Receive a tax deduction when you donate your used musical instrument to Presence.
** After submitting your form, email photos of the inside and outside of your instrument to: info@PresenceQuotient.org
Please make sure to include your full name in your email so that we can match it up with your donation form.
We cannot consider your donation without photos of the instrument.
** SERIOUS INQUIRIES ONLY **
Please only submit if you intend to follow through with your musical instrument donation to Presence.
Because the donation process involves various people and their time, we require that donors hold their instrument for 7 days after submitting the donation form.
(Presence reserves the right to refuse a donation item.)
Answers to Frequently Asked Questions:
1. Will I receive a tax deduction for my piano donation?
Presence is a non-profit organization, exempt from taxes under the 501(c)(3) section of the Internal Revenue Code, your musical instrument is tax deductible.
2. How will you value my musical instrument donation?
IRS rules do not allow donee organizations to value non-monetary donations. Therefore, we are only authorized to provide an acknowledgment letter which only details the item donated, with no value. With this letter, donors may claim a tax deduction of up to $500. Please refer to www.irs.gov for more details.
3. Is there a fee to have my piano picked-up?
There is absolutely no fee to piano donors to have their pianos removed.
4. What happens to the donated musical instrument?
Most of the musical instrument we receive are sold to raise money to fund our non-profit mission of promoting Christian family value.
5. Why do you require potential donors to hold their musical instrument for 7 days after submitting a donation form and photos?
Because the donation process involves various people and their time, we require that donors hold their instrument for 7 days after submitting the piano donation form.
We greatly appreciate your commitment to the seven day hold period and your patience during this time.
6. How is my musical instrument submission assessed?
Each musical instrument submission is given careful consideration. The photos of both the interior and exterior of the instrument that you provide help us to determine the condition of your instrument. The more photos and information you provide the better.
For piano donation, sometimes it is not possible to determine the instrument’s condition from photos alone, and it may be necessary to schedule an in-person inspection with a piano technician to determine the actual condition of the piano. Please note that in many cases, we are unable to accept pianos that are older than 30-40 years.
7. Who will pick-up my piano?
We only work with professional and fully insured piano movers. We will arrange for your piano to be picked-up by a local piano mover from your particular city and state. Since the piano movers we work with are separate from our organization, they are unable to provide you with a donation receipt when picking up your piano. Therefore, you will receive your acknowledgment letter after the piano has been picked-up.