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Yes, when we donated boats, or any item to this camp that is all we got, a letter stating the donation and that no goods or services were received. But that was a year or two ago - not sure if rules changed.

Whether they changed or not, someone involved w/camp has i.d.'ed the 'boat' part of the IRS rules and are driving that this form be sent to the donor and that we file the same paperwork with the IRS.

It's a small camp (not YMCA size), non-profit, but they do a tax return.

Think folks want to make sure all the i's are dotted and t's are crossed.

But I just ask if this work isn't necessary - if they could just do letters to the they did in the past

thanks again
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