It is possible to receive a donation receipt for a gift-in-kind donation to The Salvation Army Archives provided it meets the following criteria:
1. The item meets the criteria to be accepted by the Archives as set forth in our Donation Policy.
2. The item meets the requirements of the Canadian Revenue Agency (CRA) for eligibilty as a gift-in-kind.
3. If required, the donor must be willing to secure an idependent third party evaluation of the value of the donated item at their cost.
4. The donor acknowledges ownership of the item in question and has completed and signed the Donor Agreement Form to transfer ownership of the donated item to the Salvation Army to use as it sees fit.
If you are interested, and your item qualifies for a gift-in-kind tax receipt, the Archives staff will make arrangements with the Salavation Army's Public Relations and Development Department to contact the you and facilitate the request accordingly. The final decision if an item can be accepted at the Archives rests with the Salvation Army Archives staff. The final decison on elgibility for a tax receipt rests with the staff at The Salvation Army's Public Relations Department.