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Gifts and fundraising for non-profit organisations

Fundraising events
When you run a fundraising event, such as a dinner or auction, individuals who contribute to the event may be able to claim a portion of their contribution as a tax deduction. To qualify for a deduction, the contribution must meet all the conditions for a tax deductible contribution.
Gifts and fundraising
An overview of tax deductible gifts and the tax treatment of various fundraising activities, including the concessions available. Also covers state, territory and local government requirements in relation to fundraising.
Helping in a disaster
Donations to help the victims of a disaster in Australia or overseas are tax deductible if made to a DGR.
State, territory and local government requirements for not-for-profits
Fundraising activities such as bingo, raffles and doorknock appeals are regulated by state and territory authorities. If your organisation's fundraising activities involve the use of a public place, you should check with your local council about its requirements.
Tax and fundraising
The various taxes that may apply to the running of your not-for-profit (NFP) organisation.
Workplace and business support
Working with organisations to encourage employees to donate or contribute by workplace giving or salary sacrifice.