Sponsorship

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Sponsorship of social and cultural projects is an increasingly recurrent and important practice in the development of our country. Via the laws of fiscal incentive, funds or direct sponsorship, you or your company can contribute to NEOJIBA, financing our projects.

Participate in our journey towards social integration through music and contribute to our growth.

Companies

The Federal Law of Cultural Incentive (Law nº 8.313, 23 December 1991), called the Rouanet Law, allows companies to deduct from the owed taxes the amount spent in donations or sponsorships of cultural projects. Companies taxed via the Lucro Real can sponsor cultural projects, being able to deduct the invested value in their tax return, up to a limit of 4%.

The NEOJIBA projects approved in the Rouanet Law are encompassed in article 18 and allow companies to use the 100% exemption of the sponsorship amount in their tax return.

Take this opportunity and sponsor one of the NEOJIBA projects, associating your company’s brand to a consolidated Program of social integration through music, with notable artistic prestige.

Private Individuals

Any private individual who submits a full tax return can invest in cultural projects and receive the benefits of the Rouanet Law (Law nº 8.313, 23 December 1991), in up to 6% of the owed taxes.

The deduction of the sponsorship does not impact all the other deductions, such as education, health and dependents. In fact, it only helps, as investing in social and cultural projects is investing in the future and thinking beyond. You can select the option of sponsorship (with brand marketing) or donation (no brand marketing). Get in touch with our team and make your contribution.

Companies

Via the Programa Estadual de Incentivo a Cultura (Law nº 7.015, 09 December 1996), also called Fazcultura, the sponsor can deduct 80% of the invested value from the owed tax, using only 20% of its own resources.

Small and medium-sized companies can also sponsor projects through Fazcultura. Companies with revenues up to R$ 9, 6 million can direct a maximum of 10% of owed tax to sponsorships via Fazcultura. Companies with revenues up to R$ 19, 2 million can deduct up to 7, 5%. From the latter revenue level, the deduction is 5%.

Make use of this additional opportunity and sponsor one of the NEOJIBA projects, associating your brand to high visibility projects.

Companies

The Law nº 8.069/90 from the Child and Adolescent Statute, in its article 260, allows taxpayers to deduct the value of donations made to the Municipal Fund of Rights of the Child and the Adolescent, managed by the Municipal Council of Rights of the Child and the Adolescent.

Companies can deduct up to 1% of their taxes in the tax return to be submitted on the following year (art.60, II, Law 9.532/97 and Decree 3000/99). The resources are applied for the execution of projects approved by the Municipal Council of Rights of the Child and the Adolescent. NEOJIBA has projects with such approval and it awaits your contribution.

Private Individuals

Any private individual can deduct up to 6% of the estimated owed taxes for the following year (art.22, Law 9.532/97 and Decree 3000/99), or 3% of the actual owed taxed, defined at the moment that the tax return is completed, by the last day of the month of April (Law nº 12.594/12 – Art 87 of 18/01/12 and Normative Instruction FB nº 1.311 de 31/12/12).

Your contribution generates numerous benefits to the Institution, like the strengthening of its relationship and social role within the society.

But be attentive: when making your donation, you have to specify which NEOJIBA project will be the beneficiary.

For any queries, please contact our Institutional Development Team (+55 71 3032 1073 / doacao@neojiba.org).

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