Give to UJ Tax Benefits
The University of Johannesburg is a Public Benefit Organisation (PBO) in terms of the Income Tax Act (Section 30).
This means that a taxpayer (individual, trust or company) making a bona fide donation to a section 18A approved organisation is entitled to a deduction from the taxpayer’s taxable income.
PLEASE CONSIDER THE FOLLOWING BEFORE YOU DONATE
- Donations paid during the tax year may not exceed 10% of the taxable income of the taxpayer as calculated before allowing any deduction under section 18A.
- There must be no quid pro quo, no reciprocal obligations and no personal benefit for the donor. If the donee gives any consideration at all it is not a donation, i.e. it should be a “no strings attached” donation.
About Your Tax Certificate
We issue Section 18A Tax Certificates throughout the year.
Provided we have all the information required for the certificate, we aim to issue the certificate via email within 2 weeks of receiving the gift in our bank account.
It is important for us you to provide you with a correct Section 18A tax certificate. Please ensure that you insert the correct project reference code, provided by UJ, on your payment and tax certificate info form.
For further information on acquiring a Section 18A tax certificate,
THE MONEY WE RAISE HELPS SUPPORT THESE AREAS
UJ MISSING MIDDLE
AND BURSARY CAMPAIGN
By supporting the “Missing Middle and Bursary Campaign” your generosity will create a life-changing experience for
UJ INSTITUTES & FLAGSHIP
Your generosity towards your institute, or flagship programme of key interest will create a
life-changing experience for many students,
as well as our educators.
ELECTRONIC FUNDS TRANSFER||
VIRTUAL CARD SERVICES ONLINE|
An EFT is a convenient, flexible option where you control how much, exactly when, and how often you give.
Giving with VCS Online is a convenient and flexible option
THANK YOU FOR BEING A PART OF THE SOLUTION
UJ also acknowledges the support of our Alumni members.
Click here for further information on the UJ Alumni Network.