The Children In Need Foundation (CINF) is a non-profit 501(c)(3) charitable organization created and maintained by current and past members of the Active 20-30 Club of Phoenix. All proceeds from the Club's fundraising activities are funneled directly to CINF, with 30% of the funds going into an endowment fund, and the remainder going into a general fund for disbursement to our beneficiaries.
Our foundation needs your support in order to grow and reach our full potential. CINF asks that you share your resources, time, talent and knowledge by becoming a member of Active 20-30 Club of Phoenix, and learning what it means to live by the maxim "One never stands so tall as when kneeling to help a child". Alternatively, you can pledge your support by making a donation.
Children in Need Foundation Tax ID Number: 86-0600925
IRS Determination Letter for the Children In Need Foundation
Tom Capaldi | President
Jeffrey Burg | Director
Divisional Vice President, SunAmerica Retirement Markets
Jeff was born in New Jersey and moved to Arizona at the young age of two. He attended All Saints Episcopal Day School in Phoenix, Saguaro High School in Scottsdale and Arizona Sate University in Tempe. During college and after, he worked in the television industry before changing career paths and following in his father's footsteps in the financial services industry. Jeff is the Divisional Vice President at SunAmerica Retirement Markets responsible for variable annuity sales in Arizona, Las Vegas, New Mexico and West Texas. He serves as a business partner and consultant to financial advisors at Merrill Lynch, Morgan Stanley, UBS, Wells Fargo, RBC & R. W. Baird and helps them develop retirement income strategies for their clients. He joined the Active 20-30 Club of Phoenix in 2010 and also serves as the Mayoral Appointee to the Public Safety Personnel Retirement System Local Board in Scottsdale. In his spare time he enjoys SCUBA Diving, Shooting and hanging out with his two pet potbellied pigs, Porkchop & Penelope.
Andrew Beardsley | Director
Luxury Real Estate Sales, The Silverleaf Group / DMB Realty Network
Andrew is from South Bend, Indiana but grew up in the Valley. Upon completion of his degree from the University of Arizona in 2004, Andrew moved back to Phoenix to begin his career in commercial mortgage banking. He has since moved into luxury real estate sales and is currently one of the top agents selling at the prestigious community of Silverleaf in North Scottsdale. He has been a member of the Phoenix 20-30 Club since 2008 and previously held positions on the membership committee before being elected to the Executive Committee as VP of Membership from 2010-2012. Andrew currenty lives in Phoenix with his wife Laura and their two dogs, Wilson and Oscar.
Brian Konderik | Director
Director, Land Development - Arizona Division, AV Homes Inc.
A graduate of THE Arizona State University, Brian - or BK as he is more commonly referred to - is a native of the Valley of the Sun. A member of the Phoenix 20-30 Club for nearly eight years, Brian has served on the club's Executive Committee for three years including having served as Club President for 2008-2009. Now entering his sixth year of service on the Children-In-Need-Foundation Board of Directors (CINF is the philanthropic arm of the club's fundraising efforts) he most recently served as Foundation President for both the '09-10 & '10-11 fiscal years. Brian has been honored by the Cystic Fibrosis Foundation of Arizona as one of 2008 AZ's Finest honorees, and also participates with the Fiesta Bowl YellowJacket Committee, ASU Sol Devils, and the ASU Cornerstone Society. In his spare time, Brian enjoys playing golf as a form of relaxation (and also as a way of venting frustration), but he won't be quitting his day job anytime soon to join the PGA Tour.
Erik Osland | Director
Director of National Accounts, DeRoyal Orthopedics
Erik is a valley native and graduate of the University of Arizona. Upon completion of his degree, Erik spent several years in Santa Fe, NM with his wife, Brooke, before accepting a transfer back to Phoenix in 2006. Upon his return, he became actively involved with the 20/30 serving on the executive committee for three years as VP of Membership and one as the Community Activity Officer.
Colby Hunter | Director
Realtor, Sunbelt Realty & Business Advisors
Ted Davenport | Director
Faculty, University of Phoenix
Casey Strunk | Director
The Strunk Insurance Group Inc.
A & A Cottages, Inc.
American Cancer Society
American Lung Cancer Association
American Red Cross
Arizona Elite Girls Basketball
Arizona Foundation for Blind Children, Inc.
Arizona March of Dimes
Boy Scouts of America
Boys & Girls Clubs of Phoenix
Boys & Girls Clubs of Scottsdale
Camp Fire Girls of Maricopa County
Crisis Nursery Phoenix
Ed Doherty Scholarship Foundation
Girl Scouts of Maricopa County
Gompers Rehabilitation Center
A Hand Of Hope
Jane Wayland Children's Home
Make A Difference
Maricopa County Chapter of National Safety Council
Maricopa County Society for Crippled Children
National Society for Brain Injured Children
The Ng Family Heart Surgery Fund
The Orme Summer Camp
Phoenix Projected Books
Phoenix Servicemen's Centers
Rocky Point Orphanage
Saint Vincent de Paul Society
Salvation Army Youth and Family Center
State of Arizona Department of Public Welfare
Valley Big Brothers Big Sisters
Valley of the Sun School
Valley Youth Theatre
The Wellness Community
West Valley Child Crisis Centers
World Championship Junior Rodeo of America
While a large portion of the proceeds from the Children In Need Foundation fundraising events goes into an endowment fund, the majority of the fundraising dollars go into a general fund from which grants are awarded on an annual basis. CINF solicits grant applications from children's charities and end-user organizations, awarding grants at a special ceremony each August hosted by the Active 20-30 Club of Phoenix.
Grant Application/Award Timetable for CINF Financial Year 2014-2015
Grant Application/Award Timetable for CINF Financial Year 2015-2016
If your organization would like to apply for a CINF grant, please download our grant application document and review our application guidelines, here.
CINF needs your assistance to continue providing funds and services to local children's charities and end-user organizations. How can you help?
If you wish to donate more than the maximum allowed credit, the total amount can be itemized on your Federal taxes, but you can only claim a State tax credit up to the maximum credit amount. The maximum amount of the credit depends upon your filing status - for tax years 2006 and later, married couples filing jointly have a maximum credit of $400, and taxpayers filing as single or head of household have a maximum credit of $200.
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