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GGA Code of Ethics | Policies
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Global Goodwill Ambassadors Foundation (hereinafter referred to as Foundation is committed to providing an environment for members, volunteers) that is comfortable, safe and free from harassment of any kind. Any type of harassment is a violation of our Code of Ethics policy and will result in loss of your Global Goodwill Ambassador designation and may be illegal.
Social Media: We understand that social media can be a fun and rewarding way to share your life and opinions with family, friends and collogues around the world. However, the use of social media also presents certain risks and carries with it certain responsibilities. To assist you in making responsible decisions about your use of social media, we have established these guidelines for the appropriate use of social media. This policy covers all content and any form of harassment – from unkind words to unwanted romantic advances to hate speech to bullying – by any GGA.
Social media includes all means of communication or posting information or content of any sort on the internet, including to your own or someone else’s web blog, journal or diary, personal website, social networking or affinity web site, web bulletin board or chat room, whether or not associated or affiliated with the Foundation, as well as any other form of electronic communication. Ultimately, you are solely responsible for what you post online. Before creating online content, consider some of the risks and rewards that are involved. Keep in mind that any of your conduct that adversely affects the Foundation, your fellow associates or otherwise adversely affects members may result in loss of your GGA designation.
Global Goodwill Ambassadors Foundation is a non-political, non-biased foundation and believes all people are equal regardless of their race, color, religious beliefs, gender, sexual orientation, geographical residence, socio-economic status or creed.
As an ambassador and someone required to adhere to the rules of personal decorum and ethics, as a GGA you are not permitted, allowed, authorized, admissible, nor is it condoned to talk to, continue chats, send messages, pictures or links, that includes, involves or incites lewd and lascivious behaviors.
Harassment can take many forms. It may be but is not limited to the following: words, signs, jokes, pranks, intimidation, physical contact, or violence. Harassment does not have to be sexual in nature. Sexual harassment may include unwelcome sexual advances; requests for sexual favors, pictures; or other verbal or physical contact of a sexual nature when such conduct creates an intimidating environment, either implicitly or explicitly. It is not the intent of the behavior by the offender that determines if harassment has occurred by whether the behavior is welcome by the receiver.
Always be fair and courteous to everyone and do not post video, audio or text that can reasonably be viewed as malicious, obscene, threatening or intimidating, that disparage others or that might constitute harassment or bullying. Examples of such conduct might include offensive posts meant to intentionally harm someone’s reputation or posts that could contribute to a hostile work environment on the basis of race, sex, disability, religion.
*Do not use the Foundation logo or create a link on your website to our website without permission from Lisa Jones, President, and COO.
Global Goodwill Ambassadors is dedicated to keeping our environment free of any type of harassment. If you become aware of an incident of harassment, whether by witnessing the incident or being told of it, please report this to Lisa A. Jones, President/COO, Lisa@globalgoodwillambassadors.com. Screenshots of anyone breaking this code of ethics/harassment policy are very helpful.
If you are able to do so without conflict or danger, tell the harasser as clearly as possible that the behavior is unwelcome.
Upon receipt of a complaint, our Board of Directors will investigate such complaints including disciplinary action that should secure and maintain an environment free of harassment.
The Foundation, including all persons to whom this violation of Harassment Policy has been reported and persons who have become aware of the complaint, must maintain confidentiality, to the extent possible given the need to investigate. All complaints shall be considered confidential to the maximum extent possible.
The Foundation may not retaliate against any victim, or witness, who reports a violation of this Harassment Policy.
All Global Goodwill Ambassadors who have received our designation, have agreed to our Code of Ethics which contains a no harassment agreement and all understand that when submitting our form via the website to become a Global Goodwill Ambassador have agreed to this policy and understand this policy contained in our Code of Ethics.
Please note that we are LinkedIn based and have groups on WhatsApp and other social media forums which give you the right to block any individual for any reason and also report according to forum guidelines. We ask that everyone maintain professionalism at all times. Global Goodwill Ambassadors Foundation also does not take responsibility for the action of anyone that is not part of GGA and cannot investigate these matters.
We ask that everyone use proper safety precautions when meeting anyone in person by choosing a well-lit public venue and suggest meetings that take place during the daytime.
Please know your surroundings and inform someone where you may be in case of emergencies. Violations of any type of harassment/abuse should be reported to your local authorities as soon as possible.
**GGA names are not to be compiled on lists and used outside of GGA for any purposes. Emails and phone numbers are not shared with anyone other than country chairs, founder, president, and directors for use including GGA class information, GGA newsletter, GGA meetings. For any other use, please contact Lisa Jones. **
Photo release disclosure
I hereby grant and authorize GGA the right to take, edit, alter, copy, exhibit, publish, distribute and make use of any and all pictures or video taken of me to be used in and/or for legally promotional materials including, but not limited to, letters, flyers, posters, brochures, advertisements, fund-raising letters, annual reports, press kits, and submissions to journalists, websites, social networking sites, and other print and digital communications, without payment or any other consideration. This authorization extends to all languages, media, formats, and markets now known or hereafter devised. This authorization shall continue indefinitely. I understand and agree that these materials shall become the property of GGA and will not be returned. I hereby hold harmless and release GGA from all liability petitions, and causes of action which I, my heirs, representative, executors, administrators, or any other persons may make while acting on my behalf or on behalf of my estate.
Copyright Infringement: Most of the photos placed on our website are provided by our members and/or those who wish to advertise their services when donating. GGA does not accept photos with a copyright unless the individual providing the copyright shows their "right" to use the said photo. It is up to all who contribute to ensure they have the proper license to release photos to GGA for use and these individuals are liable for any copyright infringement claim made. GGA will remove photos from our website and e-magazine if the copyright infringement claim is made and substantiated.
Please see the process for reporting copyright infringement here:
Because of the sensitive nature of volunteer work with the children we serve, please agree to the following statement:
The above information is true. I understand that providing false information is a sufficient basis for GGA to reject this application. I further understand that a background review may be done to confirm any of the information given in this application. I give permission for GGA to search for this information. GGA reserves the right to reject a candidate for any reason which our charity, in its sole judgment, determines may either affect the best interest of a child or our organization. Furthermore, GGA reserves the right to withhold the reason(s) for such refusal. In addition, it is forbidden for you to take any photos or videos of the GGA youth in our workshop without permission from GGA staff. You are also not allowed to publish any photos or videos without our permission. If we do give you permission, then you must share these materials with our organization.
LOGO USAGE: The use of the GGA logo must be approved by Lisa Jones before being used in any form including, but not limited to, flyers, websites, and promotional material.
Press releases should be approved by Lisa Jones before release.
Fundraising: All Fundraising efforts in the name of GGA are conducted by GGA through the website and other legal sources such as fundraising sites coordinated by and with express written permission by
Lisa Jones (President & COO). Raising funds in the name of GGA is prohibited due to legalities including nonprofit IRS guidelines.
As the decision-making body at the highest level of organizational leadership, boards play a critical role in creating an organization that prioritizes, supports, and invests in diversity, inclusion, and equity.
Whether in the hiring of the executive, the determination of strategy, the allocation of resources, or the goal of serving the community, the board’s leadership on diversity, inclusion, and equity matters.
As Ambassadors of the public good, all social sector organizations, regardless of mission, are called on to embrace and celebrate our common humanity, and the inherent worth of all people. In doing so, we must also acknowledge that a climate of growing intolerance and inequity is a challenge to our democratic values and ideals. Divisions along economic, racial, religious, and political lines have created an increasingly polarized society in need of healing. And the complex issues and dynamics at the intersection of race, class, gender, and sexuality call for deeper thinking as we seek to understand each other.
We believe that social sector organizations are better able to do this work effectively and with authenticity when they are led by boards that are
Diversity: The individual leaders who compose nonprofit boards are a reflection of an organization’s values and beliefs about who should be empowered and entrusted with its most important decisions. We believe that all social sector organizations can better achieve their missions by drawing on the skills, talents, and perspectives of a broader and more diverse range of leaders, and that the diversity of viewpoints that comes from different life experiences and cultural backgrounds strengthens board deliberations and decision-making.
Incluvsity The most effective boards work to build a culture of trust, candor, and respect — none of which is possible without a culture of inclusion. Boards that cultivate an inclusive culture ensure that all board members are encouraged to bring their perspectives, identity, and life experience to their board service. An inclusive board culture welcomes and celebrates differences and ensures that all board members are equally engaged and invested, sharing power and responsibility for the organization’s mission and the board’s work.
Equity-focused: Boards play a critical role in helping organizations understand the context in which they work and how best to prioritize resources and strategies based on that reality. An awareness of how systemic inequities have affected our society and those an organization serves enables boards to avoid blind spots that can lead to flawed strategies, and creates powerful opportunities to deepen the organization’s impact, relevance, and advancement of the public good.
We will rid ourselves of any kind of racism around the work as we become more unified and open our eyes to help those in need and learn to value all lives matter.
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