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Issue tax-deductible receipts for donations or ticket purchases
Issue tax-deductible receipts for donations or ticket purchases
Updated over a week ago

You can issue tax-deductible receipts for donations, or if a percentage of your ticket sales is tax-deductible, you can declare the percentage in the same receipt as well.

IMPORTANT: Humanitix cannot advise whether the donations you collect and ticket sales generated from your event are tax deductible. To learn more:


📑 Issue tax-deductible receipts for donations

  1. Create your donation option via the ticket types page

  2. Navigate to payments and fees > settings

  3. Select DGR Receipts section and click Yes

  4. Enter your charity details including:

    1. Charity name

    2. Charity registration number

    3. Receipt description

  5. Leave Splitting tickets into partial DGR receipts at “0” - this will ensure only amounts received as a donation will be included in the tax-deductible receipt and ticket sales will be separated

  6. Click Save

Once set up, donation receipts will be itemised in the tax invoice tickets buyers receive with their order confirmation email. Here’s an example with a AU$100 donation:


🎫 Issue tax-deductible receipts for ticket purchases

You can also issue tax-deductible receipts if your tickets include a donation amount within the ticket price

  1. Head to Payments and fees > Settings on the left-hand menu

  2. Select DGR receipts section and click Yes

  3. Enter your charity details including:

    1. Charity name

    2. Charity registration ID/Number

    3. Receipt description

    4. Splitting tickets into partial DGR receipts - Enter the % of the ticket price you wish to generate a DGR for

    5. Click Save


For example, if I am buying a AU$100 General Admission ticket that is 10% tax-deductible, and at the same time I’m making an AU$100 donation. Here’s what my receipt will look like:

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