Understanding and Drafting Nonprofit Gift Acceptance Policies Edit Title

Do you have a gift acceptance policy? Most nonprofit organizations do not have such a policy adopted until after the fundraising program is in place. This article by Kathryn W. Miree, Esq. will give the reader a greater understanding of the purpose of, as well as how to draft and adopt, gift acceptance policies.

Understanding And Drafting Nonprofit Gift Acceptance Policies | Planned Giving Design Center

Gift acceptance policies are rarely adopted at the inception of a nonprofit organization's fundraising program. Early development activities usually focus on cash, and occasionally marketable securities. There is little discussion of, or involvement with, other gift forms. Gift acceptance policies are a product of capital campaigns or planned giving campaigns in which planned giving concepts, such as gifts made from assets, split interest gifts, and deferred gifts are introduced.


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