Live Different Builds Donation / Payment form



REMINDER:

If you are recording a donation you have received from someone else, you must send the paper payment / donation form for each donation


What build volunteer or group raised / solicited these funds?

Please let us know if you are reentering a duplicate payment

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Note: You must use this form to enter each donation seperately, even if part of 1 lump payment


Please mail cheques or money orders to:

Live Different Builds Processing Office
1940 McDonald Avenue 
Brandon, MB R7B 0A3

* A 3% surcharge will be added to the payment due to Credit Card processing fees.

Note: Some user have reported issues with Paypal. We recommend selecting Interac Email Transfer if you experience problems with Paypal. This also saves you money as there is no 3% surcharge with Interac E-transfer.

After you submit this form, you will be forwarded to Paypal, where you can securely pay with your credit card or Paypal account.


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In a seperate browser window (or after completing this form), log into your online banking and email the funds to: donate@livedifferent.com

Interac e-Transfer is a simple, convenient, and secure way to send and receive money directly from one bank account to another. All you need is access to online or mobile banking through a participating financial institution, and you can send money to anyone with an email address or mobile phone number and a bank account in Canada — without sharing any personal or financial information. It's a great alternative to cheques and cash.


When you sending the Interac E-transfer through your online banking, you must enter a security question and answer, to which the recipient will know the answer. Please provide the question and answer here so we can receive the funds.

NO SPACES, MINIMUM 8 CHARACTERS


Tax Credit Calculator

Many people don't realize how generous the Canadian government is to those who are generous to charity. This will calculate what this donation will return in personal tax credits for each province / territory. For example, if you give a $1000 to a charity, depending where you live, you could get over $500 of money back on your tax return (assuming you have paid or owe at least $500 of income tax)

 


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Definition of Donation:

This is a donation (from the volunteer or a 3rd party) that is eligible for a Canadian donation receipt for income tax purposes.

Due to the expense and logistics of coordinating a volunteer humanitarian development project, an important qualification is for each volunteer to meet their trip's minimum individual fundraising goal. To meet this minimum goal, volunteer's can solicit tax receiptable donations on behalf of Live Different, for the specific project they are volunteering on.

According to charity law, a donation is a voluntary transfer of property without valuable consideration to the donor; donors cannot choose the beneficiaries of their donations, and a charity must have full discretion in deciding how to allocate its funds.

Donations will be recognized toward the fundraising goal of the volunteer who raises them, but they being are given to the project/charity, and are not being given as a direct monetary gift to the volunteer. All donations are absolutely, 100% non-refundable.

In event of a cancellation, funds will instead be allocated towards other charitable programs. Tax receipts will be issued for donations of $20 or more. Tax receipts to be issued by February 28th of the following year.

A payments is not tax receiptable and is only refundable within the trip's refund schedule (see trip information). In case of emergency, up to 80% of your trip's payments can be refunded at the discretion of Live Different

Proceeds from the sale of goods or services (ex. charity auctions, dinner tickets, book sales, etc). These profits are not eligible for a charitable tax receipt (because the purchasers received a product/service in exchange for their money), and are 100% non-refundable.



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Donor Contact Information

Please note, only one person's name can be used for a donation. Ex: enter "Joe Smith" and not "Joe and Mary Smith".  The charitable tax receipt is equally usable by either spouse when filing taxes, regardless of whose name the donation is made in.

Business Contact Person Details:

Note: Please enter the donor's contact information below, not the information of the Live DIfferent Build volunteer filling the form, if different.




Use a good email address, as tax receipts will be send by email








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