You're Informed At Every Step
One week prior to the recurring charge, the donor is notified with the amount, pending charge date and a link to modify or cancel. View SampleDonor Thank-You Letter BETA
Fully branded, customized thank-you letters delivered directly to your donor's verified mailing address via USPS - set it and forget it.
Fully Automated Year End Donor Reports provides a clear snapshot for your donor of all their generous support over the calendar year. View SampleRecurring Charge Failure
Once a recurring charge fails, the donor is notified via email along with a link to correct the issue. Failed charges are tried three times.
A copy of every receipt is delivered via email to the point of contact for your organization.Donor Matching Gift Request
When donors enter their employer for matching gift info, it's passed directly to you via email.
You receive a copy of the dedication notification received by your donors.Invalid Email Notification
When a receipt is undeliverable, you're notified via email to contact the donor.
You receive a copy of recurring charge failures. After three in-a-row, the charge is canceled.Deposit Tracking Notice
When funds have been released to your bank, you receive a notification with deposit details.
If a donor dedicates their donation, the recipient will receive an email branded by your organization and a link that allows them to view dedication card on your website.View Basic Dedication
The craziest photos go viral, why shouldn't inspirational dedications? This is why we're piloting dedications that allow donors to uploads photos to share their stories.View Image Dedication
A donor cannot claim a tax deduction for any single contribution of $250 or more unless the donor obtains a contemporaneous, written acknowledgment of the contribution from the recipient organization. A nonprofit that does not acknowledge a contribution incurs no penalty; but, without a written acknowledgment, the donor cannot claim the tax deduction. Although it is a donor's responsibility to obtain a written acknowledgment, an organization can assist a donor by providing a timely, written statement containing the following information.
The full set of requirements are available in the following publications provided by IRS.IRS Publication 1771
Your nonprofit's name must be presented in full on receipts and the like.Donation Declaration
Statement that no goods or services were provided by the organization in return for the contribution, if that was the case.
The amount the donor contributed in cash must be presented in full.Faith Based Declaration
Statement that goods or services provided in return for the contribution consisted entirely of intangible religious benefits.
Campaign names must be presented when contributions are designated by the donor.Fair Market Value
Description and good faith estimate of the value of goods or services, if any, that an organization provided in return for the contribution.
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