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What tax-deductible statuses are allowed to fundraise on GiveGab?
What tax-deductible statuses are allowed to fundraise on GiveGab?

The types of organizations eligible to fundraise on GiveGab

Katrina Grein-Topken avatar
Written by Katrina Grein-Topken
Updated over a week ago

To fundraise on GiveGab, your organization must be eligible to receive tax-deductible donations. Here are acceptable documents showing your charitable status:

  • For 501(c)(3) organizations: A letter from the IRS stating your 501(c)(3) status

  • For churches, mosques, or synagogues: Your entry in a national directory of religion denomination or charter letter from your religious governing body

  • Subordinate nonprofit: Your parent organization’s 501(c)(3) and a letter from you parent organization confirming your charter as a chapter or program

  • Small nonprofit (revenue under $5,000): A letter from an affiliated third party confirming your purpose and a letter on your organization’s letterhead that states you are registering as a small nonprofit, which has revenue of less than $5,000

  • Government Agency: Statement of incorporation on official letterhead

We don’t currently allow individuals to fundraise on behalf of an organization without the organization’s explicit authorization. We do allow peer-to-peer fundraising, where the organization creates the campaign, and individuals can sign up to fundraise.

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