SELECT GIFT.ID AS Gift_ID, GIFT.DTE AS Gift_Date, GiftPreviousSplit.Amount AS Gift_Amount,
FUND.DESCRIPTION AS Gift_Fund, GIFT_1.DTE AS Adjustment_Date,
GiftSplit.Amount AS Adjustment_Amount, FUND_1.DESCRIPTION AS Adjust_Fund

FROM GIFT
INNER JOIN GiftAdjustment ON GIFT.ID = GiftAdjustment.GiftId
INNER JOIN GiftSplit ON GIFT.ID = GiftSplit.GiftId
INNER JOIN GIFT AS GIFT_1 ON GiftAdjustment.AdjustmentId = GIFT_1.ID
INNER JOIN GiftPreviousSplit ON GIFT_1.ID = GiftPreviousSplit.GiftId
INNER JOIN FUND ON GiftPreviousSplit.FundId = FUND.ID
INNER JOIN FUND AS FUND_1 ON GiftSplit.FundId = FUND_1.ID;

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