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While you are engaged in activities with HSSA and after your volunteer service with HSSA, you are required to keep confidential and not disclose any trade secret, financial information, strategies, client lists, donor information, marketing techniques, innovations, discoveries, or inventions that arise from or in connection with HSSA and /or its business in which you have direct or indirect knowledge, regardless of how such knowledge was obtained (“Confidential Information”). Confidential Information does not include: (1) information that was generally available to the public at the time of disclosure; (2) information that later becomes publicly known other than through your actions; or (3) information that was already known to you before you learned it from or through your relationship with HSSA.

Confidential Information

Volunteers may not disclose Confidential Information about the property or affairs of the organization, or use Confidential Information to advance personal or others’ interests. Volunteers may not divulge Confidential Information about HSSA employees or other volunteers without their written consent.

I understand that breach of this agreement will result in termination of my volunteer status with HSSA.