Public Sub AddGift()

   Dim oGift As CGift

   Dim oUtility As IBBUtilityCode

   Dim oServices As REServices

   Dim oMG As IBBMatchingGift

   

   Set oServices = New REServices

   oServices.Init REApplication.SessionContext

   Set oUtility = oServices

   

   Set oGift = New CGift

   

   With oGift

       .Init REApplication.SessionContext

       .Fields(GIFT_fld_Constit_ID) = 733

       .Fields(GIFT_fld_Amount) = 300

       If oUtility.FundUseShortDesc Then

           .Fields(GIFT_fld_Fund) = "SBSF"

       Else

           .Fields(GIFT_fld_Fund) = _

               oUtility.GetFundDescription(oUtility.GetFundID("SBSF", True))

       End If

       .Fields(GIFT_fld_Date) = "9/24/2006"

       .Fields(GIFT_fld_Type) = "Cash"

       If oGift.MatchingGifts.Count > 0 Then

           For Each oMG In oGift.MatchingGifts

               'This line will default the matching gift to have the same

               'field values as the gift given by the constituent

               oMG.DefaultMGInfoFromGift

               'If you just want to delete the matching gifts use the line below

               'oGift.MatchingGifts.Remove oMG

           Next oMG

           Set oMG = Nothing

       End If

       .Save

       .CloseDown

   End With

   Set oGift = Nothing

   Set oUtility = Nothing

   

   oServices.CloseDown

   Set oServices = Nothing

End Sub

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