Epilepsy Foundation Donation Receipt Template

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Updated June 03, 2022

An Epilepsy Foundation donation receipt is used to show proof of a contribution and is meant to be kept in the donor’s records of that tax year until it comes time to itemizing tax deductions. As a 501(c)(3) charity, the Epilepsy Foundation accepts donations such as clothing, cash, stocks and monetary items that go in support of the 3.4 million people in the US living with Epilepsy.

Tax Identification Number (EIN) – 52-0856660

Donation Methods

For a full list of ways to give, see Epilepsy Foundation’s Ways to Give page.

  • Online Donation – Make a one-time or recurring cash payment online via credit card or PayPal.
  • Donate by Mail – Make payable to Epilepsy Foundation and mail it to: (Attn: Donor Services) Epilepsy Foundation 8301 Professional Place East, Suite 200 Landover, MD 20785

How to Write

Download: Adobe PDF


1 – Download The Epilepsy Foundation Of America Receipt Using This Site

Select the “Adobe PDF” text link above this sentence to download, then open and fill out the receipt required to verify an Epilepsy Foundation Of America donation.


2 – Name The Donation Date

The calendar date when the donation is delivered or picked up by the Epilepsy Foundation Of America should be listed on the blank line with the label “Pick-Up Date.”             


3 – List Each Item Being Donated

Notice that below the date you have just entered are two columns. Let us attend to the first column, titled “Item,” where you must give an ample description of what is being donated. For instance, if it is a sewing machine or bicycle, then also report the model or even the serial number.     


4 – Document The Donation Value

Naturally, interested Tax Entities will want to know the exact “Value” of the item being donated. This will be based on the expected price the donated item could potentially be sold for in a fair market.      Print two copies of this paperwork, dispense one to the Donor, and retain one for your files.