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Charity Tax Deduction

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A special "Thank You!" to all the individuals who have supported the ERF with their donations and to...
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Adobe Systems, Inc./Gifts In Kind International
ASPCA
BBC
The Capital Group Companies, Inc.
Claire Giannini Fund
Compumentor
Earthwatch and its Research Corps
Fleet Matching Gift Program
Fuji TV Mutsugoro Series
GaWaNi Pony Boy
GCC Technologies
Hansen's Feed of Aptos
Horseballs, Ltd
David Lichman
Microsoft
Pat and Linda Parelli and Mark Weiler
Photoworks.com
Troxel
Viking Office Products
Webb's End Equestrian Center

You can help support the research and aid in the advancement of knowledge about equine cognition, perception, behavior, training and care by making a tax-deductible donation to the Equine Research Foundation. Any size donation is greatly appreciated! Please contact us if you have questions or you can send a donation to:

Equine Research Foundation, P.O. Box 1900, Aptos, California USA

 

or contribute directly using the Donate button below:

 

You could also be eligible for a charity tax deduction by participating in one of the Equine Research Foundation programs.

In the United States, the Equine Research Foundation is a public charity described by section 501(c)(3) of the Internal Revenue Code. It is not a private foundation, as it is an organization described in section 509(a)(1) and 170(b)(1)(A)(VI) of the Internal Revenue Code. Residents of countries other than the U.S. should check with the appropriate revenue agency.

In general, contributions of cash, securities and property donated by U.S. citizens to support scientific research projects qualify for a charity tax deduction. Furthermore, under certain circumstances volunteers may deduct reasonable out-of-pocket expenses for transportation to and from research sites. Since tax circumstances for individuals vary, the Equine Research Foundation cannot be responsible for tax advice to its participants and sponsors. We suggest that you consult your own tax advisor.

Tax Deductible Vacations

When you pay to participate in one of the Foundation's programs, you are making a charitable contribution, which is used to cover the cost of your participation in the program AND to support the cost of the Foundation's research. These costs include: research equipment, maintenance, animal care and publication expenses.

Click to enlarge. Bonding with horses on a learning vacation with the Equine Research Foundation.

Part of your participation is eligible for a charity tax deduction!

Although we are not qualified to give tax advice, feel free to contact us if you have any questions about our programs.

Copyright Notice: All literature and photographs on this website are the exclusive property of the Equine Research Foundation or the scientific journals in which articles appear. The literature and photographs may not be downloaded or reproduced, copied, used or altered in any way without the written permission of the Equine Research Foundation.

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