HAPI Membership Guidelines: How to become a Legitimate Member

Posted by admin | Posted on May 18, 2016
 

The HAPI – Humanist Alliance Philippines, International Code of Conduct
Our Principles of Ethics and Integrity is designed to promote and support shared values: integrity, honesty, trust, compassion, love, kindness, innovation and respect for diversity. Each of us, regardless of our position and responsibilities as volunteers, play a vital role in promoting and sustaining our values and the highest standards of ethical conduct in all we do.

Membership Requirements and Benefits:

> agree to the HAPI code of conduct .
>privilege to socialize with the HAPI community
>privilege and acknowledgement to be in the HAPI Donor Circle (Diamond/ Tier 5 members)
> 10% discount for the convention, and HAPI merchandise : pins, button, patches, mugs
> discount for HAPI shirts (depending on style – c/o Nurse Jay)
> allowed to contribute articles for the website
> free admission / entrance to the 3 HAPI libraries and may borrow books anytime
> may count volunteering hours for extracurricular activities in school
> HAPI certificate of being a bonafide member of HAPI signed by the ED and Chairperson.
> HAPI ID which is exclusive only to HAPI members. (Where applicable)
 
** HAPI reserves the right to return donations/membership fees to unscrupulous persons.**
Annual Donation/ membership fees/ benefits:
** Diamond Lifetime Membership – One time DONATION of $ 500 USD or more : Free square pin, button pin, patch , HAPI Shirt and free ID, picture on the website.
Tier 5 membership – Donation of 100 USD or more : 5k PHP : free square pin, button pin and patch , Free HAPI ID
Tier 4 membership – Donation of 50 USD : 2k PHP: free HAPI square pin, Free HAPI ID
Tier 3 membership – Donation of 10 dollars : 500 PHP : free button pin plus 150 pesos for HAPI ID
Tier 2 membership – for students only : 200 PHP plus 150 pesos for HAPI ID
(Will need to submit an official school ID with payment)
Tier 1 membership – Volunteers / Officers – Free plus 150 pesos for HAPI ID
Specifications for Tier 1 – Need to comply at least TWO of the following:
> Regular attendance of monthly events in local chapters
> Active online Admins/ editors of community pages
> Active volunteering in special events : convention, GA
> Donation of goods or anything in kind yearly
Payment details:
Send scanned bank receipt to info@hapihumanist.org cc to donpaez@hapihumanist.org and alexwisner@hapihumanist.org
Account number: 006083-3810-41
BPI Family Savings Bank Or go to any BPI Family Savings Bank
Account Name: Humanist Alliance Philippines International, Inc.
For Local Bank Transactions:1.1. No Service charge transferring from other Banks1.2. Cash and Cheque deposits should be with the same BPI Family Savings Bank.International Service charge :150Php plus Documentary Stamp of .30cents for every 200Php. Swift Code : BOPIPHMM
HAPI Paypal – simply click the yellow donate button on the right side of this page please, or send funds via our email : HAPIDONATE@gmail.com

Sample HAPI ID

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