This document can be used for a business or person preparing to make a donation to a non-profit organization organized pursuant to Section 501 (c) (3) of the Internal Income Code. In this document, the form filler may enter relevant identification details, for example. B whether the parties are individuals or companies, their contact information and, of course, all the details of the donation, including its monetary value. A donation contract, also known as a charitable agreement, provides written proof of a gift or gift given to a non-profit organization in the United States. A donation contract is important for both parties: the non-profit organization (often called a beneficiary) and the person or institution making a donation (often calling the donor). The charity must keep accurate records of donations received, but the donor must also keep a record of the donations he has made. Having specific financial documents in the file will help both parties register internally as well as on the tax date. Donation agreements in the United States are governed by the internal income code, which is overseen by the Internal Revenue Service (IRS). In particular, section 501 (c) (3) of the internal income code refers to non-profit organizations. In a donation contract entered the most important details of the relationship of the parties: things like the identity of the parties, a description of the donation and, if you wish, things like the form of receipt that was given and the intended use for the donation. A good donation contract also deals with withdrawal (if the donation can be withdrawn) and cost liability. Other names for the document: gift agreement, charitable contract, financial donation contract, non-profit donation contract, equipment donation contract.