What is the IRS Form 8283?

Individuals, partnerships, and corporations use IRS Form 8283 to report information to the IRS about noncash charitable contributions when the amount of their contribution for all noncash gifts is more than $500. Fidelity Charitable currently provides donors, or the contributing third-party entity, with an IRS Form 8283 when their previous year's noncash charitable contributions to Fidelity Charitable meet this criteria. However, for the 2023 tax year, Fidelity Charitable will no longer provide an IRS Form 8283 if contributions are received without complete tax recipient information, including entity name, Tax ID number, and address. If needed, a blank IRS Form 8283 is available on the IRS website.