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Donation Institutions Must Fulfill Donor Rights

Donation Institutions Must Fulfill Donor Rights . Helping each other has become a tradition throughout the history of human life. This mutual help that happens is usually sincere and doesn't ask for anything in return. This donation usually occurs when a disaster occurs such as an earthquake, tsunami and flood. Even though this is positive, structuring with the correct organizational structure can become a trust for donors and the most important thing is that the requested assistance funds can truly benefit disaster victims. When one of these tragedies occurred, at the same time credible and trusted institutions as well as social institutions suddenly began to conduct fundraising activities. Actually, charity activities like this are fine as long as the obligations to the rights of the donors are still considered. Donor Rights That We Must Fulfill In general, we can understand the rights of these donors as a condition under which they can spend aid funds. Before making a donation,

Guidelines for Conducting Donation Agreements

Guidelines for Conducting Donation Agreements Donation is a contract in which a person, only in the spirit of freedom, enriches another by attributing his own rights or assuming an obligation towards him. But what are the terms and characteristics of this contract? And most importantly, what form is needed and required? Donation Agreement Terms In order for donations to be made, several basic requirements must be met, such as subjective ones (the desire to enrich others) and objective ones (enriching others and impoverishing donors). Also, with the brief ideas already mentioned, it is quite possible to remember from now on that donations are intuitively and completely fall into the category of free contracts. As you can imagine, not all free contracts are donations. The gratuity that we mentioned is just a matter of not having a fee. The presence of an objective element related to the enrichment of other parties is also important in donations. Based on the explanation above, other free