100% of proceeds from sales of merchandise goes to support The Harp Guitar Foundation
       International Customers: Please inquire for shipping rates New Foundation fundraiser CD: Order here

The Harp Guitar Foundation Sweatshirt

Silkscreen logo on 50/50 cotton/polyester

Available Sizes: ONLY SMALL AVAILABLE (select in drop-down box)
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Harp Guitar Gathering Merchandise
Once these already-nostalgic souvenirs are gone, they're gone!

HGG10 LONG-Sleeve cotton shirt $30

Available Sizes: S, XXL (just 1 of each available)

Please email to reserve

Bumper Stickers, only while they last!

HGG5 "Harp Guitar Evolution" by Geoff Richard: $1

HGG10 Grand Prairie, TX: $0.10 (please email to reserve)

HGG9 Milford, CT: $0.10

HGG8 Indy "Arpa Viola Caipira" logo: $.010

HGG7 Halloween "Pumpkin Dyer" logo: $0.10

HGG2: $0.10

HGG1: $0.10

Bumper Sticker
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Q: Is my merchandise purchase tax-deductible?
A: While cash donations to The Foundation are tax-deductible, merchandise is usually not, as most items are sold at, or well below "Fair Market Value" *

The Harp Guitar Foundation is organized and operated exclusively for charitable purposes within the meaning of the Internal Revenue Code 501(c)(3).

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* If you receive a benefit as a result of making a contribution to a qualified organization, you can deduct only the amount of your contribution that is more than the value of the benefit you receive.

If you pay more than fair market value to a qualified organization for merchandise, goods, or services, the amount you pay that is more than the value of the item may be a charitable contribution.

Example 1. You pay $75 for a dinner-dance at a church. All the proceeds of the function go to the church. The dinner, plus any entertainment or other services provided, has a fair market value of $25. Subtract the value of the benefit you received ($25) from your total payment ($75). You can deduct $50 as a charitable contribution to the church.

Example 2. At a fund-raising auction conducted by a charity, you pay $600 for a week's stay at a beach house. The amount you pay is no more than the fair rental value. You have not made a deductible charitable contribution.