A Word From HAPI Leadership

Posted by Dwengster | Posted on September 28, 2019

Be careful of individuals who want to enter HAPI and make friends with everyone but has no intention of becoming an official member of HAPI.

More so, individuals who would usurp HAPI members so they can organize events on their own without even tagging or mentioning HAPI.

HAPI is a brand. HAPI is a SEC-registered organization.

We ADMINS and the Leadership Group will remove and weed out any people we feel are just using our organization for their own advancement.

AGAIN, just because you are a part of our Facebook Group does not mean you are an official member of HAPI.

To be a de facto member, you have to register yourself with us, get your info in our database of members, be interviewed by any officially sanctioned member to conduct the interview, and attend/participate official HAPI events either by being physically present in these events or becoming one of the donors to these events.

HAPI is not a fly-by-night organization. We are a duly-registered, internationally affiliated and recognized entity with members working hard since 2013 to pave the way for all of us humanists in the Philippines and in other countries where Filipinos have a very palpable presence.

By-passing HAPI is an affront and would merit harsh consequences, one of which is banning from accessing all our hard-earned resources and skills-sharing expertise.

THE HAPI LEADERSHIP

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