A Gift In-Kind
Are you an individual or corporation interested in supporting United Way–related efforts by donating a non-cash product or good? There are two types of gifts that you can make.
To request a tax receipt for a workplace gift in-kind click here
To donate in-kind products or items (computers, furniture, etc.) to a United Way partner agency click here
Help workplaces raise funds for United Way:
Employee-workplace campaigns raise vital funds for our ongoing work in the community. As such, workplaces often solicit donated items to assist in their efforts. A variety of items may be donated; however, receipts are only issued for donations of physical goods (not services). To issue a tax receipt, we require official documentation (e.g., a sales receipt) or an independent appraisal of the item’s fair market value.
Types of donations that we accept:
- Items that are valued at $100 or more, and where a fair market value can be verified
- Donations of physical goods, including those from the inventory of a business
- Gift certificates that have been purchased by an individual and donated to our campaign.
To have a gift in-kind tax receipt issued, please download and complete this form, include supporting documentation of fair market value, and submit it to your workplace volunteer. The workplace volunteer will sign the form and forward it, along with supporting documentation, to United Way: by mail using the “workplace special event” envelope or by email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Help United Way funded agencies do their work:
We accept surplus items that can be used to support the work of our agencies (e.g., used computers or office furniture) based on current needs. In-kind donations will not be sold, traded, bartered or used for any fundraising purposes.
Click on the this link for items that we accept and do not accept.
For more information about the Gift-in-Kind program, click on Frequently Asked Questions.
To donate items follow these steps:
For information on how to obtain a tax receipt for your donation, click here for the Frequently Asked Questions.