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The National Eczema Association (NEA) solicits current and deferred gifts from individuals, corporations, foundations and other private entities to secure the financial growth and fulfill the mission of NEA. The purpose of this Gift Acceptance Policy is to define the practices and policies governing the acceptance of gifts by NEA and to provide guidance to prospective donors and their advisors when making gifts to NEA, so as to facilitate the gift-giving process.
NEA will accept unrestricted gifts and gifts for specific programs and purposes, provided that such gifts are consistent with its stated mission and do not violate the terms of its corporate charter or this policy. NEA reserves the right to refuse any proposed gift.
Mission-related benefit: The gift provides a meaningful mission-related benefit to the general public or particular constituencies of NEA.
Independence and Control: NEA exercises independent judgment in all its decision making related to any gift and retains complete control of and right of approval over all content related to the event or program activity.
Consistency: The gift is consistent with NEA’s principles, public positions, policies, and standards.
Balance: NEA evaluates on an annual basis the total amount of revenue from each major source of public support (i.e. corporations, individuals, foundations) as a percentage of total revenue.
The following types of gifts are acceptable:
NEA shall seek the advice of legal counsel in matters relating to acceptance of gifts when appropriate.
Review by counsel is recommended for:
Policy Adopted August 5, 2017