ISCC’s Procedure for Gifts Made in Honor, Memory, Birthday, or Wedding

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ISCC’s Procedure for Gifts Made in Honor, Memory, Birthday, or Wedding

On behalf of all the underprivileged and cancer stricken children that we serve, thank you for making a gift to honor your loved ones while making a difference.

When an individual gift is made to ISCC in honor of, memory of, or as a birthday or wedding gift, it is ISCC’s procedure to:

  1. To send an acknowledgment letter to the person(s) that has made the gift. The letter serves as your Tax Receipt.

  2. Please provide complete information about the person you would like to honor along with your personal note. ISCC will send a notification via email and/or mail to the person that is being honored along with the personal note from the contributor. The amount of the gift is not disclosed unless ISCC is asked to do so.

  3. When more than one gift is made in honor of someone besides the individual notifications ISCC sends a letter with names of all contributors and a total amount of gifts to the honoree.