Noncash Contribution Receipt Example

Dear Church Member,

Thank you for your contribution of a HP desktop computer and monitor in good condition.

You did not receive any goods or services in connection with this contribution other than intangible religious benefits.

If you plan on claiming a tax deduction for this contribution you are responsible for establishing the value of the donated item. If the value of the item exceeds $500 you will be required to file Form 8283. If the value exceeds $5,000 you may be required to obtain a certified appraisal. Consult your tax preparer for additional details.

Once again, thank you for your generous commitment to the work of Jesus Christ through this church.


Your Name

Church Title


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