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Of the first €150 donated you will receive 80% back on your tax return

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Why become a member?

With your regular collaboration we will ensure that more people access the world of work, that young immigrants or former guardians have a home while they achieve their autonomy, that adolescents return to the studies they abandoned…

Join the Don Bosco Foundation and become a donor member so we can achieve it.

Now your solidarity goes further!

Of the first €150 you will receive 80% back on your tax return.

New tax advantages

Did you know that the tax relief percentages have increased and now your solidarity can go further without greater cost to you?

More tax information

After the publication of Royal Decree-Law 17/2020 of May 5, which modifies the tax-deductible percentages from 2020:

According to the tax regime:

Individuals (those who pay personal income tax) can deduct taxes from the total donations you make to the entity:

  • Donations of up to €150 80%
  • Donations of more than €151 and up, 80% of the first €150 and 35% of the rest.
  • If the donation is recurring (four consecutive years donating the same or greater amount) the percentage rises to 40%.
  • With a maximum deduction limit: up to 10% of the taxable base.

Legal entities (those that pay Corporate Tax, IS) can deduct taxes:

  • General donations 35%
  • Recurring donations 40%
  • With a maximum deduction limit: up to 10% of the taxable base

What is a recurring donation?

For a donation to be considered recurring, it must be true that in the four immediately preceding tax periods, donations, donations or contributions had been made to the same entity for an amount equal to or greater, in each of them, than that of the previous tax period. For example, for donations made during the year 2020, donations made in the years 2020, 2019, 2018 and 2017 will have to be analyzed.