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Guidelines and Recommendations for Donations (May 2021)
The BCA Archives-Historic Preservation Committee has developed two guideline documents to assist i) BCA staff and ii) Temples/churches, affiliated organizations and individuals in selecting and preparing materials for donation to the UCLA Library’s BCA Collection. Submit list of potential donations to BCA Archives-Historic Preservation Committee, in care of Sandy Saeki at firstname.lastname@example.org.
STAFF GUIDELINES FOR DONATIONS
DONATION RECOMMENDATIONS FOR TEMPLES
It is of the upmost importance to save temple memorabilia for future generations to understand and appreciate Jodo Shinshu heritage in the United States. The BCA Archives and Historic Preservation Committee has a grant program to support your temple with these efforts.
This letter provides information on how to apply for the BCA Archives and Historic Preservation Committee Grant.
Complete this application for grant assistance with your temple archival efforts. Please see grant letter for instructions.
SOCIAL WELFARE FUND
SOCIAL WELFARE FUND
Apply or Refer an Organization for Assistance
Recipient must be a nonprofit organization that is tax exempt under IRS Section 501(c)(3), including a church or temple, community group with 501(c)(3) organization serving as its fiscal agent, or nonprofit organization, temple or church outside of the USA. Projects must support the purpose of providing aid to those suffering from deprivation of basic human needs.
TEMPLE SUPPORTING CHARITABLE
& CHARITABLE MATCH PROGRAM
Supports Volunteer Efforts & Collection Drives
Grants for BCA temples and churches to sustain a volunteer program in support of an established non-profit organization. Grant can also be used to match collected donations (up to $3K) from temple members that will be given to a charity. In both cases, charities should support aid to those suffering from deprivations of basic human needs – food, clothing, shelter medical, educational.
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