OUR CORE VALUES
The Links, Incorporated is an organization of firiends. Supportive, friendly relationships continue to be the ultimate core value of the organization. We interact as friends, value and nurture each other, and appreciatiate shared values.
Our rich history creates the foundation for our evolving organization. Through the celebration of history, we honor and pay respect to our Founders, the first "Links Club," the pioneers and visionaries for our organization.
The Links, Incorporated not only recognizes the importance of family, but encourages and supports family relationships as reflected in the involment of Connecting Links and Heir-O-Links.
The intricate ties that The Links, Incorporated has within the community, as well as the nonprofit status our organization enjoys, call for us to value confidentiality and the non-disclosure of priveleged and confidential information to unauthorized individuals. We shall recognize the value of confidentiality in matters that rely upon it.
A courageous person embraces new ideas, creates innovative approches to perennial and emerging problems, and participates in exploring uncharted territories. We will be courageous in our service programming.
Service is the time, effort and resources expended by the members of The Links, Incorporated to develop and implement innovative programs designed to meet the ongoing challenges faced by the communities we serve. We are committed to the performance of service because service is the very heart of Linkdom.
In recognition that each member of The Links, Incorporated brings value to our organization, we uphold the value of respect. Each member has a background and varied life experiences that are unique. We shall respect our differences and opinions in order to further the mission of our organization.
Truth lies at the heart of friendship and creates the foundation upon which trust and accountability are built.
A person with integrity is principled and honorable. We will operate with integrity as we fulfill our commitment to the community and build mutual trust and respect.
A responsible person fulfills commiments. A person who is accountable accepts responsibility for decisions. In our execution of programs dealing with the public, and in the development of our friendships. We shall exercise responsible stewardship, especially when public funds are being utilized.