Gifts in Kind


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Gifts in Kind

Any donation other than cash to a non-profit organization. For example, gifts in kind may consist of stocks, bonds, or inventory. In general, gifts in kind are tax deductible at their fair market value.
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Office Depot's commitment to our nation's charities will have a tremendous impact on charities facing product shortages and fiscal challenges," said Susan Corrigan, President and CEO of Gifts In Kind International.
amp;uot;Thanks to this generous donation from Cole Vision, needy families have the opportunity to receive eyeglass frames at no cost,&uot; said Susan Corrigan, president and chief executive officer of Gifts In Kind.
Gifts In Kind America is at 700 North Fairfax Street, Suite 300, Alexandria, VA 22314.
CONTACT: Christine Buonocore of Gifts In Kind America, 703-836-2121, Ext.
Our outreach efforts would not be as far reaching without the support, generosity and sense of immediacy offered by GIKI's corporate partners like Perry Ellis International," said Barry Anderson, CEO, Gifts In Kind International.
Gifts In Kind International (GIKI) is the third largest charity in the United States and the world's leader in product philanthropy.
Gifts In Kind International partners with businesses and charities to provide quality products and services that improve lives in communities around the world.
Donation programs provide a common sense option that helps us get products to those who need them most," said Susan Corrigan, president and chief executive officer of Gifts In Kind International.
Gifts In Kind's partnership with Mattel is invaluable to our mission to serve the disadvantaged of all ages throughout the world," said Susan Corrigan, President and CEO, Gifts In Kind International.
We are pleased to work with Gifts In Kind International to make that resource available to nonprofits that benefit from that same visibility that gives for-profit businesses the insight they need to make decisions that impact performance.