Nicholas Kohler Director

E [email protected]
T +61 (8) 8110 6012
F +61 (8) 8110 6013

December 2019

Newsletter: Deductible donations

Anyone who makes a donation over two dollars to an organisation that is registered as a deductible gift recipient (DGR) can claim it as a tax deduction.

Most charities advertise their DGR status but you can search the ABN lookup to see if an organisation is registered or download the full DGR listing here

A donation is a gift where they donor does not receive any material benefit from the organisation in return.

A “contribution” is where you receive a material benefit in return (i.e. you purchase a ticket to a fundraising dinner).  For a contribution to be tax deductible, it must comply with these conditions:

- be made to a DGR;

- be in respect of an eligible fundraising event;

- be an eligible contribution;

- comply with any extra conditions that apply to some DGRs:

This entry was posted in Newsletter. Bookmark the permalink.