Donations to the Ikebana Iwaya Fund are tax-deductible and can be designated for Ikebana International chapters, ikebana schools, study groups, or independent ikebana organizations.
All donations to the Ikebana Iwaya Fund, either designated or undesignated, are tax deductible [IRS 501(c)3]. Ikebana Iwaya Fund forwards one hundred percent of the designated funds.
Types of Donations
Ikebana International Chapter
Ikebana Study Group (Chapter)
19th I.I. North & Central American Conference 2024
I.I. NCAR Advocates
Tanimune Memorial Scholarship Fund
HOw do I make a Donation to the iwaya fund?
The Donation Form and payment can be made online. You may also download the form and mail it with a check as indicated on the form.
Will the Iwaya Fund provide me with a tax receipt for my donations?
All donations are acknowledged with a tax-deductible receipt.
What is a designated donation?
Donations can be designated to an organization, an event, or ikebana activity.
what if I do not designate my donation?
Donations made to the general fund are used to grants.
Does the Iwaya Fund accept legacy donations?
Legacy donations are accepted. Please contact us for information you may need to formalize it.
does the iwaya fund accept in-kind donations?
The Iwaya Fund solicits and accepts gifts that are consistent with its mission and core programs, as well as special projects. Gifts of real property, personal property, and securities may be accepted upon review.
are donations from outside the united states accepted?
We accept donations from anywhere in the world. Some countries have treaties with the US that will also honor them as charity donations.
To submit your donation: 1. Fill out the Donation Form 2. Submit your payment
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Should you need a hardcopy of the Donation Formdownload the PDF.