There are a number of ways that you can support and donate to Superstition Community Food Bank

With each $1 donation to our General Fund, our buying power gets us $5 worth of food. A $17 donation feeds a family of two for five days. Thanks to the assistance of more than 150 volunteers and a myriad of donations, we maintain administrative costs below 8% of our annual budget. This means 92 cents of every dollar donated makes its way into the grocery carts given to our eligible families!

$20 Birthday Club

“Take & Bake” supplies, so our clients and their children always have a cake on their birthdays

Donate Water Today!

Gather friends, family, neighbors and co-workers and together sponsor a pallet of water for $400. Call to order or donate online today!

Join The $5 High Five Club

Join the $5 High Five Club by making a monthly donation commitment (MUST select “monthly” frequency)

Calling All Volunteers

We need adult volunteers for our client roster now more than ever. We welcome volunteers willing to give as little as one shift a month to one a week

3 Secure Ways to Donate

Donate Online

Donate using our online donation form.

You may choose a designated fund to donate to.

Donate in Person

You may bring money to our offices at:

Superstition Community Food Bank

575 N. Idaho Road, Suite #701,
Apache Junction, AZ 85119

Donation Hours

Mon, Tues, Thurs and Friday
8:30 AM to 4:00 PM

(Closed Wednesday, and all state and federal holidays)

Donate by Mail

If you are donating by check, please make a note of the designated fund on the memo line of your check. **All donations not designated will go to the General Fund.


Mail donations to:

Superstition Community Food Bank

575 N. Idaho Road, Suite #701,
Apache Junction, AZ 85119

The Gerald Hundt Endowment Fund

Our new endowment fund is named in honor of Gerald Hundt and his wife, Susan. As a family, they have been committed to the Superstition Community Food Bank mission for years.

Gerald has been the passionate advocate in initiating this endowment fund. “I want to see that the food bank always has funding for the special needs and challenges that all non-profits face,” he said. “A gift to this fund is a great way to invest in the future of the food bank and strengthen its financial stability for generations to come.”

Donations can be made to the Endowment Fund in person, mailed to our address, or made online through our website. Indicate “Endowment” when prompted online, or on the memo line of your check. Other options for donation can be made through long-term planning such as wills, a life insurance policy or by setting up a trust. Please consult your attorney for the right option for you.

If you wish to discuss your donation to the Endowment Fund, please contact us.

Reduce Your State Taxes

For the past two decades, residents of Arizona have been empowered to direct funds to their favorite qualifying nonprofit and reduce their taxes owed dollar-for- dollar or increase their refunds.

Arizona is one of only a few states that lets the resident taxpayer decide which local problem such as hunger, disaster relief, poverty and other human need they wish to help solve. It is easy to see why, by 2016, 130,000 Arizona taxpayers used to program to give over $52 million to more than 800 state charitable causes.

You do not have to itemize on your federal or state returns to give. This is completely different from the charitable tax deductions that most taxpayers are familiar with at the federal level. This is simple and quick to do.

When you file your state taxes, complete AZ Form 321. Single-filers can donate up to $421 and joint filers can contribute up to $841 to either reduce your taxes owed or increase your refund. You can donate to the Apache Junction Food Bank Reach Out, Inc. dba Superstition Community Food Bank online for your receipt or choose our nonprofit on the Arizona Department of Revenue site when you file.

Credit for Contributions to Qualifying Charitable Organizations

This individual income tax credit is available for contributions to Qualifying Charitable Organizations that provide immediate basic needs to residents of Arizona who receive temporary assistance for needy families (TANF) benefits, are low-income residents of Arizona, or are individuals who have a chronic illness or physical disability. The tax credit is claimed on Form 321.

The maximum QCO credit donation amount for 2023:
$421 single, married filing separate or head of household; $841 married filing joint.

The maximum QCO credit donation amount for 2024:
$470 single, married filing separate or head of household; $938 married filing joint.

Please Note: Arizona law allows QCO donations made during 2023 or donations made from January 1, 2024 through April 15, 2024 to be claimed on the 2023 Arizona income tax return.  The maximum credit that can be claimed on the 2023 Arizona return for donations made to QCO’s is $421 for single, married filing separate or head of household taxpayers, and $841 for married filing joint taxpayers.  If a taxpayer makes a QCO donation from January 1, 2024 through April 15, 2024 and wants to claim the higher 2024 maximum credit amount,  the taxpayer will need to claim the credit on the 2024 Arizona return filed in 2025.

For more information about how Arizona lets you claim the full tax credit to Qualifying Charitable Organizations (QCOs), click here.


Apache Junction Reach Out Inc. is a 501(c)(3) Qualified Charitable Organization (EIN 86-0454767 and AZ QCO# 20221). 

The Superstition Community Food Bank has not provided any goods or services to the contributor in consideration, either in whole or in part, for the donation.