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This procedure describes the processes for accessing and expending funds deposited in Wisconsin Foundation and Alumni Association (WFAA) funds, and provides examples of typically appropriate and typically inappropriate payments from gift funds.
The Wisconsin Foundation and Alumni Association (WFAA) accepts only those gifts that meet all the criteria detailed in the Gift Funds Policy.
Gift in Kind Procedure at UW-Madison.
Gift in Kind (GIK) refers to a non-monetary donation received by the University, including tangible items, goods, and/or services. Examples of a GIK include, but are not limited to the following: vehicles, equipment, gift cards, supplies, artwork, books, etc.
This policy defines the principles for interacting with the University of Wisconsin System Office of Trust Funds in regards to investment transfer requests between the 161-Income Cash Fund and the 162-Long Term Fund.
The University of Wisconsin-Madison (the University) defines a gift as a donation in the form of money. This policy defines the principles for interacting with the Wisconsin Foundation and Alumni Associations (WFAA), legally known as the University of Wisconsin Foundation, in the receipt and use of gifts made to the WFAA in support of the University.
Gift in Kind donations require formal acceptance and are reported to the University of Wisconsin System Board of Regents. A Gift in Kind donation may be a tangible item, good, and/or service, which are typically items that the University would have to otherwise buy if the item, good, or service hadn’t been donated.