4 Paws for AbilityA 501(c)(3) OrganizationVisit Site
The 4 Paws for Ability, Inc. mission is to: • Enrich the lives of children with disabilities by the training and placement of quality, task trained service dogs to provide increased independence for the children and assistance to their families. • Enrich the lives of veterans from recent conflicts whom have lost the use of their limbs or their hearing while in active combat. • Educate the public to accept the use of service dogs in public places • Assist with animal rescue when possible
Adore-A-Bull RescueA 501(c)(3) OrganizationVisit Site
Our mission to save pit bulls begins with rescue of the neglected, abused, and misunderstood. Through our caring fosters we nurture and rehabilitate. Through our voice we educate and change minds. Through our work we match companions to families. Our mission will never end.
Alzheimer's Association of Greater CincinnatiA 501(c)(3) OrganizationVisit Site
Our Vision: A world without Alzheimer’s. Our Mission: To eliminate Alzheimer’s disease through the advancement of research, to provide and enhance care and support for all affected, and to reduce the risk of dementia through the promotion of brain health.
American Cancer Society, Relay for LifeA 501(c)(3) OrganizationVisit Site
The American Cancer Society is the nationwide, community-based, voluntary health organization dedicated to eliminating cancer as a major health problem by preventing cancer, saving lives and diminishing suffering from cancer through research, education, advocacy and service.
American Cancer Society, Relay for Life of Blue Ash, Team LITBMA 501(c)(3) OrganizationVisit Site
The American Cancer Society is the nationwide, community-based, voluntary health organization dedicated to eliminating cancer as a major health problem by preventing cancer, saving lives and diminishing suffering from cancer through research, education, advocacy and service.
ArtsConnectA 501(c)(3) OrganizationVisit Site
ArtsConnect's mission is to create an engaged and vibrant community with quality of life enhancements through the arts, community events, and parks and recreation.
Autism Speaks WalkA 501(c)(3) OrganizationVisit Site
Autism Speaks Walk is the world’s largest event to raise awareness and funds in the autism community. This grassroots movement is powered by people on the autism spectrum, their families and friends, service providers, schools, businesses and local volunteers. Walkers advocate and take action for the diverse needs of the autism community. Their efforts help generate funds that fuel innovative research and make connections to critical lifelong supports and services. Join the movement today.
Autistic EndeavorsA 501(c)(3) OrganizationVisit Site
Autistic Endeavors, Inc is a coalition of parents, educators, and therapists who work together to raise funds to support autistic children and the programs that support them. We will create scholarships and grants to fund individualized educational programs that help children on the Autism Spectrum reach their full potential. We will help to increase Autism Awareness and benefit programs where autistic children can safely grow, learn, and socialize to empower them to become independent and contributing members of their community.
Baby Basics of CincinnatiA 501(c)(3) OrganizationVisit Site
Baby Basics of Cincinnati provides low income families in Hamilton county with diapers on a bi- monthly basis to decrease their financial burden and stress due to the cost of diapering their infants.
Brandon C. Gromada Head & Neck Cancer FoundationA 501(c)(3) OrganizationVisit Site
The mission of the Brandon C. Gromada Head & Neck Cancer Foundation is to increase public awareness of head and neck cancers, and raise funds for research seeking cures for these types of cancer.
Breast Wishes FoundationA 501(c)(3) OrganizationVisit Site
We grant wishes that bring joy to women and their families affected by breast cancer by gifting them with spa days, nice dinners, yoga retreats, family vacations and financial assistance.
Building Blocks for KidsA 501(c)(3) OrganizationVisit Site
Building Blocks for Kids envisions a community where the needs of children with physical, emotional and developmental challenges are being met. Our mission is to bridge the funding gap for products and services that help improve the quality of life for these children.
CancerFree KIDSA 501(c)(3) OrganizationVisit Site
CancerFree KIDS' mission is to eradicate cancer as a life threatening disease in children by funding promising research that may otherwise go unfunded.
Caring Hearts MinistriesA 501(c)(3) OrganizationVisit Site
Caring Hearts Ministry is an interdenominational non-profit made up of those of us who simply want to allow Jesus to use them to live out Matthew 25:35-26. Currently this is being accomplished through short terms missions trips and a permanent local Church in the impoverished town of San Luis Rio Colorado, Sonora, Mexico.Through the local church, an orphanage for boys, ministries to those with terminal illnesses, a soup kitchen and a blind center, our mission is to help meet the needs of those in San Luis and help build them up for brighter futures.
Cat Adoption TeamA 501(c)(3) OrganizationVisit Site
We are a 501(c)(3) non-profit volunteer ran organization that provides safe foster homes for cats until we can find their forever home. We are a no kill group and concentrate on pulling cats from county shelters to prevent euthanasia. We spay/neuter and vet the cats before they are adopted out. When we have funding, we provide supplies for low income folks so they may keep their pets in their homes. If you have love to give we provide all supplies for you to Foster a Kitty!
CHARGE for ConnorA 501(c)(3) OrganizationVisit Site
Connor was born on September 29, 2012 with a rare and complex genetic syndrome called CHARGE. He gained his angel wings on January 10, 2014. To celebrate Connor's life and continue his legacy, CHARGE for Connor is raising awareness, assisting individuals with CHARGE gain equipment, services and medical needs not covered by insurance, supporting the National CHARGE Syndrome Foundation, and aiding in the formation of a new clinic specific to CHARGE syndrome at Cincinnati Children's Hospital.
Cincinnati Lab RescueA 501(c)(3) OrganizationVisit Site
Our goal is to meet the needs of each dog as an individual and to assure proper placement in a loving forever home.
Cincinnati VisionwalkA 501(c)(3) Organization
To drive the research that will provide preventions, treatments and cures for people affected by the entire spectrum of retinal degenerative diseases. A cure is in sight and you can help us.
Clare Schibi Memorial Foundation, Inc.A 501(c)(3) OrganizationVisit Site
To provide funding for children and families of children with special needs.
Clermont DD Empowers MEA 501(c)(3) OrganizationVisit Site
Clermont DD Empowers ME is a 501 (c)(3) non-profit organization whose mission is to assist the Clermont County Board of Developmental Disabilities to seek funding for programs and services for individuals served and to support their mission, vision and goals of empowering people with disabilities.
Clifton PlayersA 501(c)(3) OrganizationVisit Site
Clifton Players is dedicated to creating opportunities for people to embrace and express their creative spirit. With camps, workshops and classes for all ages — from toddlers to seniors — Clifton Players outreaches in the community, while bringing cutting edge, thought-provoking plays in our theatre space in the historic Gaslight Clifton district.
Cure Starts Now FoundationA 501(c)(3) OrganizationVisit Site
Our mission is to Educate, Aid and Fund Cures for Pediatric Brain Cancer.
Disaster Recovery International FoundationA 501(c)(3) OrganizationVisit Site
To promote disaster risk reduction through partnership and education. To aid recovery efforts through fundraising and volunteerism.
Dragonfly FoundationA 501(c)(3) OrganizationVisit Site
The Dragonfly Foundation provides comfort and joy to kids and young adults enduring cancer and bone marrow transplants (BMT). In addition, we support quality of life needs at the hospitals we serve.
Easter Seals TriState, Operations Vets THRIVEA 501(c)(3) OrganizationVisit Site
Easter Seals TriState's Operation Vets THRIVE program assists local Veterans with emergency assistance, education, and employment services. Providing these services allows Veterans the opportunity to effectively transition from military service to civilian life and to live, work, and thrive in our community.
Emergency Shelter of Northern KentuckyA 501(c)(3) OrganizationVisit Site
Our mission is to provide shelter which is life-saving in the winter and life-changing in the summer. We believe homelessness is an emergency and that shelter is a basic necessity for human beings. We believe that only when this basic necessity is provided, do human beings have the ability to recover from homelessness.
Families with Autism Spectrum DisorderA 501(c)(3) OrganizationVisit Site
Our mission is to provide a safe, welcoming environment where individuals with autism and their families can participate in social and life skills programs designed to promote autism awareness, personal well-being, educational opportunities, and encourage independence.
GIVEHOPE Pancreatic Cancer Research & Awareness FundA 501(c)(3) OrganizationVisit Site
We are an all-volunteer organization supporting SW OH cancer patients, their families, and researchers at the University of Cincinnati. We aim to expedite progress in the fight against pancreatic cancer, the 4th deadliest form of cancer in the US. Since late 2010, GIVEHOPE and our corporate partner, BSI Engineering, have raised more than $215,000 to benefit pancreatic cancer research, education, prevention and awareness, with a particular focus on greater Cincinnati. GIVEHOPE has endowed more than $37,000, including 25% of all donations, to support future research and awareness programs.
Hatmaker FoundationA 501(c)(3) OrganizationVisit Site
To close the education divide by providing Oyler Students with programs and services that will empower them to reach their academic potential.
Healthy Moms & BabesA 501(c)(3) OrganizationVisit Site
Healthy Moms & Babes is a Catholic-based organization that answers God’s call to serve at-risk women of childbearing age and their children so that they may survive and thrive.
Holiday for HeroesA 501(c)(3) OrganizationVisit Site
Mission Statement: To honor and empower the families and children of our nation’s military and first responders who have been wounded or killed in the line of duty. We provide scholarships to children of our Military and First Responders who have had their formative years affected by the parents service to our Country and our Communities. We also provide hardship grants to our Military Veterans and First Responders who have come upon an unexpected hardship in their lives
Hope's ClosetA 501(c)(3) OrganizationVisit Site
Hope's Closet desires to build intentional relationships to restore broken families as we LOVE displaced children and their families, PROVIDE encouragement, support, and material needs, and INSPIRE hope in a loving God.
Hospice of Cincinnati & FernsideA 501(c)(3) OrganizationVisit Site
Hospice of Cincinnati provides the best quality and most meaningful end of life experience to all who need care and support in our community.
I Love You More Than You Know ProjectA Non-501(c)(3) OrganizationVisit Site
Our mission is to help the community realize that addiction is a disease and to help fund an addict and their family to receive medical rehabilitation. The I Love Your More Than You Know project was founded by Jordan Stockelman who lost her mother to alcohol addiction. Her goal is to help an addict and their family who can not afford the treatment get the assistance they need and want
IKRON CorporationA 501(c)(3) OrganizationVisit Site
The mission of IKRON is to assist adults and youth who use IKRON’s services to build self confidence, attain greater self sufficiency, lead more meaningful and fulfilling lives and to obtain and maintain satisfying employment.
International Mission for ChildrenA 501(c)(3) OrganizationVisit Site
Adhering to the call of the Gospel and inspired by the spirit of our founder Venerable Michael Joseph McGivney, we, members of the Knights of Columbus, Councils 3376, 15533, A-801, strive to uphold the Gospel to assist needy children in developing countries. We endeavor to help children by offering them religious and secular education, in pursuit of knowledge, realize their God-given potential., and in the spirit of charity, share the Gospel values with others.
Jeffrey G. Hoeh Memorial FundA 501(c)(3) OrganizationVisit Site
To reach out with hope and caring to people who are suffering from cancer or other debilitating diseases by providing financial and social support. We can't change the circumstances but we can make some things a little better.
Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation Southwest OhioA 501(c)(3) OrganizationVisit Site
Our mission is to accelerating life-changing breakthroughs to cure, prevent and treat T1D and its complications.
Kate's CupboardA Non-501(c)(3) OrganizationVisit Site
Kate's Cupboard is an outreach ministry designed to strengthen God's family and our community through assistance to mothers and children.
KinderveltA 501(c)(3) OrganizationVisit Site
Kindervelt is dedicated to raising funds for Children's Hospital Medical Center. We believe in creating an environment which provides a foundation for building friendships and productive relationships within the organization and throughout the community. Kindervelt is an opportunity for individuals to come together and make a difference in the lives of children.
League for Animal WelfareA 501(c)(3) OrganizationVisit Site
Our mission is to reduce the number of homeless cats and dogs in Greater Cincinnati by providing a compassionate no-kill animal shelter and programs that promote responsible pet care.
Life Learning CenterA 501(c)(3) OrganizationVisit Site
The Life Learning Center delivers a holistic, integrated continuum of education and care to equip our “at-risk” citizens to step up to their highest potential.
Little Miami River Chamber AllianceA 501(c)(3) OrganizationVisit Site
Our mission is to serve as the leading advocate for the business community and a catalyst for for business development and growth.
LuvFurMutts Animal RescueA 501(c)(3) OrganizationVisit Site
Luvfurmutts, a 501c3, is a volunteer-based animal rescue that operates a foster program which re-homes unwanted pets to caretakers of all ages; in particular to seniors. Our goal is to offer a loving home to all pets and to provide care to those pets in need of medical attention. We provide education and promote awareness to the general public to control the pet population through spaying/neutering, and adopting animals from shelters rather than breeders and puppy mills.
Make A Wish Foundation of Ohio, Kentucky & IndianaA 501(c)(3) OrganizationVisit Site
Make-A-Wish grants the wishes of children with life-threatening medical conditions to enrich the human experience with hope, strength, and joy.
Melanoma Know MoreA 501(c)(3) OrganizationVisit Site
Melanoma Know More strives to reduce the impact of melanoma through awareness, education, support of medical research, and assistance to persons affected by melanoma.
Mike Moehring Scholarship FundA 501(c)(3) Organization
This scholarship is in memory of Mike Moehring and provides a high school tuition scholarship to graduates of Holy Family Grade School in Price Hill.
Muscular Dystrophy Association of Cincinnati/Southwest OhioA 501(c)(3) OrganizationVisit Site
At MDA — the Muscular Dystrophy Association — our mission is to save and improve lives for people fighting muscle disease. We fund research to find treatments and cures, support and empower families and rally communities by aligning with supporters who care.
National Kidney Foundation of Greater Cincinnati - Team MissyA 501(c)(3) OrganizationVisit Site
The National Kidney Foundation is the leading organization in the U.S. dedicated to the awareness, prevention and treatment of kidney disease for hundreds of thousands of healthcare professionals, millions of patients and their families, and tens of millions of Americans at risk. All money raised stays directly in our own community.
Parental HopeA 501(c)(3) OrganizationVisit Site
Parental Hope, Inc. is a 100% voluntary organization that is dedicated to raising awareness and educating the community about infertility-related issues, helping alleviate the emotional burden of infertility by providing support to those battling infertility, and helping minimize the financial burden of infertility by annually awarding the Parental Hope Family Grant, which provides financial assistance to those battling infertility, but do not have health insurance to cover the costs associated with the necessary medical treatment.
Pathways to HomeA 501(c)(3) OrganizationVisit Site
Pathways to Home provides education and encouragement in order to build healthy, thriving families. We provide home visitation services to low-income, first time mothers. Our goal in working with families is to encourage healthy parenting and appropriate child development, as well as, to enable self-sufficiency and aid in ending childhood poverty.
Patty Brisben Foundation for Women's Sexual HealthA 501(c)(3) OrganizationVisit Site
The Patty Brisben Foundation for Women’s Sexual Health aims to lead change by directing resources and funding research to advocate for women’s sexual health and advance the understanding of the issues facing women’s sexuality.
PEF Save The Murals /Princeton High SchoolA Non-501(c)(3) Organization
To Save, and relocate to a permanent, prominent location on the new Princeton High School campus, the historic, Cambridge Tile, 1958, Shakespeare Mural, by famous Cincinnati artist Carl Zimmerman. It is our goal to let the relevant message of the artist, Carl Zimmerman to remain front and center at our school and in our city, so his challenge to us through the story of the mural... to appreciate and nurture our education, because it is a gift that will guide us like a beacon through every phase of our life, will stand for generations to continue to act as a touchstone to encourage all students and people who come in contact with it and view its' message of beautiful truth!
Price Hill WillA 501(c)(3) OrganizationVisit Site
We will create a positive revolution in Price Hill by engaging the "positive core" of all people and living systems, and expanding that rich potential, creating individuals and organizations that are themselves agents of community benefit. We will accomplish this through Community Action Teams and real estate development designed to promote Price Hill as a neighborhood of choice. These services will be offered without regard to race, color, creed, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, age, disability, veteran status, citizenship status, genetic information, or any other characteristic protected by applicable law.
Project PeaceA 501(c)(3) OrganizationVisit Site
The mission of Project Peace is to promote hope and peace for families affected by head & neck cancer by providing practical services and offering emotional support throughout the diagnosis, treatment and recovery stages to allow families to focus on what is most important – Winning the battle against cancer.
Putting For Parkinsons via Ft Thomas ProvidesA 501(c)(3) OrganizationVisit Site
We exist to increase awareness of Parkinson's Disease and raise money for research through the Neuroscience Institute at University of Cincinnati. We also set aside 20% of our revenue to assist a local person/family with expenses for medical bills or other needs, such as a wheelchair ramp or other home modifications.
Queen City FoundationA 501(c)(3) OrganizationVisit Site
Our mission is to motivate academically talented minority students to apply for admission to independent college preparatory schools; To assist such students attending independent schools in maximizing their experience and development in education and leadership, through supportive services.
Recycled Doggies, Inc.A 501(c)(3) OrganizationVisit Site
Recycled Doggies’ mission is to prevent the euthanization of homeless dogs and cats through rescue, fostering, and adoption of shelter animals and to provide assistance to the Cincinnati community in the form of low-cost veterinary care and pet food assistance to help residents keep their pets healthy, prevent pet over-population, and help residents feed their pets during difficult economic times.
Save the Animals FoundationA 501(c)(3) OrganizationVisit Site
A no-kill, non profit, volunteer run shelter and adoption center for over 600 dogs and cats, many of whom have been abused, abandoned or literally tossed away. Teams of volunteers work with the animals two shifts a day, 365 days a year, providing them with a safe and caring environment until we can place them in permanent, loving homes.
Sheltered Paws Dog RescueA 501(c)(3) OrganizationVisit Site
Sheltered Paws Dog Rescue is a non-profit organization dedicated to helping save shelter dogs by placing them in loving forever homes or in temporary, loving foster homes to get them ready for adoption. We focus on moms and babies, long-time residents of the shelter, and dogs with special needs. We often purchase for the shelter heartworm medicine that helps prevent euthanization of otherwise healthy dogs, and we also promote shelter dog health through buying things not in budget (like special healthy treats).
Shriners Hospital's for Children - CincinnatiA 501(c)(3) OrganizationVisit Site
Shriners Hospitals for Children’s mission is to provide the highest quality care to children within a compassionate and family-centered environment. This mission is carried out without regard to race, color, creed, sex or sect, or ability of a family to pay.
Soaring Spirits Aviation Inc.A 501(c)(3) OrganizationVisit Site
Soaring Spirits Aviation, a public benefit aviation organization, has a two-fold mission: offering aviation exposure to area youth and charitable air transportation to medical facilities for families in need. Our goal for the youth aviation portion is to inspire the next generation to embrace careers in aviation through seminars and discovery flights.
St. John the Baptist School - HarrisonA 501(c)(3) OrganizationVisit Site
St. John the Baptist is a Catholic faith-filled community educating each child spiritually, academically, socially, physically, and emotionally in order to develop the student's full potential. Together with families and parish community, we are committed to providing an environment where students learn to live the Gospel message of Jesus Christ.
St. Joseph OrphanageA 501(c)(3) OrganizationVisit Site
St. Joseph Orphanage has been serving children and families of Greater Cincinnati for more than 185 years. It is a comprehensive behavioral health and education treatment agency whose mission is to help children and their families on the road to recovery and success through a wide variety of programs including special education, residential programs, therapy, foster care, and after-school programs.
St. Michael School, RipleyA 501(c)(3) OrganizationVisit Site
St. Michael School is a learning community built on the precepts of the Catholic Faith and dedicated to the growth of each child and their parents, as primary educators. St. Michael School prepares each student to confidently meet the challenges of the changing world through academic excellence, spiritual growth, and service to the Brown County community.
Susan G Komen Southwest OhioA 501(c)(3) OrganizationVisit Site
Our mission is to save lives and end breast cancer forever by empowering people, ensuring quality of care for all and energizing the science to find the cure.
Sweet Cheeks Diaper BankA 501(c)(3) OrganizationVisit Site
Sweet Cheeks Diaper Bank partners with local social service agencies to provide diapers to low-income families while raising awareness of the basic health need for diapers. Our mission is to eliminate the existence of diaper need in our community so that ALL babies have a chance to be healthy, happy, and safe.
The Brian W Schira 102 Scholarship FundA 501(c)(3) OrganizationVisit Site
Our mission is to assist firefighters in obtaining advanced life saving skills and education in order to increase their ability to protect their communities without compromising their own safety. This education minimizes the loss of life for firefighters and civilians alike.
The Jeff Weber Always Lifting Spirits FoundationA 501(c)(3) OrganizationVisit Site
Always Lifting Spirits will strive to support and improve the quality of life for Greater Cincinnatians living with ALS. We will do so following the example and inspiration provided by Jeff Weber who lost his battle in August of 2013.
The Spirit of CincinnatusA 501(c)(3) OrganizationVisit Site
The Spirit of Cincinnatus is a non-profit charitable organization formed by the members of The Rusty Griswolds to honor and continue the unselfish volunteer spirit and values embodied by the great Roman leader, Cincinnatus. The organization's mission is to improve the overall quality of life in and around the city that is name for the leader by providing assistance for life's unexpected challenges and opportunities. In addition, a key initiative of the organization will be to provide an operational foundation for The Rusty Ball.
The St. Baldrick's FoundationA 501(c)(3) OrganizationVisit Site
The St. Baldrick’s Foundation is a volunteer-powered charity committed to funding the most promising research to find cures for childhood cancers and give survivors long, healthy lives.
The Three Rivers Acclaim FoundationA 501(c)(3) OrganizationVisit Site
The purpose of this foundation shall be to ensure the future of Three Rivers Fine & Performing Arts Programs and assist the directors and student members with any worthwhile undertaking or venture that would promote, support, and benefit the fine & performing arts programs of Taylor High School, Taylor Middle School, and Three Rivers Elementary School. Such assistance shall be done without attempting to direct the functions or policies of the Board of Education, the administration, or its teachers.
Tri State CART (County Animal Response Team)A 501(c)(3) OrganizationVisit Site
Our mission is to coordinate, educate and train volunteers to prepare for and respond to any local, area, natural and manmade disasters in designated counties around the Cincinnati tri-state area. When activated, we will provide temporary care and shelter for any impacted animals, thus reducing public health hazards and expediting the evacuation of animal owners.
Tri-State Bleeding Disorder FoundationA 501(c)(3) OrganizationVisit Site
The Tri-State Bleeding Disorder Foundation is committed to helping support and care for those individuals within our community affected by a Bleeding Disorder. Our goal is to help those individuals realize their full potential. We shall do this by educating our community, advocating to our government for support, and helping further research to improve our care and someday find a cure.
Truckers Final MileA 501(c)(3) OrganizationVisit Site
Truckers Final Mile reunites North American Truck Drivers and Their Family in Times of Crisis
Turpin LacrosseA 501(c)(3) OrganizationVisit Site
Turpin Lacrosse is a self-funded sport that falls under the supportive umbrella of the Turpin Athletic Boosters. Turpin Lacrosse promotes good sportsmanship, character, and fitness in a competitive team environment. We are looking to raise money for functions related to Turpin High School Athletics and other student programs, including operation concessions, providing equipment and awards, ultimately helping our athletes perform and represent Turpin High School to the best of their abilities.
Unified for UgandaA 501(c)(3) OrganizationVisit Site
Unified for Uganda is a non-profit organization that financially and emotionally supports the education of destitute children in northern Uganda through the empowerment of global youth.
Visiting Nurse AssociationA 501(c)(3) OrganizationVisit Site
To provide the highest quality home and community based health and support services to individuals promoting health, dignity, independence and self-sufficiency.
Warm Welcomes Foster Care Outreach, Inc.A 501(c)(3) OrganizationVisit Site
Our mission is to partner with community members of all ages to encourage, empower, and enrich the lives of youth in foster care. We are a volunteer organization which directly impacts children in foster care and their families by offering necessity items and enrichment opportunities to help children become more fully integrated into their communities. We seek to promote a lasting sense of self-worth and healing for youth in foster care.
Boys & Girls Club of New RichmondA 501(c)(3) OrganizationVisit Site
The mission of the Boys & Girls Clubs of New Richmond is to enable all young people, especially those who need us most, to reach their full potential as productive, caring, responsible citizens.
- When ordering tickets, you will be asked to select an organization that your charitable contribution will help support.
If you don’t already have an organization in mind, please look through the list above.
- The charitable contribution value of your ticket purchase may be tax deductible. A charitable contribution is the amount you pay that is more than the value of the merchandise, goods or services received.
The proceeds of The Rusty Ball, less the expenses, will be disbursed among all Beneficiaries on a pro-rata basis determined by the percentage of ticket sales for each beneficiary.
Example: Organization #1 sells 5% of total tickets, 5% of The Rusty Ball's proceeds, after expenses, will be disbursed to Organization #1.
This does not include basket raffle, silent or live auction items that are donated for a specific organization. Proceeds from those items will go directly to the specific organization.
For example, Organization #1 submits Golf Clubs for Auction. They sell for $400 = $400 to Organization #1.
Your charitable contribution may or may not be tax deductible depending on which organization will ultimately receive the benefit:
A charitable contribution to a 501(c)(3) organization is a tax-deductible donation.
A charitable contribution to a NON 501(c)(3) organization is NOT a tax-deductible donation.