Donation Form

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A donation form is a written document that is used whenever a donation of any kind is made. It is a form for record keeping and maintaining an evidence for future reference and auditing and accountability purposes.

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The contents of the donation form are quite simple and basic. These may include name of the donor and his complete contact information. The amount or service or product given as a donation, nature of donation, date of donation and complete details of the party to whom donation has been made is also mentioned on the donation form.Whenever a person wants to give donation to any type of social and welfare organization they do so by filling in and submitting the donation form. Many organizations have developed their own donation forms to keep a record of donations made to them. It is required that the form should be correctly filled and no false information should be used. These are available on demand and are useful for the donors as well. It is a good way of keeping an accountability of the amount donated.

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Donation Form - 1.0

Released Apr 19, 2015 — tested with:

LibreOffice 4.2,

A donation form is a written document that is used whenever a donation of any kind is made. It is a form for record keeping and maintaining an evidence for future reference and auditing and accountability purposes.
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Donation Form - 1.0

    • LibreOffice 4.2
    A donation form is a written document that is used whenever a donation of any kind is made. It is a form for record keeping and maintaining an evidence for future reference and auditing and accountability purposes.
    • GNU-GPL-v3+ (General Public License Version 3 and later)
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