Endowment Donor Agreement
If, at any time, the donor does not behave himself without due consideration of public morality and decency, or if the donor commits an act or is involved in a situation or is involved in a situation or event, which tends to degrade the donor in the Community, or which carries the donor in public contempt or public scandal or which seriously and negatively carries the reputation or activity of the charity, whether information is made public or not, the charity has the right to withdraw the donor`s recognition rights, as required by the donor. This was also included in section 11 of the template for the gift arrangement above. Here is a model gift scheme created for real estate by Tulsa County. A moral clause or moral clause is a small but important segment that you can add to your gift contracts. A moral clause is used to define certain circumstances that would be inconvenient or detrimental to the reputation and values of an organization. According to Lynne Wester, not-for-profit organizations must protect their organizations from unreasonable risks. Most non-profit organizations depend on the goodwill of the public service to attract donors. A close relationship with someone whose name has been severely damaged can damage the reputation of the non-profit organization and its ability to gain support. Since a not-for-profit organization must keep accurate records of donations received, a donor must keep a donation record, especially when it comes to the tax period.
A specific agreement on gifts and other financial documents will help keep the non-profit organization and donor on the same page. According to the Pennsylvania Land Trust Association, a written agreement is needed to: AICPA.org piece, here, delves into thinking in negotiating and developing gift contracts. If, at any time, the donor or his name may affect the public trust or reputation of the organ, including moral turbulence, the organ has the right, with the agreement of the board of directors, to remove the name or to return the gift. It is also understood and understood that gift funds received can be placed by a third party that best defines the investment options for this endowment fund (see #4 item below). The Foundation`s spending policy will be the policy defined and approved by the Board of Directors, which probably includes only the use of annual interest and does not enter into the Fund`s capital to protect and immortalize growth. This resource contains useful information on why a gift deal may be necessary and important and how you can start with an agreement. The following section, entitled `Gift Template Agreement`, contains a gift agreement that has been modelled by an agreement established by the Community Foundation of Collier County.