|Fund for the Foundation
In addition to its role as a scholastic consolidator, the seminal nature of GTU and the organic philosophy of education require that the University adopt as comprehensive a fundraising program as possible in order to reach the broadest possible base of potential financial supporters.
The Fund for the Foundation of GTU is the initial fund raising arm of GTU. Its task is to raise financial support for the University's development as outlined in its Academic Prospectus and to solicit funds from the University's supporters, including:
All contributors to the University's Fund for the Foundation of GTU will join the Friends of GTU and also the Friends of the Western Academy. They will receive the University's newsletter, Grand Teton, and any information on all pending publications, seminars and events. Donors will receive, as well, a two-issue subscription to the publication, Parapometrics®, the Journal of the International Parapometrics Institute. Until the end of the year 2000, all donors will receive a certificate of appreciation memorializing them as founding contributors of GTU. They will be contributing to one of the most exciting educational developments in Western History.
The first stage of the University's fund raising program seeks to raise $1,000,000.00. It involves crafting the new curriculum, launching the University's Book Publications Program, designing its Multi-Media Tuition Program, creating its Correspondence, Seminar and Certification Programs, and establishing GTU on the Internet as a fully operational, "virtual university."
The second stage of the University's development requires the establishment of Administrative, Library, Scholarship and Land Acquisition and Building Funds. The Administrative Fund will cover the University's operational expenses. The Library Fund will help provide the text and reference books and journals necessary for the University's courses and curricula. The Scholarship Fund will provide financial support for qualified students, and the Land Acquisition and Building Fund will provide funding for a small, permanent campus and building facilities including a library, lecture rooms and administrative offices for the preparation and presentation of multi-media, on-line instruction, and for on-site research, class instruction and seminars.
GTU is a non-profit, 501(c)(3) tax-exempt organization under the Internal Revenue Code. Donors may deduct contributions to the University as permitted by law.
Bequests, legacies, devises, transfers, or gifts to the University or for the University's use are deductible for federal estate and gift tax purposes as permitted by law. All contributors to the Fund for the Western Academy are advised to seek appropriate legal counsel regarding their particular circumstances and the legal consequences of any intended contributions to the University.
I have read the GTU Academic Prospectus and understand and support the University's mission to create a new Western Academy to ensure the survival and triumph of Western Civilization under the mandates of organic law, the science of power, and the organic philosophy of education. I understand that financial participation in the establishment of GTU, prior to December 31, 2000, will ensure that the participant is memorialized as an initial scholar, supporting alumni or donor. Those contributing $5,000, or more, will be memorialized as Founding Benefactors of the University.
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