Thank you for visiting this page. Down Syndrome Association Western Cape is a registered welfare organisation. Contributions made to this organisation are income tax deductible. Your donation will help people with Down syndrome and their families.
OUR BANK DETAILS FOR CONTRIBUTIONS OR PAYMENTS
• ACCOUNT NAME: Down Syndrome Association Western Cape
• BANK: Absa
• BRANCH: Sanbel
• ACCOUNT NUMBER: 107-462-2344
• BRANCH CODE: 523 410
• TYPE: Cheque account
• SWIFT CODE: ABSAZAJJ
• REFERENCE: Your name or company name
Would you like to make a monthly contribution by way of debit order? Download the debit order form:
Debit Order form.pdf - July 2017 5:37 PM and send the completed form to: email@example.com.
CONTRIBUTIONS THROUGH PAYPAL
Click here if you would like to contribute to a specific project. The options available are Bank Transfer or through PayPal. If you would like to contribute through PayPal, please choose US dollar as currency. PayPal will convert it into Rand if your PayPal account is connected to your South African bank account – and if you are not using US dollars that might already be in your PayPal account.
SECTION 18A BENEFITS
The South African Government has recognised that certain organisations are dependent upon the generosity of the public and to encourage that generosity has provided a tax deduction for certain donations made by taxpayers. The eligibility to issue tax deductible receipts is dependent on section 18A approval granted by the TEU, and is restricted to specific approved organisations which use the donations to fund specific approved Public Benefit Activities. A taxpayer making a bona fide donation in cash or of property in kind to a section 18A-approved organisation, is entitled to a deduction from taxable income if the donation is supported by the necessary section 18A receipt issued by the organisation or, in certain circumstances, by an employees’ tax certificate reflecting the donations made by the employee. The amount of donations which may qualify for a tax deduction is limited.
From SARS web site – click here for more information.