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IRS and Donation Guidelines

Tax Information and Guidelines About Your Donation to My Recovery Day

3RTEC, Inc. dba My Recovery Day is a compliant 501c3 nonprofit (IRS website check).

All donations made, cash or goods, to My Recovery Day are tax deductible to the extent permitted by law.

My Recovery Day does not keep permanent records of donations.

You are responsible for placing a value on your donation.

Keep your donation receipt for your tax record.

The best record keeping is for you to pre-fill out a donation receipt using our blank Donations4Recovery Form.  Present the completed form to one of our representatives and they can sign it after your donation is picked up or dropped off at our facility.  This signed form is your receipt.

Federal law provides that clothing and household goods must be in “good used condition or better” for tax deductions. According to the IRS, it is the donor’s responsibility to fill out the receipt and assess the donation’s value.

For more information, read IRS Publication 526 for an explanation on the types of contributions you can deduct, how much you can deduct, what records to keep, and how to report charitable contributions.

Be sure to always check with your accountant or tax preparer for up to date IRS requirements for charity deductions and supporting documentation.