, nor can it be used, for the avoidance of any tax penalty that the IRS should assess related to this matter. Additional issues may exist that could affect the federal tax treatment of the transaction on the matter that is the subject of this advice and this advice does not provide a conclusion with respect to such issues.