Is a non-profit organization founded in 2007 by Founder, Theresa Gloria-Palma, a mother with 23 years of outreach experiences, providing support to families of children with special needs seeking emotional support and a community which offers resources information and awareness to those caring for a loved one with specials needs. LETI provides help to all, to both the English and Spanish speaking community. LETI’s goal is to create and bring awareness to those in need of supports, reach out to more families and new parents, and become a resource in the community.
Twenty-three years ago, my life changed significantly, It was February 25, 1998, my baby was born, she was cute chunky and precious daughter, we named her Leticia. So exciting, we were ready! The nursery was set up, diapers and wipes, little pink dresses and pretty bows for her hair. (heartburn gave it away, she had lots of hair LOL) I have walked the path you are taking, I understand the journey you are on. It’s full of joy and concerns. Because families were seeking a place to come for support and understanding, LETI FOUNDATION was founded on the need and love for helping families with a loved ones with special needs. We are here for you. Call us to chat, let’s meet up. It will be a delight to meet you and your family. God Bless.
LETI Foundation (LETI) will address an unmet need in the community in the area of multi cultural families of children with disabilities through mentorship, educational knowledge, empowerment and awareness of available resources and services in the community and social events for family interaction. All supports programs will be offered in a form of workshops, support groups and family gatherings. No membership fee is required.
Please call us at 480-567-6148 for more info.
Hace vente años, mi vida cambió significativamente, fue el 25 de febrero de 1998, mi niña nació, ella era muy linda y preciosa, la llamamos Leticia. Tan emocionante, estábamos listos, la guardería, pañales y toallitas, pequeños vestidos rosas y bonitos lazos para su cabello. (ardor de la cabeza se lo dio, ella tenía un montón de pelo, ja, ja!) He caminado por el camino que estás tomando, entiendo el viaje en el que estás. Está lleno de alegría y preocupaciones. LETI FOUNDATION, estamos aquí para ti. Llámenos para charlar, vamos a vernos. Será un placer conocerte a ti y a tu familia.
LETI FOUNDATION is actively seeking donations, sponsors, donors, and service providing partners who would like to see a Resource Center available for all families, who care for a loved one with special needs. LETI’s mission is to bring awareness and enhanced information and knowledge. We believe it is vital to aspire today’s families with emotional and mental support, help them become self advocate for their loved one and to prepare a path and a resource outlet for future families as well. We humbly and respectfully together, can create a positive environment with the support of our friends in the community, business and corporations partners.LETI FOUNDATION IS A 501(3)(C) Non-Profit Organization. When you donate to our organization, we offer a letter of recipient for your contribution/donation. Ask your CPA/Tax account who can direct you in ensuring you receive a tax write off for your donation to our organization.
VISIT OUR DONATIONS PAGE FOR AZ TAX CREDIT IFNORMATION, AS WELL AS THE IRS INFORMATION. CASH DONATIONS ARE TAX CREDIT WRITE OFF’S LIMITITATIONS VARY. THERE ARE MULTIPLE WAYS A SINGLE OR MARRIED COUPLE CAN GET TAX CREDIT REDUCTION DOLLAR FOR DOLLAR WITH LIMITS. BUSINESSES/BUSINESS OWNERS CAN ALSO DONATE MULTIPLE WAYS: 1) COMPANY DONATES FUNDS TO THE NON-PROFIT. 2) EMPLOYEE PAYROLL CAN UTILIZING THE ARIZONA CHARITABLE TAX CREDIT THROUGH PAYROLL WITHHOLDING.
The Arizona Charitable Tax Credit is a set of two nonrefundable individual income tax credits for charitable contributions to Qualifying Charitable Organizations (QCOs) and Qualifying Foster Care Charitable Organizations (QFCOs). The maximum allowable credit for contributions to QCOs is $800 for married filing jointly filers or $400 for single, married filing separately, and heads of household filers. The maximum credit for contributions to QFCOs is $1,000 for married filing jointly or $500 for single, married filing separately, and heads of household filers.
These tax credits provide dollar-for-dollar tax benefits, allowing taxpayers to reduce their state tax liabilities for each dollar donated to charities, up to the maximum allowable limits.
You may be able to claim a deduction on your federal taxes if you donated to a 501(c)3 organization. To deduct donations, you must file a Schedule A with your tax form. With proper documentation, you can claim vehicle or cash donations. Or, if you want to deduct a non-cash donation, you’ll also have to fill out Form 8283.
The amount of money that you can deduct on your taxes may not be equal to the total amount of your donations.
- If you donate non-cash items, you can claim the fair market value of the items on your taxes.
- If you donated a vehicle, your deduction depends on if the organization keeps the car or sells it at an auction. “A Donor’s Guide to Vehicle Donation (PDF, Download Adobe Reader)” explains how your deduction is determined.
- If you received a gift or ticket to an event, you can only deduct the amount that exceeds the value of the gift or ticket.
Note: Limits on cash and non-cash charitable donations have increased or been suspended. Learn more about charitable deductions in 2020.
If you make a qualified cash contribution for tax year 2020, your deduction for the cash contribution is limited to 100% of your adjusted gross income (AGI) minus your deduction for all other contributions. A qualified cash contribution must meet the following criteria.
- It is a charitable contribution paid in cash or by check after December 31, 2019.
- It is paid to an organization described earlier under First category of qualified organizations (50% limit organizations) (other than certain private foundations described in section 509(a)(3)).
- The taxpayer elected to have this limitation apply to such contribution.
Qualified contributions don’t include a contribution to a segregated fund or account for which you (or any person you appoint or designate) have or expect to have advisory privileges with respect to distributions or investments based on your contribution.
You can carry over any qualified contributions you aren’t able to deduct in 2020 because of this limit.