Corporate & Community Partnerships

Spreading Threads Clothing Bank is in search of corporate and community partnerships with local businesses in Tucson and the surrounding areas. By partnering with local businesses and other community organizations, Spreading Threads is hoping to extend its ability to support local youth in foster care as well as the families and agencies that assist them.

Here are some general tax guidelines for corporations, businesses, and other local organizations looking to partner with Spreading Threads Clothing Bank by either making a monetary or in-kind donation:

~C-Corporations (form 1120): Businesses in this tax category can deduct charitable contributions up to 10 percent of taxable income. There was an election for 2021 for the limit to go up to 25 percent of taxable income. Contributions over this limitation can be carried forward up to five years.

~S-Corporations (form 1120S): Partnerships and limited liability corporations (LLCs) pass through the charitable contributions to the owner/partner to report on their personal tax returns. These business entities do not pay income taxes, thus the taxable income flows through to the owners/partners for it to be reported on their personal tax returns.

~Individuals: Individual people can deduct qualified contributions as an itemized deduction up to 60 percent of their adjusted gross income (AGI). In 2021, the federal government allowed up to 100 percent of AGI. If an individual taxpayer does not itemize their deductions on Schedule A, they can take up to $300 for an individual and $600 on a joint return of charitable contributions in addition to their standard deduction.

~Regarding the AZ tax credit and Spreading Threads: Only individual contributions qualify for the credit on their individual AZ tax return. Businesses cannot take the credit or pass the credit through to the partners/owners. Credits are different from deductions. Credits are a dollar-for-dollar reduction of taxes while deductions simply reduce taxable income.

*For additional information about how much your corporation, business, or organization can write off as a tax deduction when it comes to donations made to Spreading Threads Clothing Bank, please check with your tax professional.

To learn more about becoming a corporate or community partner with Spreading Threads Clothing Bank, please contact us at (520) 971-3237 or contact us through our website here.

Spreading Threads Clothing Bank Partners

  • This Tucson-based giving circle makes it easy for people to make a positive impact in their own community.

    When you donate to a charity, you may wonder if it makes a difference. Our members meet once every three months for an hour to make a $100 donation to a local charity. When 100 people donate $100 at the same time, they raise $10,000 for a worthy cause, allowing us to make a greater impact.

    Being a member of 100+ Guys Who Give Tucson is simple. There is no volunteering, no telemarketing, no event planning, no silent auction donations to solicit, and there are just four meetings a year.

    The best part is that 100+ Guys Who Give Tucson is a local organization. There is amazing work being done by local nonprofits in the Tucson metropolitan area. You can make an immediate, positive impact in our community. One hundred percent of your donations go directly to a local charity making a positive impact on our community in Southern Arizona.

    Learn more about 100+ Guys Who Give Tucson or join at

  • The mission of 3form is to make a net-positive impact on people, the environment, and the world around it by providing office interiors that create beautiful, agile spaces. 3form is committed to developing materials with intentionality, using recycled materials, and gives clients the opportunity to help close the loop with its Take Back program.

    Get more information about 3form at

  • Andra was a young lady who died in 2010 of an undiagnosed heart condition. Andra’s friends and family started the Andra Heart Foundation to support community and public health projects in her honor and memory.

    Get more information about the Andra Heart Foundation at

  • Arizona Gives Day

    Arizona Gives Day is an annual giving movement that unites nonprofits, big and small, new and established, to celebrate and increase philanthropy in Arizona through online giving in a 24-hour period each year. The event helps raise awareness about the critical role Arizona nonprofits play in our communities and inspires people to give generously creating a thriving and stronger Arizona for all.

    The Arizona Gives program is run by AZ Impact for Good. The event was started in 2013 to connect people with causes they believe in and build a lasting, stronger spirit of philanthropy. Since its inception, Arizona Gives Day has raised more than $42 million for nonprofits statewide.

    Spreading Threads Clothing Bank is an AZ Gives Day approved nonprofit organization.

  • Working together with other organizations throughout Arizona, children in foster care have the opportunity to thrive by ensuring their basic needs are met. Arizona Helping Hands is the largest provider of essential necessities for children in foster care in the State of Arizona.

    Learn more about Arizona Helping Hands at

  • The Aviva Divas are a group of people who generously donate their time to volunteer at Aviva Children’s Services. This group of volunteers craft special gifts from bags to blankets to give to children living in foster care to make them feel loved and protected.

    Learn more about the Aviva Divas at

  • Community Foundation for Southern Arizona CFSA

    The Community Foundation for Southern Arizona connects donors to the causes they care about, serving as a vital link between philanthropy and the community’s needs.

    Learn more about CFSA at

  • Chirco Performance Automotive

    Chirco offers a complete selection of VW Bug parts for all classic years. Our comprehensive selection includes everything from quality German-made interior VW parts to external fittings and replacements.

    We take gratification in knowing that we are your ultimate resource for classic Volkswagen Parts, VW Bug parts and VW Baja Parts. That is why every order comes with a 100% satisfaction guarantee directly from our warehouse.

    Learn more at

  • The City of Tucson is leveraging $136.2 million in funds awarded through the American Rescue Plan Act to support the needs of the community hit hardest by COVID-19, those impacted by poverty, and those victimized by crime. Under the guidance of Mayor and Council, the City of Tucson has developed a strategic plan to distribute, track, and monitor ARPA funds over a period of four years to help Tucsonans.


  • The role of Connect Tucson is to leverage resources such as incentives, grants, webinars, and other programs to maintain and enhance Tucson’s economic health. To that end, the Connect Tucson team manages a number of economic development incentive programs for businesses and organizations in Tucson.

    See more about Connect Tucson at

  • A woman-owned, minority-owned small business based in Tucson, CORE is a full-service corporate procurement services provider and commercial furniture dealer working with clients worldwide. The professionals at CORE take pride in providing top-quality, affordable services and products in addition to giving back to the community through donations and volunteer efforts.

    See more about CORE at

  • Costco is a warehouse retail outlet where customers can purchase everything from groceries to automotive services and electronics to discounted travel opportunities. Costco is a corporation that gives back through its warehouse locations to local nonprofits in the community.

    Learn more about Costco Wholesale at

  • The employee-owned company was founded in 1985 to offer commercial real estate sales, leasing, and property management for office, medical, retail, industrial, and land and investment properties in Southern Arizona and Sonora, Mexico. Its clients benefit from the combined resources of local expertise and Cushman & Wakefield’s global services platform.

    Find out more at

  • desert-mariposa

    Desert Mariposa, The Boho West Boutique is a women’s apparel and handbag destination where the free spirit of the Bohemian aesthetic embraces the Southwestern flair of the Old Pueblo. Located in Tucson, AZ, Desert Mariposa is a female-owned and operated boutique founded by Scarlett Tompkins in March 2021.

  • The Deupree Family Foundation provides funding to all kinds of groups and organizations that it knows well in its communities. The foundation is particularly interested in education, social services, animal welfare, and the environment.

    Read more about the Dupree Family Foundation at

  • Fruchthendler Elementary School

    When only the best will do, we invite you to consider Fruchthendler Elementary School. We have created a safe, loving, learning environment where our students and staff thrive. Our highly qualified, certified teachers are experts in teaching children how to succeed.

  • Interact Flowing Wells High School

    Interact Club works with organizations around Tucson to make the community a better place through service projects and volunteer opportunities where they can make a difference. From cleaning up parks to delivering cards to the elderly to volunteering at the local pet shelter, this club is about helping others in as many different ways as possible.

    Get more information at or visit

  • A family foundation with more than 75 years of investing in the people, communities, and resources of Colorado. The Foundation has evolved from a corporate and community well-being initiative of the Gates Rubber Company, to a private family foundation that is Colorado proud and Colorado focused.

    See more about the Foundation now at

  • Get It Straight Orthodontics and Family Dentistry was founded on the belief that everyone deserves access to a team of caring and compassionate dental health professionals dedicated to personalized care. Under the leadership of Nitalya Williams, DDS, the practice has earned a reputation for excellence in the Tucson, Arizona, area.

    Learn more at

  • Girl Scouts come together to decide which of the thousands of Girl Scout activities to try in their own troop. Whether visiting an animal shelter, camping, hosting a dance-off, or filming a movie, the Girl Scouts teaches girls to take risks, trust their gut, and team up with others for good.

    Read more about the Girl Scouts at

  • Intel’s purpose is to create world-changing technology that improves the life of every person on the planet. The company’s values drive how decisions are made, how employees treat each other, and how customers are served along with a commitment to corporate responsibility and sustainability.

    See more about Intel at

  • Costco is a warehouse retail outlet where customers can purchase everything from groceries to automotive services and electronics to discounted travel opportunities. Costco is a corporation that gives back through its warehouse locations to local nonprofits in the community.

    Learn more about Kohl’s Marana at

  • Liberty Disposal Inc

    Liberty Disposal was founded in 1989 by the Brigance family with one truck, originally serving the Baltimore-Washington DC area.

    LDI is owned 100% by Matthew Brigance, a co-founder with his parents Karen and Dennis who are now retired. Matt is now mentoring the next generation to provide continuity for our customers and employees.

    The timeline to the left demonstrates our slow and steady growth which translates into great customer service through employee development because people are our business.

    We are putting the “FUN” back into the garbage business!

  • Masonic Charities of Arizona

    The Masonic Charities of Arizona is a charitable nonprofit organization. The purpose of the charity is primarily to assist those organizations throughout Arizona that are engaged in relieving human suffering of any kind which are dependent upon contributions from the public to accomplish their mission.

    One of the many ways that the Masonic Charities of Arizona supports other nonprofit, and charitable organizations is through grant funds. Throughout its history, grants from the Masonic Charities of Arizona have been provided to needy organizations in the various communities within the State of Arizona.

    Learn more about the Masonic Charities of Arizona now at

  • The Davis-Monthan Air Force Base is home to 11,000 airmen and the 355th Medical Group Mental Health Clinic. The clinic’s mission is to build human capital by supporting the human weapons system and ensuring optimal mental health for a fit and ready force while supporting the needs of the local community at large whenever possible.

    Learn more at

  • North Swan Baptist Church is a fellowship of believers in Jesus Christ united for the furtherance of the Kingdom of God through the sharing of the Gospel. The congregation’s one desire is to honor Him by fulfilling the work which is outlined in its purpose and mission statement.

    Get more information about North Swan Baptist Church at

  • When it comes to baked goods, the OMG Sweets Shop has you covered! As a ghost kitchen partnered with Doordash, Grubhub, and UberEats, the OMG Sweets Shop bakes cookies, cupcakes, and other delicious treats to order.

    Visit the OMG Sweets Shop at

  • OneAZ Credit Union

    OneAZ Credit Union is a member-owned financial institution serving over 161,000 members and over 10,000 businesses with 20 branch locations across Arizona. As a credit union with over $3.3 billion in assets, OneAZ is owned by its members, who benefit from better rates, lower fees for service and improved technology. Since 1951, OneAZ has strived to help Arizonans meet their financial needs through a full suite of personal and business banking solutions. OneAZ’s mission is to truly improve the lives of its members, its associates, and the communities it serves. To learn more, visit Insured by NCUA.

  • PEO International

    P.E.O. International was founded January 21, 1869, by seven students at Iowa Wesleyan College in Mount Pleasant, Iowa. The founders were bound to one another by their enthusiasm for opportunities for women. Through its membership, the P.E.O. sisterhood has brought together more than half a million women throughout the U.S. and Canada that are passionate about helping women advance through educational opportunities.

    Friendship is at the cornerstone of this philanthropic organization that motivates and celebrates the advancement of women. P.E.O. International helps educate women through scholarships, grants, awards, loans, and stewardship of Cottey College. Ultimately, the P.E.O. is making a difference in the lives of women every day through its work.

  • Provides office furniture and parts as well as full office services. The company’s services range from full design to reconstruction.

    Read more about Phoenician Concepts & Installations at

  • The RDO Equipment Company was founded by a man who spend hours in the field, worked the land, and managed a fleer of equipment. While the company’s expertise is in construction, environmental, forestry, irrigation, roadbuilding, and more, they also are committed to community partnerships.

    See more about R.D. Offutt Company l RDO Equipment Co. at

  • From kitchens to bathrooms to outdoor areas and more, Red’s Remodeling & Handyman service is ready to take on any project in and around your home. Red’s backs every job with a done right guarantee to give Tucson homeowners peace of mind when it comes to their home improvement needs.

    See more about Red’s Remodeling & Handyman, LLC, at

  • St Peter Paul

    Saints Peter & Paul Roman Catholic Parish, located in Tucson, Arizona. We serve Central Tucson and the Tucson Diocese. Founded in 1930, Saints Peter & Paul Parish is a Catholic community of approximately 2275 registered families.

    Saints Peter & Paul is an active, diverse and committed parish with religious and educational programs for all ages. We also have many programs in which we reach out in a variety of ways to those in need of assistance.

  • The Tucson Thunderbirds High School Girl’s Rugby Club offers fitness, community-building, friendship, volunteerism, travel, and scholarship opportunities for girls age 12 to 19 in the greater Tucson area. Through the sport of rugby, girls can learn that they are stronger than they ever believed they could be, make friendships for a lifetime, give back to the community, and open the door to college scholarships.

    Learn more about the Tucson Thunderbirds at

  • The Vail Vikings Youth Football team ensures every child with the desire to participate gets the opportunity to play football, without regard to prior experience or athletic ability. They instill the challenge of competition in their players, the joy of victory, the reality of defeat, and the importance of commitment and the spirit of community.


  • The mission of Wakefield Middle School is to promote inclusivity, diversity, and equity by empowering youth through authentic and challenging learning experiences. This includes incorporating culturally and personally relevant activities designed to engage students in problem solving, academic discourse, and critical analysis through a Project Based Learning (PBL) lens, including volunteerism.

    Read more about Wakefield Middle School at