Deductible Gift Recipients explained.
Deductions for gifts can be claimed by the person or organisation that makes the gift (the donor). A donor can be an individual, company, trust or other type of taxpayer.

Most deductible gift recipients (DGRs) are endorsed by the Australian Taxation Office (“ATO”). To be endorsed as a DGR, an organisation must fall within a general DGR category as specified under Australian tax law and meet the other conditions relating to that category.

We ask each charity to nominate their DGR status.

DGR Valid: This means the charity has indicated to us that they are registered with the ATO and donations made to them are tax deductible. You will need to contact the charity after donation to claim your registered receipt.

DGR Invalid: This means the charity is yet to confirm their status with us or they are not a registered DGR. This does not mean they cannot accept donations, only that these donations are not tax deductible.

IMPORTANT NOTE: The $2.95 Administration fee that Gift Me Charity charge with each donation is not tax deductible.

For more information on DGR information you can go here.