Detailed information about fundraising and not-for-profit organisations.
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.
DGRs are responsible for working out the market value of the goods, services and events they offer to donors so donors can work out the amount they can claim as a tax deduction.
Some DGRs have extra conditions on the kinds of deductible gifts or contributions they can receive.
You may be eligible to claim tax concessions for conservation covenants you enter over land you own.
Political parties are not DGRs. However, in some circumstances, gifts and contributions made by individuals to political parties and independent candidates may be tax deductible.