Friday, December 22, 2006


8 Days for Charitable Giving in 2006
by Pam Ashlund

You know, I've never seen a holiday fundraising appeal which really focused on tax-time. Maybe smiling children are more appealing than a write-off to a giver...or maybe not!

Here's a re-cap on tax-exempt giving:

Beth's posts on Fundraising Widgets and on Donor Documentation

Pam's post on IRS Regs, Tis The Season to Be Giving

David's post on the great Tax Advantages of Giving Gifts of Stock

The IRS's Roundup of Tax-Exempt Giving

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1 comment:

maygan said...


An article for your charity blog.

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