As one of the leading not-for-profit organizations emphasizing energy efficiency in the state, Utah Energy Conservation Coalition, Inc. continues to work to make a positive impact in our communities and in our state. But we need your continued financial assistance! It’s never too late to make that tax deductible donation that you may need to get your taxes down. Contribute generously now for a more energy efficient Utah!
David A. Wilson
Utah Energy Conservation Coalition
is recognized by the Internal Revenue Service as a 501(c)(3) charitable educational & training non-profit organization. This means that contributions from individuals and businesses to Utah Energy Conservation Coalition are 100% tax deductible. The Utah Energy Conservation Coalition is supported by private, voluntary memberships and grants from governmental organizations, agencies, business firms, foundations, and individuals throughout the state as well as the nation who recognize the value of accurate, unbiased, and comprehensive energy information and research that can be readily disseminated to any and all interested parties.
Your tax-deductable contribution allows Utah Energy Conservation Coalition to:
- Inform Utah builders and home owners about new energy efficiency guidelines and programs
- Improve the energy efficiency and quality of new and existing homes in Utah
- Liaison between Energy Star, Rocky Mountain Power, Questar Gas and Utah builders and home owners for energy and utility rebates
- Develop websites, social networks and videos to convey the latest information on energy efficiency to our subscribers
…” provide training and resources to help individuals take specific actions that will allow them to have increased control over their comfort, costs, and consumption of energy.”
Both IPAD devices (Mac) and Android Tablets (PC) are extremely versatile tools which will help Utah Energy Conservation Coalition’s staff work more effectively. Any tablets produced in 2011 or later will be compatible with UECC’s system.
What to do before donating an electronic device:
- Clear the device. This is essential for maintaining your privacy. Not sure how to clear your tablet? Check out this helpful guide from Computer World that offers steps to clear a variety of devices.
- Include related materials. Please include any manuals, connection cables, software, etc. you have that you no longer need.
Tax elegibility for donating an electronic device
Business donors can deduct the un-depreciated value of the computer, and individuals can deduct the current market value of a computer.
Example: A computer and related software with a purchase price of $3,000, valued at $500 at time of contribution, receives a $500 deduction. Utah Energy Conservation Coalition will provide you with a tax receipt with the model and type of equipment donated.
Recipients are not authorized to appraise the value of the equipment. You are responsible for the determination of the value of your donated equipment.
Thank you for considering an electronics donation to Utah Energy Conservation Coalition. For more information, please contact David A. Wilson, director of UECC, at 801-765-0034 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Mail directly to our office
Utah Energy Conservation Coalition
112 South Mountain Way Drive
Orem, UT 84058-5118
The Utah Energy Conservation Coalition is recognized by the IRS as a 501(c)(3) charitable organization. We are also a member of the Utah Non-Profits Association.