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Against Abuse, Inc. History

Against Abuse, Inc. has provided social services in Pinal County, Arizona since 1981.  Against Abuse, Inc. is a private non-profit organization dedicated to helping individuals and the community to understand the nature and effects of family violence and the resources available to meet the needs of those abused.  In addition, the agency has taken a proactive role in providing a family focused, culturally sensitive continuum of prevention and intervention services to individuals and families in need of services.

AZ Gives Day 2017

Arizona nonprofits do much more than provide necessary services to our communities - they are an integral part of our state's economy. Annually, they have an economic impact of $22.4 billion, more than 8 percent of Arizona's gross state product. Arizona nonprofits also account for 325,000 jobs. Monetary donations are the most direct way to help a nonprofit make an impact: Donations allow nonprofits to allocate funds where they are most needed. Arizona Gives is focused on helping participating nonprofits raise funds that are critical to supporting their work. By donating you simultaneously invest in the future of Arizona and help nonprofits make an impact in your community.

To make a contribution to Against Abuse, Inc.  Click here to access AAI's AZ Gives Donation page.

Against Abuse, Inc. Tax Credit

Domestic violence is an issue that impacts communities across Arizona and touches the lives of countless individuals both directly and indirectly.  Against Abuse, Inc. is a community oriented organization that helps survivors escape violent situations and build lives free from domestic abuse and sexual assault.

With the passage of SB1216, the Arizona Tax Credit for Qualifying Charitable Organizations has been doubled!  Get up to $800* in dollar-for-dollar Arizona State Tax Credit when you donate to Against Abuse, Inc.! In addition, you no longer have to itemize to take the credit!

Taxpayers filing as “single” and “head of household” status may claim a maximum credit of $400. Taxpayers filing as “married filing separate” may claim a maximum credit of $400. Taxpayers that file as “married filing joint” may claim a maximum credit of $800.

Amounts lower than $400/$800 also qualify, so a $100 gift qualifies you for a $100 tax credit on your state taxes, lowering your final amount owed.

What was formerly known as the Working Poor Credit is now officially known as the credit for Donations made to Qualifying Charitable Organizations.  This change was made in 2013 to reflect the expansion of the credit to include foster care organizations.

Scroll down and visit the Donate section of this website to get your Tax Credit.


Click here to see a selection of other resources provided in Pinal County.

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Understanding Domestic Violence

Click on the link below to direct you to the Domesticshelters.org articles and resources to help better understand this on-going issue of Domestic Violence.


Distracted Driving Awareness

Against Abuse, Inc. recognizes that texting while driving increases the risk of a motor vehicle injury or fatality.  We want our employees, the public and businesses to be aware of the dangers while texting and driving.

Please visit the website links for more information and awareness:

http://www.att.com/gen/press-room?pid=23184 or http://www.textinganddrivingsafety.com/texting-and-driving-stats/