Corporations across the country support the Society mission through sponsorship and underwritting, corporate gifts, employee matching programs and volunteerism grants, in-kind contributions, and more. Please see 990 for full information.CLICK HERE FOR HDSA’s 990
HDSA Conflict of Interest Policy
Huntington’s Disease Society of America (HDSA) is a nonprofit, tax-exempt organization. Maintenance of its tax-exempt status is important both for its continued financial stability and for public support. Therefore, the IRS as well as state regulatory and tax officials view the operation of HDSA as a public trust, which is subject to scrutiny by and accountable to such governmental authorities as well as to members of the public.
Consequently, there exists between HDSA and its board, officers, and management employees and the public a fiduciary duty, which carries with it a broad and unbending duty of loyalty and fidelity. The board, officers, and management employees have the responsibility of administering the affairs of HDSA honestly and prudently, and of exercising their best care, skill, and judgment for the sole benefit of HDSA. Those persons shall exercise the utmost good faith in all transactions involved in their duties, and they shall not use their position with HDSA or knowledge gained there from for their personal benefit. The interests of the organization must be the first priority in all decisions and actions.CLICK HERE FOR HDSA’s CONFLICT OF INTEREST POLICY
HDSA Whistle Blower Policy
The Whistleblower Policy ensures Huntington’s Disease Society of America’s Board of Trustee members, directors, officers, employees and volunteers provide high standards of business and personal ethics in the conduct of their duties and responsibilities. All employees and representatives of HDSA must practice honesty and integrity in fulfilling their responsibilities and comply with all applicable laws and regulations.CLICK HERE FOR HDSA’s WHISTLE BLOWER POLICY