Charitable contributions are the lifeblood of nonprofits. Properly receipting a donation depends on what is being donated and how much it may be worth. The IRS rules are complex, and this article will help you navigate different IRS requirements to ensure your donors receive the proper acknowledgment for their donations.
If a person gives money to sponsor a child to go to church camp they can receive charitable giving credit. However, if a parent pays for their child to go to church camp, they do not receive charitable giving credit. Am I understanding this correctly?