Charitable Contributions Tax Deduction Information

The Salvation Army is exempt from federal income taxes under Section 501(c)(3) of the Internal Revenue Code, therefore your qualifying donations are tax-deductible. You will receive an acknowledgement of all online gifts you make.

The Salvation Army is a nonprofit corporation, organized into four territories in the United States. Each of these territories is separately incorporated and has a distinct Federal Identification Number that covers all Salvation Army locations within that territory's jurisdiction.

The Salvation Army: Eastern Territoy (Greater Cleveland, Ohio) Federal Identification Number: 13-5562351

Information on reporting your tax deductible charitable contributions is available at the IRS wesbite in Publication 17, Your Federal Income Tax. Please consult your financial planner or tax advisor to determine the specific tax advantages of any gift you are considering making to The Salvation Army.

By making a cash donation to The Salvation Army, you are able to claim a charitable deduction of up to 50% of your adjusted gross income in the year you make the gift. If you cannot utilize the entire deduction in that year, deductions may be carried over for an additional five years.

New federal income tax regulations require donors claiming deductions for charitable contributions consisting of property other than cash worth more than $500 to file Internal Revenue Service Form 8283, "Noncash Charitable Contributions”. For more detailed information, please refer to the IRS link below for IRS Tax Deduction Form 526.