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Meanwhile, please allow me to answer your question regardless.Now because the other non-profit who donated these building funds is trying to tell us how to operator this school (which we had told them prior to receiving the donation was not an option)
They cannot do so. Accepting money does not mean giving up control of the project unless the contract
states so. So their "recommendations" may be politely ignored. Or sternly rebuffed, if needed.and they have advertised for teachers (without our permission)
They cannot do so. They can be sued for meddling in your non-profit's ongoing project this way for appropriation of likeness
if they pretend (or feel the right that they can claim) to be you, for example.we have told this other non-profit that we need to sever our relationship and cannot accept the remaining $15,000.00 that they had committed to this project (which has now been completed with funds from our non-profit). Now this other non-profit is asking us to return to them $30,000.00 of the funds that they donated toward this project. To do so would put our non-profit in an extreme operational and financial burdensome position. Question: Must we return any of these donated funds when the intention of the donation has been fulfilled?
The answer is NO. Unless the contract states otherwise, provided the funds have been used for their intended purpose, there is no mandate to return the money. They simply cannot demand it just because they are not being given a role in the project - something that they have no right to demand to begin with.
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