Gifts vs. Grants, Processing, Fund Numbers
IS IT A GIFT OR A GRANT?
Funding is considered a gift when:
Funding is considered a grant when:
For more considerations, please refer to the Gift Processing section of the External Relations web site. The aforementioned are those that most often relate to the International Institute.
REGENTS VS. UCLA FOUNDATION
Consider the following when confronted with this sticky issue:
There are differences in allocation and investment policies of the Regents and Foundation.Interest:
There are differences in allocation and investment policies of the Regents and Foundation:
WHAT IS THE 5% GIFT RECOVERY FEE?
This one-time fee is assessed on both Regental and Foundation gifts. Gifts in kind are exempt. How these fees are assessed has been discussed in the previous section.
HOW DO I APPLY FOR A NEW FUND NUMBER FOR A GIFT?
When the funds are released, the Regental fund number (regardless of whether this is a Regental or Foundation gift) will be assigned.
WHERE DO I SEND THE CHECK AND PAPERWORK?
After submitting the on-line UCLA Regents Gift Transmittal, send Regental checks to:
UCLA ADMINISTRATIVE MAIN CASHIER OFFICE
BOX 951432 1125 MURPHY HALL
405 HILGARD AVE
LOS ANGELES CA 90095- 9000
Please do not send cash or checks for the Regents to Gift Processing/Data Collection.
Checks and cash with appropriate forms should be forwarded to:
Cash must be hand delivered.
IF YOUR QUESTION HAS NOT BEEN ANSWERED?
Please refer to the Gifts Processing page for answers to more complicated inquiries such as how to handle gifts of real property, policies concerning mass solicitations, process foreign checks, or the level of funding to establish an Endowed Chair.
Published: Tuesday, April 16, 2002
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