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  Selling pieces of a building as a fundraiser. Frequently Asked Questions

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If the institution sells a piece of a building such as bricks, stadium seats, floor tiles, etc. the donor will have been considered to have made a gift of which the amount is the difference between the fair market value of the asset sold and the amount received.
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