The Family Connection Foundation was founded on a strong culture of partnership and it is something that we have worked hard to maintain since our inception in 2006.
Project Partnerships With Third Parties
Projects reserve the right to strategic alliances or other arrangements with third parties, subject to those alliances or arrangements not creating any material risk of damaging FCF’s reputation or conflicting with the principles and values prescribed by FCF's Core Distinctives or Policies.
Project will inform FCF (firstname.lastname@example.org) with reasonable warning time of any such agreements prior to formalizing them either verbally or in writing.
Project agrees to uphold the critical feedback and decisions regarding partnership and agreements.
While FCF desires to be of assistance to other organizations and agencies on a common mission to bring Gospel hope to Thailand, we must strategically focus on assisting organizations that have common legal convictions. This means that FCF will focus its consulting and other resources to assist other organizations and agencies that are actively demonstrating legal compliance or actively engaged in establishing legal compliance. In the event that assistance is requested and neither legal compliance or active engagement in establishing legal compliance can be clearly established, FCF staff may politely decline the request. If further clarification is needed, then this clarification should come from the president of the foundation.
FCF reserves the right to give critical feedback and, if necessary, prohibit any such alliances that it deems are outside the character or purpose of the organization, damaging to FCF’s reputation, or in conflict with the principles and values prescribed FCF's Core Distinctives or Policies.