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Why sell for charity?
List your item for charity - it's a win-win!
- Highlight your listing with the eBay for Charity charity ribbon.
- Listings that benefit charity sell faster and for higher final selling price
- When your listing sells, eBay credits back a portion of seller fees.
- All donations are tax deductible.
List any item for your charity and donate between 10-100% of the proceeds.
After the item sells, PayPal Giving Fund, eBay's nonprofit partner, collects your donated proceeds and eBay then credits your selling fees proportional to the amount donated. Learn more.
PayPal Giving Fund processes the donation and distributes it to your designated charity. Learn more.
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Why did I get a donation invoice?
When a seller lists an item on eBay to benefit a charity, eBay collects the donation part of the proceeds of that item sale by charging the PayPal account provided in my eBay. If you do not have a PayPal account set to use as your Charity payment method (used only for donations), or if the PayPal account could not be charged for some other reason, eBay will send you a monthly invoice for all donations due. Once you pay the invoice, eBay will send the donation(s) to the specified charity via the PayPal Giving Fund. To avoid receiving invoices in the future, make sure that you have a valid PayPal account set as your Charity payment method in my eBay.