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FUND 310 Chartstrings. Building a Restricted Gift Chartstring. Why So Many Chartstrings?. How you solicit may impact the chartstring. What the donors states in writing may impact the chartstring. The more restrictions you and the donor agree to, the more chartstrings you will have!

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fund 310 chartstrings

FUND 310Chartstrings

Building a Restricted Gift Chartstring

why so many chartstrings
Why So Many Chartstrings?
  • How you solicit may impact the chartstring.
  • What the donors states in writing may impact the chartstring.
  • The more restrictions you and the donor agree to, the more chartstrings you will have!
  • But too many restrictions means the transaction is no longer a gift.
  • To change a restriction, purpose or agreement, each and every donor must give written authorization.
slide3

Building a Chartstring

Operating Unit

Department

Program

_________

Describes “YOU”:

the UVM unit

in control of these gifts.

  • Fund
  • _________
  • Describes type of money/fund:
  • 310 Fully Expendable
  • 320 Endowment Spending
  • 352 Term Endowment
  • 400 True Endowment
  • 350 Quasi Endowment
  • 370 Plant
  • Source
  • _________
  • Describes the donors and any restrictions on using the gifts:
  • No to Many restrictions
  • Named Fund without restrictions
  • Named Fund with restrictions
  • One-time specific restrictions
  • Special approvals
slide4

“Give to support

College of Arts & Sciences”

The College of Arts & Sciences Fund

“Give to support

Asian Studies Department”

The Asian Studies Fund

“Give to support

the Japan Institute Program”

The Japan Institute Program Fund

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“Give to support

A.P. Smith Research Fund

in Asian Studies”

A.P. Smith Research Fund

“Give to support

Summer 2007 Student Project

In Asian Studies”

Summer 2007 Student Project Fund

“I give to support computer software

in Asian Studies”

The Asian Studies Special Fund (used for gifts with one-time restriction).

slide6

Base of the Gift Chartstring

Completing the Gift Chartstring

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Gift funds have governing documents including such things as:

    • who established the fund
    • restrictions on spending
    • restrictions on investing
    • who can give to the fund
    • contingency plans

To receive a copy of gift fund documents, please contact:

Development and Alumni Relations

To establish new gift funds, please contact:

Development and Alumni Relations

grants vs gifts vs fund raising
Grants vs. Gifts vs. Fund Raising
  • The words “gift” and “grant” and “fund raising” are used interchangeably by donors, grantors and faculty/staff, however, the nature of the transaction drives UVM accounting procedures (not the words).
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“I give to support A.P. Smith Research Fund in Asian Studies and

I get intellectual property rights in return.”

NOT A GIFT: IP rights makes this a grant;

go to OSP.

“My company gives to Asian Studies

to support a lecture series and

my company gets first rights to attend.”

NOT A GIFT:

Exclusive access makes this a contract;

go to OSP.

“I give to Asian Studies

to support a scholarship

if my daughter gets the scholarship.”

NOT A GIFT:

This is a tuition payment;

go to SFS.

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