What it means to make a tax-deductible donation
Tax-deductible donations are contributions made to a tax-exempt organization, such as nonprofit organizations, schools, and religious establishments. As the donor, you may benefit from tax savings by deducting your contributions on your tax returns. For further information on tax-deductible donations, please research your country's specific tax codes.
You can only get a tax deduction when donating to an organization with a legal entity in the country where you reside and pay taxes. Organizations can only provide valid, tax-deductible receipts for donors in countries where they have a registered not-for-profit, tax-exempt organization.
Some organizations have legal entities established in more than one country. Therefore, they can produce valid tax receipts for donors in each of these countries. For further clarification on the organization you are donating to, please email firstname.lastname@example.org or reach out to the organization directly using the contact information provided on their campaign page.
Legal Entity vs. Currency
There is a difference between legal entity status and the currency in which you make a donation. Some campaigns collect donations in more than one currency; however, that does not guarantee they have a legal entity in multiple countries.
For further clarification on the organization you are donating to, please email email@example.com or reach out to the organization directly using the contact information provided on their campaign page.
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