THE GIFT Sample Clauses

THE GIFT. (NAME OF DONOR(S)) has generously made a Gift of (GIFT/PLEDGE $) to McMaster University (hereinafter the “Gift”). This Gift/Pledge will be provided in the form of (METHOD OF PAYMENT) according to the following schedule:
THE GIFT. The Donor, SIOR, commits $10,000 over two years to the School of Architecture and Planning.
THE GIFT. The Donor(s) <commits/commit> $ to the <Name of Endowment/Scholarship/Current Fund> as indicated by <his/her signature or their signatures>. <Optional - For more information on the Donor(s) and the reason for making this gift, please refer to Appendix A.>
THE GIFT. The Donor(s) has/have included a bequest to establish the <Name of Endowment> Scholarship Endowment in their estate plans, as indicated by the signature(s) of the Donor(s). The current estimated value of this bequest is $______________. The Scholarship Committee shall choose the recipients in accordance with University policy. The scholarship shall be open to all applicants regardless of race, color, national origin, religion, sex, pregnancy, marital status, sexual orientation, gender identity, age, physical or mental disability, genetic information, veteran status, or parental status or any other characteristic protected by federal or state law, subject to the following criteria: Applicants must be currently enrolled at or admitted to attend the University of Tennessee. Additional criteria include but are not limited to: Applicants must be pursuing a major in the <college or department>. Applicants must demonstrate successful academic performance. A student holding the scholarship in one year shall have preference in subsequent years. Financial need may be considered. The <list Xxxx, Director, Department Head, etc.> of the <list college or department> will determine how and how much of the annual earnings will be awarded. If it becomes impossible or impractical to use the gift for the purpose designated by this Gift Agreement, or if this Gift Agreement is determined to be in conflict with any federal, state, or local law, regulation, or ordinance, the University/Foundation, in consultation with the President of the University, will direct the use of this gift in the best interest of the University and in a manner as close as possible to the original intent of the Donor(s) as expressed in this Gift Agreement. The identity of any named funds will be retained and will always bear the name indicated by the Donor(s).
THE GIFT. The Donor(s) commits £-------to the University and as indicated DONOR NAME.
THE GIFT. 1. Subject to the terms and conditions of this Agreement, the CMAF agrees to make a gift to the RECIPIENT in the amount of $ 28,000.00 (CDN) (the “Gift”). The Gift will be made according to the following schedule: Installment Payment Amount Date One-Time Gift $28,000.00 Upon receipt of: (a) signed Agreement, and (b) all banking information required to process the payment to the satisfaction of the CMAF. The CMAF may add to or accelerate the completion of the Gift at its discretion. The Term
THE GIFT. <delete and complete so as to reflect the Donor's wishes>

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