Diaper Bag – News from the Family First Pregnancy Care Center

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We are so thankful here at Family First for the support of our community. Our recent Chuck Wagon Roundup was a great success. Thank you to all who attended and supported us!

Throughout the month of November we will be collecting non-perishable foods for the Tri-City Food Bank at our office 1575 W. American Ave. Please join us by bringing in canned and packaged food. All donations will be much appreciated and tax deductible.

Reduce your tax liability and support Family First, we qualify for Arizona Charitable Organization Tax Credit $200 for individuals, $400 for a married couple filing jointly. Your tax dollars stay here in your community working for you. Your gift must be received by Dec. 31 to qualify.

For information on the above, or any of our ongoing programs, call us at 520-896-9545. We are located at 1575 W. American Ave. You can also check us out at www.familyfirstpcc.org.

Courtney (308 Posts)


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