Donation Receipt

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A donation receipt needs to have precise information concerning the exact value of the donation as well as what the donor got in return.

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It is important to write the name of your particular charity. You also need to state that you are precisely a non-profit entity. The donor’s name has to be on the receipt. In this way it becomes valid. You have to write the date of the donation plus how much was given. The donation may not be in cash, if so, and then write a description of what it was. The receipt needs to be signed precisely from someone who is in the organization. You need to keep a copy of this receipt. You can find donation receipt templates online.

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Invoice

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http://www.xltemplates.org/cash-or-funds-donation-receipt/

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Donation Receipt - 1.0

Released Nov 18, 2015 — tested with:

LibreOffice 4.0, LibreOffice 4.1, LibreOffice 4.2, LibreOffice 4.3, LibreOffice 4.4,

The receipt needs to be signed precisely from someone who is in the organization. You need to keep a copy of this receipt.
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donation-receipt.ott
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Donation Receipt - 1.0

    • LibreOffice 4.0
    • LibreOffice 4.1
    • LibreOffice 4.2
    • LibreOffice 4.3
    • LibreOffice 4.4
    The receipt needs to be signed precisely from someone who is in the organization. You need to keep a copy of this receipt.
    • GNU-GPL-v3+ (General Public License Version 3 and later)
    • GNU-GPL-v3+ (General Public License Version 3 and later)
    • GNU-GPL-v3+ (General Public License Version 3 and later)
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