Do Tote Bags or Charitable Deductions Help Giving?

December 2012
Moderate Voice;12/28/2012, p3
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The article presents the author's views on donation to charities that offer thank-you gifts. He comments that he had never got enticed by thank-you gifts to contribute to a not-for-profit organization and he observes them as a reverse incentive. He remarks that corporate sponsors donate at least some of the thank-you gifts offered by not-for-profits.


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