Letter Of Donation Acknowledgement (Example)


In-Kind Donations
Letter of Donation Acknowledgement (Example)
Dear Name,
On behalf of the board of trustees of the National Skydiving Museum and all those who
are committed to preserving our skydiving history, thank you for your in-kind donation
(listed below). We are embarking on a long overdue journey to preserve the history of
the sport and its participants. Your donation will go a long way toward achieving that
Donors of parachute equipment and documents may take a tax deduction up to $500
on their U.S. income taxes. No forms are required by the government. They may
deduct up to $5,000 if they fill out IRS Form 8283 Noncash Charitable Deductions. An
appraisal is not required; the donor may list any amount. Over $5,000 in value, donated
items must be appraised to qualify for a tax deduction. The Curator of the museum will
appraise unusually large, old and valuable equipment and library donations. See:
The National Skydiving Museum is a 501(c)(3) not-for-profit corporation. Donations are
deductible for income tax purposes to the full extent of the law. The tax identification
number is 23-7181972. We confirm that no goods or services were received in return
for the aforementioned donation.
Once again, thank you for your interest in and commitment to the museum.
Nancy Kemble
Museum Administrator
Parachutist Magazines: Volume 111 Number 9, Volume 111 Number 10, June
1962, January 1963, May 1963, April 1963, February 1966, December 1968,
January 1969, February 1969, July 1971, March 1972, April 1973, January
1974, July 1974
Sky Diver Magazines: April 1966, March 1968
Parachutes Incorporated Catalog: 1970
Security Parachute Company; Sales papers for Cross Bow Parachutes 1964


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