The Leadership Roundtable is committed to the highest standards of ethics in all its fundraising activities. We are committed to truthfulness, responsible stewardship and respect for our donors. The Leadership Roundtable ascribes to the Standards for Excellence: An Ethics and Accountability Code for the Nonprofit Sector and also the USCCB Principles and Guidelines for Fundraising by Arch/Dioceses, Arch/Diocesan Agencies and Religious Institutes.
- Reporting: The Leadership Roundtable will report on the amount spent on fundraising and the revenue realized.
- Donor Intentions: The Leadership Roundtable will honor the known intentions of a donor regarding the use of donated funds.
- Donor Privacy: The Leadership Roundtable will respect the privacy of donors and safeguard the confidentiality of information that a donor reasonable would expect to be private. Donor contact information will not be sold, rented, or exchanged. Donors have the right to remain anonymous.
- Acceptance of Gifts: The Leadership Roundtable accepts charitable contributions from individuals and philanthropic foundations. All gifts will be used for the purposes for which they are given and donors’ intentions will be honored at all times. Unrestricted, general purpose gifts will be sought as well as financial support for specific projects undertaken by the Board and staff of the Leadership Roundtable. All gifts and pledges will be duly acknowledged by the Leadership Roundtable.
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