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More than 45 million people send birthday wishes to Facebook. every day. For this reason, the most famous Social Network in the world has decided to make their birthday even more special, allowing people to start a fundraiser to be allocated to a non-profit organization.
Do you want to create a fundraiser on Facebook? Here’s how it works.
Two weeks before your birthday, you will see a message on your Facebook home that allows you to start the fundraiser by following a few simple steps. our friends will receive a notification inviting them to support your collection by making a donation.
Visit our Facebook page and stay updated on our activities: all the money we receive is donated to research and public awareness on the topic of Desmoid Cancer and Gardner’s Syndrome.
Do you know that by donating to our NGO you can take advantage of tax benefits?
Find out what are the benefits you can get by supporting the Desmoid Foundation!
The Italian Desmoide Tumor Association is an ONLUS, or a non-profit organization of social utility, recognized pursuant to legislative decree n. 460/1997. Therefore, all donations in favor of the Association are fiscally deductible or deductible according to the limits indicated by the law, as long as they are traceable and therefore made in the following ways:
bank transfers, payments to postal current accounts, credit or prepaid cards, cashier’s checks or bank drafts bearing the “non-transferable” clause and made out to: DF- DESMOID FOUNDATION – ITALIAN TUMORE ASSOCIATION DESMOIDE ONLUS.
Liberal donations in cash or in kind are deductible or deductible. Individuals can therefore choose between two solutions:
- Deduct the amount by 30% – for a maximum of € 30,000 donation –
- Deduct the amount donated without absolute limit but within 10% of the total declared income.
Deduction or deduction? What is the best solution?
Legislative references: for further information on art. 83 and 104, paragraph 2, Legislative Decree 117/17.
ATTENTION: payments made as shares are not deductible or deductible. In addition, donations that are not tracked or made in cash are not deductible or deductible (it is mandatory to track them by bank, post, current account, credit card or prepaid card).