Sample Agreement

Auspice Agreement

This sample Auspice Agreement should be used when a group of individuals who are not incorporated want to apply for funding from a funding body that will only fund incorporated organisations (eg. co-operatives, incorporated associations, companies or companies limited by guarantee). Being auspiced by an incorporated organisation is a way for unincorporated groups to get funding. This means that the auspicing organisation receives the money on behalf of the unincorporated group and is responsible for making sure the project is completed and the money is accounted for (acquitted).

This sample agreement includes the most common terms an unincorporated group and the organisation agreeing to auspice need to consider and agree to.

Auspicing agreements have to be designed with care, because the Auspicing Body is financially responsible. Every auspicing relationship will be different and there may be additional issues that need to be included in your version of the Auspice Agreement. Seek advice from Arts Law if this is the case.

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