Issuing Receipts in Specific Situations - General Questions
S1.Our charity gives a very small token of appreciation to each donor. It is worth almost nothing. Must the amount as it appears on the official donation tax receipt be reduced by the cost of that token?S4. Can a company donate goods out of its inventory? If so, how much can the official donation receipt be issued for?
S5. Our charity wants to show its appreciation for a volunteer who spent many hours on a project. Can we issue a donation receipt for the volunteer’s services?
S6. Can an official donation receipt be issued to volunteers for expenses incurred on behalf of our charity if they bear the cost of those expenses?
S7. One of our donors would like to make a donation and receive advertising or sponsorship status in return. Can our charity do this and, if so, how should we make out the receipt?
S8. Can we take up a collection and raffle the receipt? A group of 20 people from work will each contribute $20 toward a $400 donation to charity. We would like to raffle a receipt for $400. Can we do this?
S12. Our charity received a donation of a life insurance policy. How should the receipt be issued?