Donating a piano can not only solve the problem of removing a piano from your home or church, but can also be quite rewarding! Donating a piano to someone, or an organization, like a church who can’t afford to buy one is a huge help for many people. The donation benefits everyone, a win-win, if you will. You can be specific who you donate a piano to:
- Donate a piano to a church
- Donate a piano to a child
- Donate a piano to a needy family
- Donate a piano to appear in a movie
- Donate a piano to a music teacher
Donating a piano also makes the challenges of having a piano removed a simple process. Usually the receiver will pay for the removal, transport, and delivery of the piano. Occasionally, the person or organization will contribute to the professional piano moving costs if they are in a hurry to have the piano removed, making the offer of the free piano even more enticing and beneficial to the receiver of the donated piano.
Pianos that are donated may also be eligible for a tax credit, so be sure to get a receipt for the donated piano just in case.
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Best way to donate a piano:
Be specific who you want to donate the piano to.
Donating a piano to a specific person, family, or organization helps you by knowing you donated the piano to the person, or place you visioned for the donation. It brings more satisfaction to your decision to donate the piano, and less chance for regrets after the fact.
Demand a professional piano mover is hired to take the donated piano.
When donating a piano you will want to be sure the people who move the piano are professionals and insured! Moving a piano can easily damage your floors, or other parts of your home. Pianos a heavy! They can break stairs, railings, moldings, and walls as well.
Get a receipt for the donated piano
Getting a receipt may come in handy as you may be able to write the donation off your taxes, or may even be needed for another reason at some point in the future. Be sure the receipt has the name, address, phone number, and any other contact info in case its needed for taxes, or later down the road. Getting a receipt after the donation is complete can be a lot more challenging, so be sure to get it during the donation process.