What is Deductible?

Cash, Check, Money Order, Etc

Any monetary contribution of any kind is deductible.

In-Kind Contributions

These types of donations are deductible up to their full value, which is determined by you. By federal law, we are not able to assign a value to this kind of contribution. An in-kind contribution involves the transfer of any kind of asset, whether it be a parcel of land, a cell phone or a box of sticky notes.

Contributions Where You Receive a Benefit

There are limits on what you can deduct if you make a contribution and receive a benefit. Example: We are selling a printer valued at $200 for $200. You decide you want to be charitable and pay us $300. The amount of the transaction in excess of the value you received is deductible, which is only $100 in this case.