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Policies

Margaret A. Cargill Philanthropies (MACP) is committed to upholding the highest legal and ethical standards.

Our employees, board members, and committee members all affirm our Code of Conduct policy upon joining the organization and annually thereafter.

Code of Conduct Policy

Employees, board members, and committee members are also required to disclose other affiliations so that MACP can prevent conflicts of interest in our work. We take our commitment to be good stewards of our resources seriously and follow rules to prevent individuals from using MACP’s resources to benefit themselves personally. Employees, board members, and committee members are required to disclose affiliations when they join the organization, during an annual renewal process, and any other time affiliations may arise.

Conflict of Interest Policy

Online privacy is important to us at MACP. You can read more about our privacy policy for this website below.

Privacy Policy