When you join WeHaveAFace.org, you will be joining an international team of incredible people. WeHaveAFace.org was founded in 2009, and since then, we have grown into a loving family. Our aim is to broaden awareness of Huntington's and Juvenile Huntington's disease - globally. With your help, we can reach the world! WeHaveAFace.org is the premier multimedia organization for HD and JHD. All Regional Advocates will have the opportunity to work on various programs and events to better the lives of our community and receive all the necessary supports via WeHaveAFace.org headquarters. Together we can move mountains!
As Regional Advocates, we are responsible for adding value to the Huntington’s and Juvenile Huntington’s disease community in which we serve. We must always be professional and accountable for our decisions and actions within our advocacy mission: social media, messaging, and in-person or video communications.
Adhere to the highest standards of ethical and professional behavior.
Comply with the law(s) within all countries where you will advocate.
Treat people with dignity, respect, and compassion to foster a trusting work environment free of harassment, intimidation, and unlawful discrimination. Be ethical; act ethically in every interaction.
Respect the uniqueness and fundamental worth of every individual.
Communicate all concerns regarding WeHaveAFace.org via the appropriate fashion: Notify the Board of Directors via email: Info@WeHaveAFace.org.
*Regional Advocates will receive a WeHaveAFace Facebook banner to use on their personal page.
*Regional Advocates will have a Facebook group created for their state to support patients and caregivers in that region.
*Regional Advocates and all who work at WeHaveAFace.org are unpaid volunteers.
*Regional Advocates are reviewed after a sixty (60) day period and will be notified via email that they may or may not continue to be a part of the Regional Advocate Program. Regional Advocates can decide to remove themselves from this volunteer position at any time.