What is an in-kind contribution?

 
Home News Cai Music Essays Training Vocabulary Teaching Plan Forum

Definition
 

An in-kind contribution is a non-cash input which can be given a cash value.

Examples
 

Here are some examples of in-kind contributions:

 
  • A local community “loans” a school or a church to a literacy program for classroom space.
  • A government agency donates some paper to print books.
  • A consultant donates his time to your program.
  • A taxi company donates the use of its taxis at no cost or at a cost below market.
See also
 

Context for this page:

Page content last modified: 2 July 1998

Copyright © 2005-2008,Luxi ELT, All Rights Reserved
地 址:江西 * 萍乡 * 芦溪 邮 编:337200
ICP备案许可证:赣ICP备05007268号