MAKE A DONATION TO UNFORTUNATE CHILDREN
Yes, I want to honor a special person and help make a difference in the lives of children in need in the Guatemala.
Thank you for your willingness to give to the vital work of CCF. As you make your donation, be assured that we take our responsibility as a steward of your funds very seriously. Your gift donation is a fitting tribute to someone special.
Caputo Children’s Fund is Non-Profit Organization that depends on the continued generosity of our national and international supporters. With your support, Caputo Children´s Fund can provide food and supplies to children and their families swiftly and efficiently. From hurricanes to earthquakes and floods, you can be confident that your support to Caputo Children's Fund hard work will save lives and bring hope to people in great need.
"You may deduct charitable contributions of money or property made to qualified organizations if you itemize your deductions." (IRS Publication 78)
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Caputo Children`s is a Charity registered tax-exempt non-profit organization (NGO) in the Republic of Guatemala.
Deductibility of Charitable Contributios
The Income Tax Law (Guatemala) allows individual or corporate donors to take a deduction of up to 5% of their net income, or GTQ 500,000 for contributions to, inter alia, not-for-profit associations and foundations undertaking charity; social services; scientific and cultural activities; as well as universities, churches, religious organizations, and political parties (Income Tax Law, articles 37(d) and 38(s)). To receive tax-deductible donations, an association or foundation must be duly constituted and registered as a tax-exempt organization with the SAT ( Superintendencia De Administración Tributaria).
Caputo Children`s Fund SAT registration:
If you pay your taxes in Italy, making a donation to Caputo Children´s Fund will be easier from now on. The Italian Government offers tax payers the option of devolving 0.5% of their taxes to not-for-profit organizations. This option is known as the “Cinque per mille” (or 5 x 1000).
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Donate with Moneybookers
First, you need to open a free account with Moneybookers. Next, transfer the payment via moneybookers.com to our email account: email@example.com Moneybookers will charge a small transfer fee. Registration is simple – Your moneybooker.com account can be ready in just a few minutes, all you require is an email address.
In order to financially support our work, you can safely deposit your donation directly into the Association’s account, or donate by check.
Mail and make check payable to:
Caputo Chidren`s Fund
13 Ave. “A” 15-73, zona 11, Col. Loma Linda,
Guatemala City, Guatemala C.A.
E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org Tel: +39 347 7178125
For donations in Europe, Bank information:
BANCA PROSSIMA S.P.A.
Make a Donation to Children to Head Office via Wire Transfer:
| TRANSFER TO: |
CORAL GABLES, FLORIDA, 33134 USA
FOR CREDIT NUMBER:
1000059038BANCO INMOBILIARIO, S.A. GUATEMALA, GUATEMALA, CENTRAL AMERICA
|FOR FURTHER CREDIT TO THE ACCOUNT NO.:||17017009770|
| BENEFICIARY: ||CAPUTO CHILDREN`S FUND|
Please provide your name and address if you wish to receive a receipt. Tax deduction eligibility is the responsibility of the donor, according to the laws of the country in which the donor resides. Caputo Children´s Fund can only accept donations in U.S. dollar amounts. To calculate your donation amount, please use this currency converter, http://www.xe.com/ucc/.
Caputo Children´s Fund reserves the right to determine the use of donations, according to priority or emergency aid needs in Guatemala. Donations to the Organization are subject to Guatemalan law and are reported annually to the government of Guatemala, as required by registered non governmental organizations.