.01 Cash Contributions
Monies received from an organization, agency, relative or nonparticipant intended to cover items within the standard of need(g) are countable.
 
Cash contributions received from relatives or nonparticipants are countable. (When monies are paid directly to a vendor, see Vendor Payments for keying procedures)
 
Key the OT Unearned Income Code in the INC TYPE field on UNIC.
 
CA EXCEPTION
Voluntary Agency reception and placement (VOLAGS) financial assistance provided to refugees during the refugee's initial 30 day period in the U.S. are not countable.
An SSI recipient who is receiving SSI income may voluntarily contribute to a budgetary unit. Count the contribution when all of the following apply:
The SSI recipient would not otherwise be required to be included in the budgetary unit
The SSI recipient's income cannot otherwise be considered available to the budgetary unit
The contribution must be for other than the SSI recipient's share of the expenses.
NOTE For jointly owned accounts, see Joint Accounts.
Key the OA Unearned Income Code in the INC TYPE field on UNIC.
NA EXCEPTION
A cash contribution received from a charitable nonprofit organization that does not exceed $300 in a calendar quarter is not countable.
A cash contribution received from a charitable nonprofit organization that exceeds $300 in a calendar quarter is countable.
For all other cash contributions see, cash gifts.
NOTE For jointly owned accounts, see Joint Accounts.
Key cash contributions received in the INC TYPE field on UNIC as OA for CA.