Actually, I think I just found the answer in IRS Publication 526:You cannot deduct as a charitable contribution: 1. A contribution to a specific individual, 2. A contribution to a nonqualified organization, 3. The part of a contribution from which you receive or expect to receive a benefit, 4. The value of your time or services, 5. Your personal expenses, 6. Appraisal fees, or 7. Certain contributions of partial interests in property. That sounds like "no."
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