Use the templates, or a similar form, on pages 14 and 15 to document in-kind contributions. In-kind contributions are third-party donations of goods, facilities, or services used to meet the matching requirement for the award of Transient Occupancy Tax revenues. Your organization is not required to use these exact forms if your organization has other means to record the data.
Do not include property, facilities, or services contributed by your own organization. The third-party donations must be necessary and reasonable for the project.
On the form, show how the value of each contribution was determined by filling in the appropriate boxes:
Examples of completed in-kind contribution reports are on pages 16 and 17 (Example A and B).
All in-kind items reported must:
If you have questions, please contact Lindsay Romack at [email protected].
To the best of our knowledge the below goods and/or services were donated to our organization in support of the project and are allowable costs per the approved project budget.
For third-party in-kind contributions, the fair market value of goods and services must be documented and feasibly supported.
Rates for third-party volunteer services must be consistent with those paid for similar work. In those instances in which the required skills are not found, rates must be consistent with those paid for similar work in the labor market.
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