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7-16-2010 @ 7:57AM
I double checked to make sure... Yes Child's Play donations are most definitely tax deductible. Physical donations are tax deductible through the hospital. Cash donations are tax deductible from Child's Play. Frankly I totally recommend anyone calculate how much you are permitted to get deducted from your taxes and donate at LEAST that much to Child's Play or another charity. Would you rather give the government $5000? Or have that same $5000 go to children?Sources:Charity Donation Tax Deduction Eligibility Infohttp://taxes.about.com/od/deductionscredits/a/CharityDonation.htmChild Play's Specific Eligability as an Organizationhttp://www.childsplaycharity.org/about.phpQ. Since this is a charity donation I can deduct it from my taxes, right?A. Each hospital’s charity tax ID number is included in the information section on its wish list. Use your confirmation email as a receipt. If you are making a cash donation, Child’s Play’s own tax ID number is 20-3584556. If you have any questions about how this works, please ask your tax advisor.
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