For members outside of the U.S.
Please note that PETA U.S. is only a registered
charity in the United States which may impact your eligibility for tax benefits.
This may also limit the gift options presented in the information available to
you on this website or in our materials we may send to you.
PETA has affiliates in the U.K., The Netherlands, Germany,
Hong Kong, and India, all of which are
registered charities in their respective countries only. PETA Australia and PETA France are not registered charities
but can receive bequests.
For members in Canada
interested in receiving a Canadian tax credit for your bequest or donation? Contact
us to learn more about the Tides Canada PETA Fund. Like many advocacy and
campaigning organizations in Canada, PETA is not recognized as a charity under
Canadian law, so donations made directly to PETA are not tax-creditable against
Canadian income. However, donations and bequests made to the PETA Fund at the
Tides Canada Foundation, a qualified Canadian charity, may be eligible for a
Canadian tax credit. Whether you qualify for a tax credit depends on what kinds
of assets are included in your estate. We recommend that you consult with a
qualified legal counsel to determine the tax implications of your donation
and/or bequest. For more information, please
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