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Published: 20 December 2018

Posted by: Anonymously

If you read Donorschoose’s audits, you can see that they’re being audited by the IRS. Usually, the IRS doesn’t audit big organizations unless they have a great reason. I wonder what reason they have for auditing Could it be that they say they only charge a small uncharge to support operations but really charge more like 50 or 60 percent of the cost of the projects to support their massive staff earning massive amounts of money? Donorschoose is the only place in the world where you can spend $100 for a bunch of pencil sharpeners you could send to a school for $20 and still get a tax deduction, since the schools are tax exempt. Don’t give through Donorschoose. Just give directly to the school you want to support. Your dollars will go a LOT further, and you’ll still get a tax receipt.

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