What are in-kind donations?
Donated goods or services, rather than monetary gifts, are considered gifts-in-kind. The following are supplies that help us do our job better and professional services that keep us operating with less overhead. In-kind donations can have a huge impact on our organization, allowing us to dedicate more resources directly to the communities with which we work. Our staff compiled an in-kind donation wish list below. Thank you for taking the time to consider it!
Questions? Please contact Brenda Nelson at email@example.com or (503)222-4044 x117.
In-Kind Donation Wish List
Training, annual conference, policy and advocacy, research:
- iPad or Android Tablet for checking people into events
- 3 iPad/iPhone chargers
- Fidget toys
- Flip charts
- Recording devices
- FedEx Office gift cards to print materials while we’re in the field
- Zoom video conferencing software subscription
Computer equipment, office furniture, supplies:
- Large computer monitors
- Dell docking stations
- Licenses for Adobe Creative Suite
- New cubicles (14 cubes with shelves and desks)
- Copy paper
- Standing desk(s)
- Reception furniture set (2 guest chairs and table)
- M tape for a Brother P-Touch label maker
- Highlighters, binders, pens, white-out, and expo markers
- Ergonomic office chairs
Gifts to honor speakers and child welfare advocates
- Blankets from Pendleton or Eighth Generation
- Hand crafted earrings, necklaces, or medallions
- Weaving (completed art or supplies)
- Thank-you cards/stationary
As a registered 501(c)3 tax-exempt organization, NICWA is able to accept donations of goods in-kind for distribution to the beneficiaries of our mission, or for the benefit of the organization at-large. Please consult your tax advisor for guidance on what may be deductible in your specific circumstance. . Items that are not in good used condition or better will not be accepted or processed. In addition, all items valued at $5,000 or more must be verified by a qualified, independent appraiser and arranged for and completed by the donor.
For more information on IRS guidelines click here.