Deductible Gift Recipients Status [Course]

What is DGR status and who can apply. We explore DGR endorsements, categories, obligations and entities that may find it difficult obtaining DRG endorsement.

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Some organizations are entitled to receive income tax deductible gifts and tax deductible contributions. They’re called DGRs, which stands for deductible gift recipient. DGR status enables individuals and organizations to deduct gifts over two dollars to your service for their own income tax purposes. You will find you’re eligible for more funding opportunities if you have this status, as most foundations and trusts prefer their recipients to have DGR status.

In this detailed course, our Not-For-Profit legal advisor and educator Dominic Cudmore walks you DGR eligibility, how to apply for DGR status and much much more.

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