Providing low-income families with the opportunity to choose a Christian education for their children since 1998.

  1. During 2015-2016, Christian Scholarship Fund of Arizona (CSFA) awarded over $200,000 in scholarships to needy students and this is all thanks to you, our generous donors.

    How would you like to contribute to a needy family and get it all back in tax savings? Seems too good to be true, but it is. Donations made before December 31st allows for a possible federal and state tax credit in that year. Those made after the 31st and up to April 15 allows for a possible state ONLY credit.

    If you’d like to donate, please visit our donation page to learn more about the tax benefits and next steps. If you are a parent interested in applying for a scholarship, or a school interested in partnering with CSFA, please visit our scholarship page for eligibility requirements and forms.

  1. Be a CSFA Kid’s hero with a one-time or monthly donation.

  1. Cheers to CSFA

    My daughter, Ginelle, was only able to attend First Southern Christian School because of your scholarship. Thankfully, because of CSFA, Ginelle can attend the same school as her two older sisters and learn about God, church, and school, the way it should be. I am beyond grateful to Christian Scholarship Fund of Arizona. Your generosity has enabled my family to continue its legacy to send my daughter to a great Christian school. I can only pray that, one day, I can give back what I have received, and help a family who is in desperate need like we were. Thank you again, CSFA.


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    Scholarships are awarded at the discretion of the Christian Scholarship Fund of Arizona. Scholarships will be awarded without regard to the student’s race, color, sex, handicap, familial status or national origin. Admission decisions are the exclusive responsibility of the school. At least 90% of all funds received will be used for scholarships. Donations are pursuant to A.R.S. Section 43-1089. A school tuition organization cannot award, restrict or reserve scholarships solely based on donor’s recommendations taxpayer may not claim a tax credit if the taxpayer agrees to swap donations with another taxpayer to benefit either taxpayer’s own dependent.

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