CHARITABLE GIFT RECEIPT FOR NONCASH GIFTS
RETAIN FOR INCOME TAX PURPOSES
Noncash Acknowledgement #1
July 16, 2007
I would like to personally thank you for your donation of materials to Home Resource on [date.] These
items will benefit the community including numerous low-to-moderate-income customers, and the landfill
is a little less full as well! Thank you for making this commitment to waste reduction and community
building. The complete list is attached.
You must follow the IRS’s reporting rules to assure your charitable deduction. I have enclosed Form 8283
and instructions. If your gift is more than $5000, you will need to have the property appraised. The
appraiser’s findings are reported in Section B of Form 8283. The rules also apply if you give “similar
items of property” with a total value above $5000—even if you gave the items to different charities.
Section B of Form 8283 must be signed by the appraiser.
After obtaining this appraisal and signature, please fax or mail a copy of the completed Form 8283 to:
825 West Kent Avenue
Missoula MT 59801
FAX: (406) 541-8302
We will complete and Part IV and return it to you promptly.
If you have any further questions, call us at 541-8300 or email email@example.com. Again, thank you
so much for this generous donation.