Terms and Conditions
Official Logo Use Guidelines
The applicant must submit examples of all material being produced for the event. Approval must be obtained prior to the use of the name and logo for both the Ottawa-Gatineau Youth Foundation. Logos are available in color, black and white, French, English and bilingual versions.
Tax Receipts/ Business Receipts
The Ottawa-Gatineau Youth Foundation follows the guidelines that are set forth by the Canadian Revenue Agency. No exceptions can be made. Full names and mailing address with postal codes of those requesting tax receipts must be provided to the OGYF as soon as possible to ensure the timely issue of tax receipts.
In order to be receipted the donation must qualify as a gift. A gift is defined as a voluntary transfer of property without valuable consideration. To qualify as a gift, all three of the following conditions must be met:
- Some property, either in the form of cash or a gift-in-kind, is transferred from a donor to a registered charity. (A gift-in-kind involves property other than cash, such as equipment, shares or land.)
- The property is given voluntarily. The donor must not be obligated to part with the property, for instance as the result if a larger contract or a court order.
- The donor is transferring the property to the charity without expecting anything in return. No benefit of any kind may be provided to the donor or to anyone designated by the donor as a result of a gift (includes recognition, event entry, or chance at winning).
Sponsorship/ Mailing Lists
The Ottawa-Gatineau Youth Foundation is not able to assist with acquiring sponsorships for community events, nor able to provide you with a listing of our sponsors to help leverage your event. In accordance with the privacy guidelines of Ottawa-Gatineau Youth Foundation is not permitted to provide any mailing lists.