Give Now

The Desert Mountain Community Foundation provides many creative and flexible options for donors to give.

Choose your own way to give

You may contribute to a fund associated with the Desert Mountain Community Foundation or establish a new fund of your own. You can give cash, appreciated stocks, real estate, retirement assets, business interests, or life insurance and/or life income gifts.

Because the Desert Mountain Community Foundation is affiliated with the Arizona Community Foundation, a 501(c)(3) charitable organization (Tax ID 86-0348306), all donations and gifts are tax-deductible, subject to individual limitations.

MAKE A SECURE ONLINE GIFT

Giving online

If you would like to contribute to the Desert Mountain Community Foundation using a credit card, choose the form below for the Community Fund, Scholarship Fund, Helping Hands Employee Hardship Fund, or Desperados Trail Scouts Fund and make your gift online.

Giving by check

If you prefer, you can mail your donation, made payable to Desert Mountain Community Foundation and with the name of the fund indicated in the memo line, to the following address:

Arizona Community Foundation
2201 E. Camelback Road, Suite 405B
Phoenix, Arizona, 85016

Corporate matching

If you are associated with a business that has a matching program for your gift to the Desert Mountain Community Foundation, submit your contribution along with the company’s appropriate form to:

Arizona Community Foundation
2201 E. Camelback Road, Suite 405B
Phoenix, Arizona, 85016

GIVE NOW: DMCF Scholarship Fund

GIVE NOW: DMCF Community Fund

GIVE NOW: Desert Mountain Desperados Trail Scouts Fund

GIVE NOW: Helping Hands Employee Hardship Fund

The Helping Hands Employee Hardship Fund's sole purpose is to help Desert Mountain employees and their legal dependents who face a significant, temporary financial hardship caused by a sudden, unexpected event beyond their control. Without your help, employees would be unable to provide basic needs for themselves or their families. Some might have to leave their jobs.