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Conflict of Interest Policy

1. Purpose:
This policy is designed to define the Conflict of Interest and provided guidelines of approval, while
making a transaction with any board member, key officer or outsider to make sure if the private interest
of any of the board members or the key employees are involved, it does not comprise the interest of
organization.

Members of the Board of Directors and key employees are prohibited from activities that might present
conflicts of interest. The powers of directorship may not be used to personally benefit the Director at
the corporation’s expense. If a Director has a financial interest in a corporate transaction, the Director
must fully disclose the interest and abstain from voting. Loans to Directors are prohibited.

2. Definitions:
Insiders: The following are considered insiders for the purposes of this policy: Each member of the
Board of Directors or other governing body. The president, chief executive officer, chief operating
officer, treasurer and chief financial officer, executive director. Any key employee, meaning an
employee whose total annual compensation (including benefits) from the organization and its affiliates
is more than $60,000.00 and who (a) has responsibilities or influence over the organization similar to
that of officers, directors, or trustees; or (b) manages a program that represents 10% or more of the
activities, assets, income, or expenses of the organization; or (c) has or shares authority to control 10%
or more of the organization’s capital expenditures, operating budget, or compensation for employees.
Interest: Interest means any commitment, investment, relationship, obligation, or involvement,
financial or otherwise, direct or indirect, that may influence a person’s judgment, including receipt of
compensation from the Organization, a sale, loan, or exchange transaction with the Organization.
Conflict: A conflict of interest is present when, in the judgment of the Board of Directors, an insider’s
stake in the transaction is such that it reduces the likelihood that an insider’s influence can be exercised
impartially in the best interests of the Organization.

Transaction: Transaction means any transaction, agreement, or arrangement between an insider and
the Organization, or between the Organization and any third party where an insider has an interest in
the transaction or any party to it.

Determination of Conflict: Determining Whether a Conflict of Interest Exists With regard to an insider,
the Board shall determine if a conflict of interest exists. The insider(s) and any other interested person(s)
involved with the transaction shall not be present during the Board’s discussion or determination of
whether a conflict of interest exists, except as provided in Article IV below.

3. Procedures for Addressing a Conflict of Interest:
The Board shall follow the procedures set forth in Article four in order to decide what measures are
needed to protect the Organization’s interests in light of the nature and seriousness of the conflict, to
decide whether to enter into the transaction and, if so, to ensure that the terms of the transaction are
appropriate.

4. Review by the Board:
The Board may ask questions of and receive presentation(s) from the insider(s) and any other interested
person(s), but shall deliberate and vote on the transaction in their absence. The Board shall ascertain
that all material facts regarding the transaction and the insider’s conflict of interest have been disclosed
to the Board and shall compile appropriate data, such as comparability studies, to determine fair market
value for the transaction. After exercising due diligence, which may include investigating alternatives
that present no conflict, the Board shall determine whether the transaction is in the Organization’s best
interest, for its own benefit, and whether it is fair and reasonable to the Organization; the majority of
disinterested members of the Board then in office may approve the transaction.

5. Records of Proceedings:
The minutes of any meeting of the Board pursuant to this policy shall contain the name of each insider
who disclosed or was otherwise determined to have an interest in a transaction; the nature of the
interest and whether it was determined to constitute a conflict of interest; any alternative transactions
considered; the members of the Board who were present during the deliberations on the transaction,
those who voted on it, and to what extent interested persons were excluded from the deliberations; any
comparability data or other information obtained and relied upon by the Board and how the
information was obtained; and the result of the vote, including, if applicable, the terms of the
transaction that was approved and the date it was approved.

6. Annual Disclosure and Compliance Statements Each director:
Each corporate officer, the top management official, the top financial official, and each key employee of
the Organization, shall annually sign a statement on the form attached, that affirms that the person has
received a copy of this conflict of interest policy, has read and understood the policy, and has agreed to
comply with the policy; and discloses the person’s financial interests and family relationships that could
give rise to conflicts of interest.

7. Violations:
If the Board has reasonable cause to believe that an insider of the Organization has failed to disclose
actual or possible conflicts of interest, including those arising from a transaction with a related
interested person, it shall inform such insider of the basis for this belief and afford the insider an
opportunity to explain the alleged failure to disclose. If, after hearing the insider’s response and making
further investigation as warranted by the circumstances, the Board determines that the insider has
failed to disclose an actual or possible conflict of interest, the Board shall take appropriate disciplinary
and corrective action.

8. Annual Reviews:
To ensure that the Organization operates in a manner consistent with its status as an organization
exempt from federal income tax, the Board shall authorize and oversee an annual review of the
administration of this conflict of interest policy. The review may be written or oral. The review shall
consider the level of compliance with the policy, the continuing suitability of the policy, and whether the
policy should be modified and improved.

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