Season of Giving: How Investing in Education Impacts Queen Creek Unified School District

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School tax credit donations play a crucial role in the Queen Creek Unified School District (QCUSD) by enhancing education and fostering community development. As the holiday season approaches, many contributions provide direct support and help benefit both our schools and community. There are many ways to get involved, whether it's donating your time, money, or resources.

Tax credit donations empower schools and teachers by enhancing educational programs, introducing new teaching methods, and enriching the learning experience. Contributions can also go directly towards capital items such as computers, furniture, school playgrounds, and shade structures. Those wishing to support a particular program can provide after-school clubs and school sports teams with the much-needed funding to compete at the highest level. Monetary donations can also be deducted from your taxable income which can save money when tax season rolls around.

Donations help foster pride and connection within Queen Creek and East Mesa communities. By donating, you are giving QCUSD the resources to build partnerships between schools and local businesses and develop mentorship programs and volunteer opportunities.

If you are unable to donate financially, there are many other ways to get involved! You can volunteer your time by tutoring students, chaperoning field trips, or helping with after-school activities. Even small acts of kindness can make a big difference in the lives of our students. Each donation, whether it is financial or time, helps create an engaged and supportive community.

From new library books to equipment to after-school volunteers, your contribution goes a long way to increasing academic achievement in QCUSD.

Making a tax credit donation during the season of giving is easy. Donations can be made in person, by mail, or online. Simply visit QCUSD’s Tax Credit Donation page to donate today.

Thank you for your continued support of our school.

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