‘Donations’, particularly from corporate givers, may place obligations on a charity to acknowledge the gift in a particular way. Such commercial acknowledgements are construed as benefits with value (i.e. sponsorship). Examples include:

(1)displaying the sponsor’s logo in any acknowledgement or advertising;

(2)naming an event after a sponsor;

(3)free or reduced price tickets/priority booking rights, etc. to an event; and

(4)entertainment or hospitality facilities.

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