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Managing Tax Responsibilities

Many Thrivent chapter activities and Thrivent Builds activities involve donations from individuals that qualify as tax-deductible contributions. The following section covers information on related guidelines, disclosures and acknowledgement receipts.

Note: According to the Pension Protection Act of 2006, all monetary donations require some sort of verification to be tax deductible. This means more donors will need and request written acknowledgements/ receipts for donations made at chapter and/or Thrivent Builds activities. Therefore, it's very important to be aware of guidelines and requirements for providing receipts for donations.

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