I want to remind our donors that it’s not too late to offset your 2021 personal income tax obligation to the State of Arizona by making a tax credit donation to our Qualifying Charitable Organization.  Our QCO code is 20698.  Donations made by April 15 can be used to offset 2021 or 2022 tax obligations – but not both.
While tax credit donations are our most common donation, since we are a 501(c)(3), we would love to see growth in the donations we receive from commercial and private charitable funds and foundations, family trusts, etc.  
Our fiscal year begins July 1.  At the end of February, we were 65% of the way through this accounting year, but we had already funded 82% of what we funded last year in vocational education grants.  Ninety percent of our grants have benefitted students planning to enter medical-related vocations.  
Unfortunately, we are not seeing similar growth in revenue.  We see huge potential for growth in this area.  We are an organization that was started over 30 years ago by Rotarians.  We are still managed by Rotary volunteers, keeping our operating costs low.  Tremendous growth potential remains for our revenue, not only from Rotary Clubs and their members, but the world beyond Rotary is virtually untapped.  
To date, this fiscal year, the Mesa West Rotary Club is the top giving club in the state, with donations totaling $14,817.  Mesa West still has lots of room to grow – only 37% of their members have given so far this year.  
What can you do to help?
  • Show your pride in helping others help themselves – enthusiastically let your circle of influence know they too can help!   Make it easy for them to give – email or send them the link.
  • Consider making a regularly recurring donation by choosing that option on our online donation form
Why do we want to bring in a lot more income than we are currently receiving?
  • We need to increase our maximum available grant from the current limit of $2,000
  • We need to target our growth
    • We need to do a better job of serving rural communities in our state
    • We need to enable students to study in higher-cost programs that will give them better earning capacity when they complete their certification program
We are very thankful for the support you have provided in getting us to where we are today.  We hope you will help us become an even better resource in the future!
TRVFA President Jeanie Morgan
(928) 486 4328
l-r Dan Coons, Mesa West Rotary Club President, TRVFA Pres Jeanie Morgan, and Allan Cady, TRVFA Fundraising Chair


This Rotary Club has not had a fundraiser due to the COVID pandemic, however, the board felt it in their hearts to donate.  Thank you president Mike Kloehn!
TRVFA accepts all donations from clubs, individual Rotary members as well as those non-Rotarians and outside businesses that wish to donate.



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The Rotary Vocational Fund of Arizona (TRVFA) is a non-profit organization under IRS Code 501(c)(3) whose purpose is to assist those people who qualify under Arizona law to obtain financial assistance to further their vocational studies. TRVFA is an organization that meets Arizona’s Credit For Contributions To A Qualifying Charitable Organization requirements.  Our QCO Code is 20698.
Candidates who meet the eligibility requirements are identified and recommended to TRVFA by financial aid counselors in vocational education institutions, and/or Rotarians and their clubs.
Mailing Address:   TRVFA, P O Box 14412, Scottsdale, AZ 85267
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Arizona Tax Credit - TRVFA is an organization which meets Arizona's Credit for Contribution to a Qualifying Charitable Organization requirements.  Our QCO Code is 20698.  They may also be deductible as a charitable contribution for federal income tax purposes to the extent allowed by law. A federal tax deduction for a contribution must be reduced by the amount of a state or local tax credit received, or expected to be received, in return. Please consult your tax advisor to determine the tax benefits of your donation
Tax Status TRVFA is a 501 (c)(3) recognized non-profit organization as determined by the IRS - Federal Tax ID #86-0632646. Donations to TRVFA are tax deductible to the extent permitted by law.