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Bradley Kuhn (bkuhn) - 11 years ago 2010-11-10 14:46:44
bkuhn@ebb.org
Grammar fixes and related typos discovered by Loïc Dachary. Thanks!
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{% extends "base_members.html" %}
 
{% block subtitle %}Member Project Services - {% endblock %}
 
{% block submenuselection %}Applying{% endblock %}
 
{% block content %}
 

	
 
<h1>How To Apply to Become a Member Project</h1>
 
<h1> Applying to Join Conservancy as a Member Project</h1>
 

	
 
<p>New applications for project membership with Conservancy are considered
 
  twice a year.  The deadlines for submission of application materials are
 
  1 February and 1 September each year.</p>
 

	
 
<p>The application process is somewhat informal.  New applicants should
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  contributors find this process of formalizing the leadership structure
 
  helps them clarify in their own minds the governance of their project,
 
  even though the process can be difficult.  Since it can be a complicated
 
  process, we suggest that you prepare your project community for this
 
  discussion once your project is accepted.</p>
 

	
 
<h2>How much does will it cost us financially to join Conservancy?</h2>
 
<h2>How much does it cost us financially to join Conservancy?</h2>
 

	
 
<p>After your application is approved, as part of the negotiation of the
 
  formal agreement, we'll discuss this issue.  Typically, we ask that
 
  member projects voluntarily choose to donate some percentage of their
 
  donations received to support Conservancy's general operations servicing
 
  all its member projects (including yours).  We do understand that,
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   account.</p>
 

	
 
   <p>Since the Conservancy is a tax-exempt organization, there are some
 
   limits that the law places on what member projects can do with their
 
   assets, but those limits are the same as if the project was an
 
   independent non-profit entity.  Usually, the project leadership
 
   instructs Conservancy's leadership how spend the funds for the project
 
   and Conservancy sends these funds on the project's behalf in any way
 
   that is appropriate activity under Conservancy's 501(c)(3)
 
   instructs Conservancy's leadership on how the project's funds are spent.
 
   Conservancy spends these funds on the project's behalf on any expenses
 
   that constitute appropriate activity under Conservancy's 501(c)(3)
 
   not-for-profit mission.  Some typical uses of earmarked donations by
 
   Conservancy's member projects are:
 
<ul>
 
<li>funding travel expenses for project developers to attend relevant
 
  conferences.</li> 
 

	
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