Private Sub ProcessGifts()

   

   Dim oGifts As CGifts

   Dim oGift As CGift

   Dim oFilter As CGiftsFilter

   

   Set oGifts = New CGifts

   oGifts.Init REApplication.SessionContext, tvf_Gift_UseFilterObject, , True

   

   Set oFilter = oGifts.FilterObject

   

   With oFilter.FundIDs

       'The below Items represent the system record IDs for the fund.

       'The below Keys are descriptions and do not affect the funds in the collection

       .Add 19, "Annual Fund"

       .Add 20, "Memberships"

       .Add 21, "Acquisition"

   End With

   

   Debug.Print oGifts.Count

   

   oGifts.CloseDown

   Set oGifts = Nothing



End Sub

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