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According to the Australian Taxation Office, Organisations entitled to receive tax deductible gifts are called 'deductible gift recipients' (DGRs). You can only claim a tax deduction for gifts or donations to organisations that have DGR status. On the same page, they provide a link at which you can check the DGR status of the organisation of interest: You ...


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I can't comment on Australia tax law but I can answer that in the United States a 501(c)(6) corporation isn't a charity. 501(c)(6) organizations are a type of non-profit. That means that they don't have to pay income tax. That doesn't mean that people that donate money or stuff to them can claim the charitable deduction. Charities are 501(c)(3) non-profit ...


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