PCDIC provided $15 million in NMTC financing for Child Crisis Arizona, a Mesa, Ariz.-based nonprofit focused on preventing child abuse and neglect.
“Over the past three years, PCDIC has been awarded a total of $135 million that goes back into our local community in areas that need it the most and will greatly benefit our community,” said Susan Barnes, chair of the PCDIC Board of Directors. “This Child Crisis Arizona project is a prime example of how federal tax credits can be used to greatly enhance our community and provide much needed services for local children and families.”
Funds were provided to Child Crisis Arizona in order to partially reimburse the acquisition of approximately 2.4 acres of land located at 424 W. Rio Salado Parkway in Mesa, Ariz., and to build a 38,000-square-foot Center for Child & Family Wellness on the site. The project is designed to be a climate-friendly, net-zero energy facility.