Scholarship for Kaytlyn!

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Dear family and friends!

I hope this letter finds you well.  looking back at 2019 and all its blessings I would love to share a few highlights with you.

After months of researching and visiting many different high schools in the valley, my mother and I decided to apply to a couple of private schools that offer law studies in their curriculum that could help me get closer to my career dream of becoming a Criminal Justice Lawyer. I am accepted to attend Xavier College Preparatory for high school in 2020.


We found out Arizona offers a great opportunity to its taxpayers to allocate a portion of their tax liabilities towards education without any out-of-pocket cost to them. It is a wonderful law that allows taxpayers to decide how their tax dollars are spent.  This was great news!  I am so excited to know there is a way to help me attend a school that best prepares me for my future.


This is a dollar-for-dollar tax credit that directly reduces your Arizona tax liabilities.  My mother (Karina) allocated her taxes to help another student since the law won’t allow her to redirect it towards her own child (me, Kaytlyn).


*The Arizona 2020 Tax Credit Maximums is $2,365 if married filing jointly/ & $1,183 if filing single, or your actual tax liability, whichever is less.  You can contribute online here through April 15, 2021, or print and fill out the form here and mail it in with a check. STO4KIDZ will email you a receipt for your taxes.


Please watch the short video below and contact STO4KIDZ with any questions at or 602-698-8855.

Thank you so much.

Warmest regards,

Kaytlyn Cooper & Karina Fox


Give the gift of private education.

Provide a K-12 student with a scholarship via the Arizona tax credit program. Donors get immediate tax savings and experience no out-of-pocket costs.

No out-of-pocket cost to taxpayers

Full tax credit offset

A minimum of 90% of donations get applied to scholarships every month

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Tax incentives for everyone.


2021 Tax Year

Filing Jointly


Filing Single


2022 Tax Year

Filing Jointly


Filing Single


maximum tax credit allowed or your actual tax liabilities


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allocate up to 100% of your corporate state income tax liabilities

Contributions are accepted year-round. Discover your tax credit options and donate today.

An all-in-one application for qualifying students.

One single application submits your student to be considered for all 4 types of scholarship awards we offer.

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How can you contribute?

At STO4KIDZ, we believe that every student should have the opportunity to enroll and/or stay in the private school of their choice. Discover how to assist us in our mission by watching the informational videos below.




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We’re here to help.

Browse our most frequently asked questions.

STO4KIDZ accepts contributions throughout the year. Contributions must be made prior to filing your taxes but no later than April 15.

You can contribute up to the combined maximum of the Original ARS 43-1089 and the Switcher ARS 43-1089.03, or your Arizona tax liability, whichever is less, and receive a dollar-for-dollar Arizona state tax credit. If you have no liability, you cannot receive a dollar-for-dollar tax credit.

You must first contribute the maximum to the Original tuition tax credit program, in order to contribute the additional amount.


When you are filing your taxes, you can claim the tax credit by using the Arizona forms 301 and 323 along with state income tax forms. However, if you contribute to the Switcher program, you also need to file a 348 form. Also, use AZ Schedule A to claim the federal deduction. All these forms and more can be found at

2020 Arizona Tax Forms: Instruction

Form 301 (Tax Credit Summary) PDF

Form 323 (Original Tax Credit) PDF

Form 348 (Switcher/Overflow Tax Credit) PDF

Schedule A (Claiming Federal Deduction) PDF