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I Love Trash Helps Provide Scholarships for Low-Income Children

I Love Trash’s contribution helped us provide scholarships for low-income children in the community so they could attend a local private school. Many low-income families would not have this choice without support from local businesses like I Love Trash. Thank you for helping provide #SchoolChoice in Yuma!

Pictured left to right: John Metha, I Love Trash; Rex Pope, STAY

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Hansberger Refrigeration & Electric Helps Low-Income Children

Thank you to Hansberger Refrigeration & Electric for helping local, low-income children with private school tuition! The 2020-2021 contribution provided scholarships for kids whose families wouldn’t otherwise have been able to choose private school. Thanks to local businesses like Hansberger, STAY is able to help provide  School Choice in Yuma!

Pictured left to right: Rex Pope, STAY Executive Director, Mark Hansberger, President of Hansberger Refrigeration & Electric; Jediah Schmidgall, General Manager of Hansberger Refrigeration & Electric; Caitlyn Pope, STAY Administrator

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Nabile Paredes Realty Helps Provide Local Low-Income Students with Choice!

Nabile Paredes Realty’s contribution to STAY for the 2020-2021 school year helped local, low-income children attend private schools. We are blessed to work with community-minded businesses who help give families School Choice, which they often could not afford without support. We think all kids, regardless of their family’s income, should be able to learn in the best environment for them and we are happy there are businesses in our community that help us make that happen!

Pictured Left to Right: Caitlyn Pope, STAY Administrator; Nabile Paredes; Rex Pope, STAY Executive Director

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Renewable Power Contribution

Thank you to Renewable Power for their continued support of School Choice in Yuma! Their contribution funded scholarships for local, low-income children to attend a Yuma-area private school, an option that would not be possible for many of them without support from the community. Pictured: Jimmy Esparza (third from right), owner and his team from Renewable Power with STAY’s Executive Director, Rex Pope (center).

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Big Bob’s Flooring Supports Low-Income Children!

Big Bob’s Flooring helped low-income children attend local private schools during 2020-2021 through it’s contribution to STAY. Many of the families we help would not be able to choose private school without help from community members like Big Bob’s Flooring. We are grateful to our corporate sponsors for helping us provide School Choice in Yuma!

Pictured Left to Right: Laura Aparicio, Big Bob’s Operations Manager; Brad Millner, Big Bob’s CEO; Ted Nobler, Big Bob’s Manager; Rex Pope, STAY Executive Director; Caitlyn Pope, STAY Administrator

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Adult and Pediatric Rehabilitation Donation

STAY would like to thank Adult and Pediatric Rehabilitation for their support of School Choice in Yuma during the 2020-2021 school year! This contribution was used to provide low-income children with scholarships so they could attend a local private school. For many of the children STAY helps, private school would not be an option without support from community-minded businesses like Adult and Pediatric Rehabilitation!

Pictured left to right: Sandra & Sergio Macias, Owners of Adult and Pediatric Rehabilitation; Rex Pope, STAY Executive Director; Caitlyn Pope, STAY Administrator

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Deadline for 2020 Credit is Monday, May 17th

If you haven’t filed your 2020 Arizona tax return yet, you still have time to donate to STAY and receive a 100% credit on your Arizona income tax. Donations are used to fund scholarships for local children to attend a private school of their choice. Many of the kids who receive scholarships from STAY would not be able to attend private school without help. The deadline to donate has been extended to May 17th this year.

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Deadline for 2020 Credit Contributions Extended

Arizona has announced the deadline to contribute to STOs like STAY for a 2020 Arizona tax credit has been extended to May 17th. This change comes as the state adjusted the individual tax return deadline to coincide with the new federal deadline. Arizona tax credits are a great way to keep money local and the Private School Tuition Tax Credit helps local children attend a private school of their choice. This is an option many of the families we serve wouldn’t have without help.

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STAY Yuma’s Best

Voting for Yuma’s Best ends tomorrow! You can vote for your favorite local businesses here: https://bit.ly/3b7r50D  As you’re selecting your favorites, please keep in mind the many businesses that are committed to helping low-income kids in the Yuma Community! Our corporate donors have helped so many children and we think they are all #yumasbest ! Thanks again to all of them for helping provide #SchoolChoice to Yuma!

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Charter Communications

Mayor Nicholls came out to help STAY thank Charter Communications, Inc. (Spectrum) for their generous contribution supporting School Choice in Yuma! The Yuma community is truly blessed to have amazing corporate partners like Charter Communications. This donation is helping local low-income children attend private schools that meet their unique needs. For many low-income families, this choice wouldn’t be possible without support from businesses like Charter Communications.

Left to Right: Douglas Nicholls, Yuma Mayor; Felipe Monroig, Senior Director, Government Affairs – West Region, Charter Communications; Rex Pope, Executive Director of STAY; Caitlyn Pope, STAY Administrator

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