Tangible Property

Artwork, automobiles, boats, RVs, motorcycles, and collectibles such as jewelry and coins are all tangible items that can be used to make charitable gifts.  Specific valuation and charitable deduction rules apply making each item more or less valuable as a gift for the giver.  However, once converted to cash (or put to use by the ministry) – tangible items can be very valuable to accomplish the ministry purpose and mission.