The American Cancer Society (“ACS”) is a qualified public charity under Section 501(c)(3) of the Internal Revenue Code (the Code).
Are donations to the American Cancer Society tax deductible?
Yes, monetary donations to the Society are tax-deductible (including donations to events like Relay For Life or Making Strides Against Breast Cancer); however, certain donations in which the donor receives a good or service in return for a donation are not tax-deductible or may be only partially deductible.
Is the American Cancer Society good to donate to?
Good. This charity’s score is 81.57, earning it a 3-Star rating. Donors can “Give with Confidence” to this charity.
What type of organization is the American Cancer Society?
The American Cancer Society, Inc., is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit corporation governed by a single Board of Directors that is responsible for setting policy, establishing long-term goals, monitoring general operations, and approving the organizational outcomes and allocation of resources.
What companies donate to American Cancer Society?
Walmart has been fighting cancer for nearly 60 years with the American Cancer Society. Walmart, the Walmart Foundation, and Walmart associates have contributed more than $100 million in total revenue support through payroll deductions and matching funds.
How do I send money to the American Cancer Society?
To donate to the American Cancer Society by phone, call 1-800-227-2345.
How much money does the CEO of American Cancer Society make?
Seffrin earned total compensation of $856,442 as CEO of the American Cancer Society last year, in addition to $77,859 as president of the ACS Cancer Action Network, the nonprofit, nonpartisan advocacy affiliate.
What is the best cancer Foundation to donate to?
|Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center||B+|
|Multiple Myeloma Research Foundation||A+|
|National Breast Cancer Coalition Fund||A|
|Ovarian Cancer Research Alliance||A|
How much of my donation actually goes to cancer research?
So, 66% of the money we give for cancer research is spent on research, only 5.1% of this 66% is likely to be spent on developing a drug that works and only 51% of these drugs that work are affordable for routine use by the NHS!