The 1977 California Information Practices Act requires UCLA to inform individuals asked to supply information about themselves of the following: UCLA is requesting this information to update the general resource files of its External Affairs Department. Furnishing the information is strictly voluntary and will be maintained confidentially. The information may be used by other University departments in the regular course of business, but will not be disseminated to others except if required by law. You have the right to review your own data file. Inquiries should be forwarded to the Assistant Vice Chancellor - Finance and Information Management, External Affairs, 10920 Wilshire Blvd., Suite 900, Los Angeles, CA 90024.
Donor’s Consent to Use Personal Information
The University is grateful for the support it receives from alumni, parents, and friends. One of the ways we express our thanks is by listing the names of donors in web-based and/or print publications. Should you wish that your name not appear as a donor, please notify us if you have not already done so.
Fiduciary Responsibility of the UCLA Foundation The UCLA Foundation is a California non-profit, public benefit corporation organized for the purpose of encouraging voluntary private gifts, trusts and bequests for the benefit of the UCLA campus. Responsibility for governance of the Foundation, including investments, is vested in its Board of Directors.
Recovery of Operating Costs from Private Gifts As is customary with universities and other non-profit organizations across the country, a one-time gift fee is applied to all gifts to provide essential support necessary to UCLA's overall operation. The fee is currently 5%.
The Chancellor may, from time to time, authorize The UCLA Foundation to return all or a portion of the fund's spendable income to fund principal in order to protect the real value of fund principal, or if spendable income substantially exceeds real current need, or if other compelling circumstances warrant the addition of spendable income to fund principal. In the event the fund does not reach endowment minimum; or the program ceases to exist at UCLA, the campus school or department will utilize the proceeds from the fund in an area and manner as closely related as possible to the original intent and purposes for which the fund was established.
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