Code of Ethical Conduct & Annual Potential Conflicts Disclosure Statement
CBRR&R By-Laws Version 2021-A December 12, 2021
This Corporation is committed to maintaining the highest standard of conduct in carrying out our fiduciary obligations in pursuit of our tax-exempt mission and purposes. As such, each and every Director, Officer and shall (to the extent applicable) adhere to the following code of conduct:
As a Director or Officer or Key Person of the Corporation, you are required to truthfully, completely and accurately disclose all information requested herein and to promptly update all such information as factual circumstances may change from time-to-time. With regard to this Conflicts Disclosure Statement, be advised, all material terms are defined by Appendix “A” of the By-Laws, which is entitled “By-Law & Corporate Policy Definitions”.
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Responses to the following questions are required to complete financial information returns annually submitted to the Internal Revenue Service and the Office of the Attorney General.
In order to qualify as an “Independent Director,” as defined by statute, an Officer or Director must respond in the negative to each of the following questions, although failure to respond to all questions in the negative shall not necessarily preclude such an Officer or Director from serving on the Board of Directors.
I, the undersigned, certify that I have read and understand this Annual Conflicts Disclosure Statement. I agree that my actions will comply with the disclosures found in this document. I further affirm that neither I, as a Related Party nor any Relative have, or had, an interest, or has taken any action, that contravenes, or is likely to contravene, the Conflicts of Interests and Related Party Transaction Policy of the Corporation or, otherwise impedes my ability to act as a fiduciary and in the best interests of the Corporation, except those that may have been disclosed herein.
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* Note: for purposes of Question #5 above, the definition the term “payments” does not include charitable contributions, dues or fees paid to the Corporation for services which the Corporation performs as part of its nonprofit purposes, or payments made by the Corporation at fixed or non- negotiable rates or amounts for services received, provided that such services by and to the Corporation are available to individual members of the public on the same terms, and such services received by the Corporation are not available from another source.
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