BottleDrop Give Application

Please fill out the following form completely. Fundraising accounts can only be applied for and managed online. You must submit proof of federal tax-exempt status. For more information about our documentation requirements, click here.


Applications typically take about 10 business days to be processed after all documentation is received.


Approved accounts are charged a $25 processing fee, which is deducted from your first check request.


Upload federal document declaring non-profit tax ID number and tax-exempt status.


If your organization name and address do not match the name on the IRS letter, submit a letter on letterhead from the organization listed on the IRS letter. The letter must authorize your use of the tax ID number and provide a mailing address.


OBRC recommends all fundraising checks be sent to a nonresidential address or PO Box for account security. If you are unable to provide a nonresidential address, please download, sign, and email this document.


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This section relates to information on how your fundraiser appears on the BottleDrop website.

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This section pertains to the principle contact for the fundraiser. We will contact this person if there questions. Only this person is authorized to access the fundraiser account online.

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Questions? fundraisers@bottledropcenters.com


The following is a compilation of common tax-exempt organizations we have registered with BottleDrop Give and the documentation required for each type.


Don’t see your organization? Don’t hesitate to reach out with questions.


For your reference, here is an example of the "IRS Letter" we require.


4-H Group
Oregon 4H Foundation IRS letter AND a letter on 4H letterhead authorizing your group's use of the foundation's tax-exempt status

Animal Rescue
IRS Letter

Boy Scout or Cub Scout Troup
Chartering organization’s IRS letter AND a letter on letterhead authorizing troop's use of their tax-exempt status
OR
Boy Scouts of America IRS letter AND a letter on BSA letterhead authorizing troop's use of their tax-exempt status

Churches
IRS letter
OR
W-9 for the Church

Elks
IRS letter for Grand Lodge USA AND a letter on letterhead authorizing specific lodge’s use of their tax-exempt status

Girl Scout Troop
Girl Scouts of Oregon & Southwest Washington IRS letter AND a letter on letterhead from corporate office authorizing troop’s use of their tax-exempt status.

Knights of Columbus
Oregon K of C Charities IRS letter AND a letter on letterhead authorizing specific Council to use their tax-exempt status

Lions Club
IRS letter for International Association of Lions AND a letter on letterhead authorizing club’s use of their tax-exempt status.

Neighborhood Associations
IRS letter for specific association
OR
Neighborhood coalition’s IRS letter AND a letter on letterhead from neighborhood coalition authorizing specific association’s use of their tax-exempt status

PTA or PTO
Depending on how your organization is organized:
IRS letter for your specific PTA or PTO
OR
IRS letter for Oregon PTA AND a letter on letterhead from Oregon PTA authorizing group
OR
School’s W-9 AND a letter on school letterhead authorizing PTA to use the school’s tax-exempt status

Schools- Public & Private
W-9 (and a letter on letterhead authorizing group or club to use their tax-exempt status if applicable)

Sports Teams- Private
IRS letter for club/ team (and a letter authorizing specific team to use their tax-exempt status if applicable)

Sports Teams- School
W-9 from school AND a letter on school letterhead authorizing team to use their tax-exempt status

Subordinate Orgs
IRS letter from large parent/ umbrella organization AND a letter on official letterhead authorizing subordinate’s use of their tax-exempt status.

Veterans of Foreign Wars (VFW)
IRS letter