Sample Donation Receipts from National PTA

Here are Sample PTA receipts forms you can use for you local PTA unit.

 

For Microsoft Word file Sample-Receipt-Forms-for-Fundraising.

Contribution Greater than $75

Goods or Services Returned to Donor

This acknowledges receipt of the following described property from you as a charitable contribution made on ________________ (date):

(Describe the property given in this space.)

 

(Name of your PTA) has provided you with goods or services in exchange for this contribution.  Our estimate of the fair market value of these gods or services is $_____.  This means the net amount of your contribution, which may be a charitable contribution for federal income tax purposes, is $______.  We are required by law to provide this information to you.  The charitable deduction is limited to the excess, if any, of your contribution over the value of the goods or services provided to you.

Please retain this document for your records.  It is important documentation necessary for any available federal income tax deduction for this contribution.

 

(Name of your PTA) __________________________________________________________

 

Authorized Signature ______________________________________         Date ___________

 

Contribution of Cash

No Goods or Services Returned to Donor

This acknowledges receipt of your charitable contribution made on ______________ (date), in the amount of $_________________.

(Name of your PTA) did not provide any goods or services in exchange for this contribution.  Please retain this document for your records.  It is an important document necessary for any available federal income tax deduction for this contribution.

 

(Name of your PTA) __________________________________________________________

 

Authorized Signature ______________________________________               Date ___________

National PTA Releases Two New Position Statements

February 5, 2016

National PTA’s Board of Directors adopted two new position statements on positive school discipline and assessment last week.

  • Position on positive school discipline states that exclusionary discipline practices should only be used in schools as a last resort effort and on an individualized basis in schools. Read the full statement
  • Position on student assessment and opt-out policies calls for all students to participate in high-quality, comprehensive assessments. Read the full statement